@jhazzroucher: I don't think it is out of character at all. I also think blaming the writer's is a cop out. Storm and Black Panther are two very strong-willed characters.Storm did what she thought was right by siding with the Phoenix Five. Do I think that was the wrong decision, yes. When has the Phoenix Power ever worked out for anyone? That's just all bad. She knows this. I like to think though that maybe she was sticking it out to maybe sway Cyclops/ Phoenix Five to continue to help the world? However, and this goes back to her being strong-willed; when the entire cast of the Avengers gets their asses handed to them by the Phoenix Five; if you really still feel that you can sway that kind of power, then that is an Over-Inflated Ego not intelligence or wisdom. She should have back down many, many times and went back to the Avengers and her Husband, but Pride and Ego kept her on the side of wrong. I can respect that she did what she thought was right, but even making the Right Decision has consequences, her marriage to Black Panther being annulled is a consequence that could have easily been forseen. Black Panther traditionally puts Wakanda above all else. Annulling the marriage to Storm is exactly in his character to do. She betrayed Wakanda and she betrayed him, and she even betrayed herself. I don't think this is bad storytelling or bad writing I think this is spot-on.Obviously this is all opinion based. Maybe I am a chauvinist or something I don't, but Black Panther's response seems pretty damn logical to me.