Just a quick question.....why were the people of NYC so happy to accept Spiderman? Would they not assume he was a mutant and be wary? Has there ever been a storyline addressing that?
Also, there has been some talk about which universe, Marvel or DC is more realistic. I always thought it was DC...having things like the speedforce and magic be additional forces of nature, and having heroes get their powers from being alien beings with a different physiology seemed much more realistic than just putting the mutant label on people who can have whatever power they want, or getting a superpower from radiation like the hulk.
My last question is something I'm editing in to address something Corey said in response to a previous question. So about a month ago from when you guys get this, you answered a question I asked about Batman killing on film. Corey was of the opinion that the Nolan Batman at least had not killed on film.
I don't understand why that is. Ra's was on the train, putting his plan into action, not at all suicidal. Batman comes on, deliberately and willfully sabotages the train controls and then leaves, knowing Ra's cannot. Batman was responsible for the situation that led to Ra's death. Here is a link to the relevant clip from Batman Begins, with the sabotage happening around 35 seconds in. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGBuvSRIeuo
There is also a clip of Batman tying joker to a a gargoyle and him falling to his death https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdeMD5W51s4&feature=fvwp&NR=1
and in related videos you can see joker vs batwing where he guns down goons.
Thanks guys and have a great weekend!