I'm primarily a DC fan, but I grew up watching both Marvel and DC so I'm cool with 'em both. I have a question though.
S.H.I.E.L.D is located in New York, correct?
The Avengers are located in New York, correct?
So are Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four and a few other heroes who I either don't know or just can't place a finger on at the moment. With all those heroes being in the same city, why is it that they don't help each other? Possibly a hole in the Marvel story or something the writers never thought about. OR I just don't read the comics and don't see it happen. That also prompts me to ask where was Spider-Man in the Avengers movie. I know it wasn't about him, but it IS his city too, so he should've been there to help. (and I know the movie wasn't suppose to involve him but ya know it would've made it more interesting... even if they added some reference to him or cameo).
This also baffles me... Mutants. Mutants. Mutants <--- lol not a typo :P but anywho, Last time I checked, not 100% positive about it but, mutants are suppose to be everywhere on Earth throughout the Marvel Universe, right? If this is so, there is never a mention or appearance of a mutant in any Marvel stories other than the X-Men. I mean if they are supposed to be everywhere, they should be seen in every city even if they just find out about their powers. It'd make it alot more interesting if Marvel actually thought about all that... if it's true.
I don't know. Enlighten me if I'm wrong, but if I'm not, Marvel needs to step up