I KNOW but I’m a bit disappointed because I looked it up and
“The first Avenger meets the last Avenger…and the Avengers World crumbles.” is actually in A34 not A33 so that dashes my hopes of Steve meeting
Tony the last Avenger this issue.
C’MON TONY WOULD MAKE SO MUCH SENSE FOR STEVE TO MEET AT THE END FROM A TOTALLY OBJECTIVE VIEWPOINT
Ah yeah. It IS fun thinking about it sometimes, buuut I do think it makes people two-dimensional. I’m not a fan of labelling people, at all. Labels never do actual people justice.
I do get that it’s fun and even more than that, it can be important or empowering to people to better understand themselves. Knowing yourself is hard! And can be a source of stress for many people, especially if you don’t fit into commonly accepted societal standards. But…people are complex. It’s not that easy, and moreover, it’s one thing to label yourself but another thing to define yourself and your actions and thoughts and everything based on those. I agree with you there, that the whole-is-greater-than-sum-of-its-parts-etc-etc and rigid labeling can be a disservice to the actual person
That’s one of the worst things about the Myers-Brigg, that it doesn’t account that there are degrees to personality and just puts people in black-white boxes :/
Also Myers-Brigg especially annoys the fuck out of me because it’s not commonly thought of as bullshit which it totally is. Like, complete honest bullshit: “I think I’m just going to make up some personality types because that is what I believe the world is like. Wtf do you mean statistics. Math??? Proving my claims are actually valid????? Ew get that stuff away from me”