I agree with you on Loki--he definitely is a heavy Fe user. Didn't see it before.
I now type Loki either ENFJ or INFJ.
I wouldn't take the "...I'm always angry" quote literally.Bruce Banner is an INFJ. He's angry all the time. Seriously.
I saw it as his round-about way of saying that in exile he has learned to accept his volatile emotional state, managed to channel it into a constructive means while simultaneously allowing it to simmer beneath the surface.
Ti-doms are also notorious for exploding with sporadic rage under stressful situations.
To counter this--to control it--Banner has extensively developed his inferior Fe.
No--that's because they're both ISTPs. It's like locking a King Kong and a T-Rex in a steel cage.Hawk-eye is ALSO an ENFJ, a 3 which makes him harder to scratch. He mirrors Black Widow who is ISTP. That's why them beating the crap out of each other was so hot and evenly matched.
You'll get yourself a show. No talking--just spontaneous and violent ass-kicking galore.
Absolutely. Iron Man from the comics isn't even likable, really.Iron Man, in the actual comic, is an ENTJ. On screen, the character is ENTP, simply because tertiary Fe is so appealing. The comic book character is urbane and difficult to relate to, so they made the wise choice to cast RDJ.
My Man Thor has the trademark SP rage down pat (see the beginning of Thor).Thor, again, is NOT ESTP in the comic book. He's an ISTJ. I still say he was playing it SJ, possibly ESTJ. Thor could pass as ESTx, at any rate.
He also desires action over social order (see the sly smirk during his fight with Hulk in the hangar).