8. Feverish Green Arrow Molested By Shado
Molestation has had impact in numerous dubious storylines throughout the years. We will see various sections on this rundown that used Molestation as a key plot point. Before the New 52, Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow was an altogether different character. She was more established, more shrewd, and a safeguard of civil equality. Ollie had a long and ignoble past with the ninja professional killer known as Shado. Apparently, he was raised by the Yakuza and assumed anmajor role in the Mike Grell-period of the Green Arrow series.
Green Arrow was injured, feverish and experiencing mind flights and fancies while Shado looked after him. Amid this time, Shado prompted a sexual encounter with Ollie, who in his haziness believed that he was bedding Dinah Lance AKA Black Canary. Ollie would get to know about this years after when Shado would appear with his child Robert, and afterward disallow him from being included in the kid’s life.
This show of molestation was questionable for some reasons; predominantly because of the absence of the character of Shado. The main character demonstrating any type of shock was Black Canary, who was as annoyed with Ollie as she was Shado. Fans and different authors denounced the act, but forgave quickly. This is lamentably the case with numerous comic book stories that include the molestation of a male character. Batman was in a similar circumstance with Talia al Ghul, which brought about the birth of Damian Wayne.
7. Ultimate Quicksilver And Scarlet Witch’s Incestuous Relationship
Ultimate universe got to be known as a line where anything could occur, deaths mattered and makers were allowed to explore the characters anyway they desired. This prompted Jeph Loeb’s run on The Ultimates 3. This took the brother-sister relationship of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, who had dependably been close in the 616 standard universe, to such a great level that it killed many fans.
Amid Ultimates 3, we learn that Pietro and Wanda were kin who not only adored one another but were also enamoured with one another. This forbidden relationship had many of the individuals from the Avengers taken by shock, particularly Captain America. While the characters had been used every now and again as a part of the Ultimate universe up until this point, Loeb added parts to their backstory to offer the familial lust as well as set up his Ultimatum storyline by Wanda being killed, thereby leaving a vindictive Magneto to wreak ruin on the Ultimate’s universe.