Ive always been more of a DC fanboy, but was always into the X-Men, Spider-Man, DD and recently started reading Hulk (Thanks to Comicvine and enjoying it too), but ive never read them as frequantly as i would have Batman, GL or Nightwing, so im not at all as informed in the Marvel superstars as i could be... Still heres the thing:
I know that the Marvel universe is connected, the writers try most of the time to have their stories in the same continuity but thats where it gets messed up for me.
We all know that mutants in the Marvel universe are.... well unliked by most of the average population and government, which in it self is fine, it makes some cool storylines and overrall makes the mutants cooler, all odds against them, ya know. But... i remember reading this collection of X-Men stories and in one of them there is this problem at a military base, so these military guys are informed that help is on its way, now in response to this one of the soldiers ask if its the Fantastic 4 but is told that its the X-Men which he responses to with something like ''Those mutant freaks?!''
So just summoned up, a one and a half ton ugly rock man, a dude without bones and a guy whos on fire all from a sunburn in space is acceptable but a guy who heals very quick, a woman who controls weather and a guy who teleports all from genetic mutations should just be put in a concentration camp? I just dont buy it... can anyone explain further, is it just supposed to be comic logic?