Most righteous heroes would not kill any villain no matter what so the possible threat won't affect their decision, but let's say other heroes who are darker or more serious might end up whacking off every small threat , but that'd be the better idea to kill bad guys but then there'd be no awesome fight scenes where hero almosts dies and a universe where evil is killed in its infancy would not be our universe.
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Yes, it drastically changes the mood and feel of the comic, no matter how dark or twisted it gets the reader always know the hero will come out on top however i would love more diversity among the victories between good vs evil because in honesty evil does win, a lot. Alas the general population isn't smart or interesting enough to Want diversity, all they want is good beats evil every time. It's a shame that comics are this way but thats how it is....
It's an appropriate color for what it does to your body, mountain dew is green too, also on a side note orange Fanta is actually the worst soda for you out of them all, my High school teacher was once a high paid worker for a soda company. The more you know the longer you live... or something. =]