You're exaggerating the amount of events they do drastically. They don't have events 24/7, they have 1-2 a year (which of course you could still argue is too much). I don't really get bothered by the relaunches either
I'm not saying I don't like events, it's just there's too much events. I just want Marvel to slow down a little bit. You know what I mean?
Understand, that these are opinions and point of view.
Folks, I love Marvel, for reasons they have characters and stories that step out the stereotype of superhero status quo. That is what I grow fond of. Unfortunately as of lately, Marvel done things that are a bit unnecessary. Here's what I mean.
They have events every single month/week/day through out the hours. I feel it's a bit too much(and I know I'm not the only one out there who thinks this.).
After their events concluded, they relaunched their entire series and adding again and again every year. either with comics relating to Avengers, X-Men, Wolverine, or some solo series that don't even get pass issue 27.
These are the two problems I can come up with for now.
In conclusion, I suggest that Marvel should
Limit the events/crossovers to a minimum of 1 or 3.
Take a hiatus from events for at least 1 to 2 years. So we can take a breather.
Focus more on solo/team storylines/series.
Limit the amount of X-Men/Avengers series somewhat of a medium.
Note: I'm not mad at Marvel, I just want them to gain some ounce of balance. Besides, do you remember the Fear Itself crossover event?................Exactly
@jack_donaghy: What you explained happens because Batman's feats of intelligence and danger he presents are pressed more by his fans. Neither is overpowered, but the hype some like to give Batman's feats gets him the reputation of being overpowered at times.