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and there's the other main comic one
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ACEnBEAKY Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
I see your point but I could also make the argument of Spidy and Capt'n switchin' spots. That being said, I would love to see somebody do a 5 by 5 chart of Marvel, Video game characters, maybe DC. There's so many gray areas with these characters. Like I would put Deadpool Chaotic Impure.
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gambit508 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
Yeah, unfortunately I'm not familiar with the 5 by 5 chart.

As for Spidey's and Cap's placements.    Cap has on two separate occasions given up his name because he didn't agree with the goverment, he helps people regardless of any law.  He just happens to work with the law on occasion.   Meanwhile Spidey has a tendecy to seek out the help of law forces whenever he can, the only problem is he has terrible publicity.   
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Spider-Bat700 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013
Fairly accurate and on point with the exceptions that Punisher is more Chaotic than Lawful and Galactus is evil by virtue of extinguishing countless lives out of a selfish sense of self-preservation. That's Neutral Evil. 
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gambit508 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
How is someone who follows a strict personal code and refuses to fight law forces chaotic?

Galactus doesn't kill out of a selfish sense of self-preservation, he does it because he has to survive.  He keeps his word and is willing to allow beings to escape doomed planets and will leave them alone if they don't personally attack him.  He shows disgust at those who cause pointless destruction and will personally do something if they're connected to him.    In fact he only started focusing on inhabited worlds because the hunger became too strong for him to take time to find them.    
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Spider-Bat700 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
His wanting to survive becomes selfish-self preservation when he decides that billions of lives are worthless if he can keep himself sustained. And where has Galactus displayed a willingness to give inhabitants time to escape a planet? Because I've never seen him do that.

Punisher is Chaotic because while he may not fight police, he does have total contempt for authority and works outside of it, being a killer vigilante who takes matters into his own hands even more than most superheroes do.  He does have a moral code, but chaotic characters can have a code. It just doesn't involve respecting authority. And the Punisher does not respect authority beyond a basic moral standard.
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Trepanist Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
interesting idea
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