I was wondering the other day, with all the futuristic technolgy they have in the marvel U alone, from aliens to tony stark, they should have some pretty wicked appliances for everyday people not necessarily a flying car because some might argue that it would be so expensive to procure or to produce, but I haven't really seen any evidence(maybe you have) that the everyday man has benifited in any way from all these wonderous new inventions. It just doesn't make any sense to me but then again I might have overlooked something you haven't in which case please enlighten me.
Tyler Starke said:I would assume that tech would be extremely expensive.Regular Cars are expensive.It's possible the comic companies are trying to be realistic.
@Sovereign Vance: why is that silly, I mean most of the citizens have the same boring technolgy we have in ... [more]
Tyler Starke said:What?
@Sovereign Vance: but then you're saying the millionaires we do know in comics are super heroes or villians [more]
Tyler Starke said:
forget the big expensive tech, there isn't even minor improvments in everyday civilian life, with technolgy in their world, that ... [more]
I think it's smarter to keep Civilian life as is.It ruins the fantasy that any of this crap could actually happen or the Earth-616 is the real world.Our world.
Tyler Starke said:No i'm not kidding you.If the normal everyday tech in comics advanced above ours..how would the be more realistic? Most of the tech that his been made in comics has been for special use only.Iron Man isn't going to pass out suits,Pym isn't going to sell Pym pockets.Iron Man sells his tech because that's his business but only to shield and the military.There is no point of going further than that.Most superhero\villain tech is made on a "mission basis".
@Sovereign Vance: are you freakin kidding me, if anything it would add realism if normal citizens were affected by the ... [more]
Tyler Starke said:Whatever the website is probably only listed superheroes because nobody cares about civilian millionaires in comics.
@Sovereign Vance: oh and by the way, I just found a website that listed the vast majority of millionaries in ... [more]
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