I like consistency in characters, stories, and universes...
So, it goes without saying that I have to accept many of the things in the comic universe that just don't...fit...or make sense. But at some point, shouldn't there really be an editor who reads a story before it's accepted for publication and says, "No, you can't print this story; it doesn't fit... or, it doesn't make sense... or, it's just plain stupid..."
For example. Here's a scene from x-men legacy 267 in which some Avengers are fighting some of the X-Men at the Jean Grey school. Btw, there was a REALLY good reason for the fight. Frenzy called Moon knight crazy, so he attacked her... How dare anyone call Moon Knight crazy?! I just bet his Wolverine split personality wanted to KILL Frenzy for that insult. Anyway, the scene clearly shows Kitty Pryde phasing through Iron Man's suit and him CLEARLY stating that he has counter measures against just that sort of thing...
Okay, so what's the problem? If we can accept that Tony Stark can build metallic suits with electrical circuits that the Master of Magnetism can't affect, it's VERY easy to accept that he has counter measures to Kitty's phasing ability. In fact, he even has a suit that can phase. So what's the problem?
Well, only weeks later, in the new A+X (002), Tony Stark seems to have COMPLETELY FORGOTTEN that Kitty's phasing power affects electrical circuits.
Shouldn't there be SOMEONE at Marvel who finds that odd??????????
Okay, so what else? Well, most of us remember Peter Parker outing himself during Marvel Civil War. And we know that everyone was made to forget courtesy of Dr. Strange, Reed Richards, and Tony Stark.... So, what's the problem? Well, now everyone just seems to know... No explanation, no exposition, no nada... '
Well, okay, there was a little blurb at the end of Spider Island where Dr. Strange explains that the spell was weakened... But that's IT??? Not even a nervous, Peter Parker saying, "Hey, everyone seems to remember my secret identity!" And why isn't he worried that the rest of the world will start remembering who he is? Shouldn't a Marvel editor SOMEWHERE think, "Hey, we really should explain this..."
Oh, and speaking that that scene from The Amazing Spider-Man 689... How about that new pacifist, 'Never kill anyone except Hope' Wolverine?
Seriously? NOONE at Marvel thought, "Hey...You know...Having the pacifist peace loving never kill anyone version of Wolverine tell Spider-Man, "It's okay to kill a brooken and dying old man," is sort of...not right.....
Do the writers at Marvel not bother reading each others work? Do they not have meetings to discuss things? at all? Seriously??? These are only a few examples. Am I just expecting too much?