@tigerkaya: I happen to be a fan of both Xmen and Avengers. I've always hated it when Marvel tries to elevate one over the other. The Onslaught/ Heroes reborn thing was ridiculous. As was AVX and most of the rest of the amalgamated junk we got with them. In fact the only thing I would have wanted different was Civil War which could have combined them in a profound way to tell the story.
The idea of the Xmen being in a separate universe like what you mentioned about the heroes reborn thing actually doesn't sound terrible to me.
But really no need to insult x-fans. I mean your rants sound like you're a little butthurt hypocritical twat. As a fan of Marvel I'd prefer it if they did nothing to alienate Xmen fans, Fantastic Four fans, Avengers fans, or Spiderman fans since losing all of one group (Spiderman, Avengers, Xmen) could hurt Marvel altogether. They can coexist but some of these stupid writers who are in love with making heroes fight each other don't have the sense or the foresight to make that happen.And that goes for both groups. The Xmen hardly have any villains anymore and they are just busy fighting each other. The Avengers are doing the same thing. Overall that whole approach is tired and stupid. What they are doing with the Xmen is ridiculous but equally ridiculous in my opinion is what's been done to Captain America in changing him, Ironman is done wrong all the time, and a female Thor as if its a title and not the actual name is beyond stupid. And let's not mention the FF. Its really a rough time all around for Marvel fans. So really instead of lobbing insults at each other we should be trying to do something about Brevoort and his minions