On the whole? No. It’s the one thing that I’ve become bored rigid by in superheroes and Marvel seems to have forgotten the very idea that there can even be super-villains.
It was arguably the biggest weakness in HIckman’s big Avengers run - that Cap had to be mindwiped because he apparently truly believed his friends were evil bastards! It didn’t track that at no point in that whole exchange in New Avengers #3, no one said: ‘You really think so little of us and then say you know us and call us friends? Screw you Rogers.’ Cap seems off in Hickman’s run but I’m not convinced that’s entirely Hickman’s doing.
Similarly, Civil War sets up rogue superheroes not as a menace to society, but the menace. Thus, if it’s a choice between dealing with a murderer or capturing an unregistered superhero, regardless of what they are doing, the hero capture takes priority. Bollocks to that.
That, after all this kind of punch-ups and betrayals, everyone then decides to get along also doesn’t fly for me. There needs to be a sense of consequence to these actions, it should be:
‘hey, buddy, I know I punched you through a wall or three a couple of days back, but how about a peace offering of a beer?’
The response should be:
‘A beer huh? Yeah, I’ll give you a beer, I’ll ram the broken bottle up your arse you piece o’ crap. Now bugger off’.