Re: Avengers Vs. X-Men
I have all three of the Avengers v. X-Men crossover events and they are all bad in the SyFy Original kinda way. Even in the most recent iteration, everybody acted way out of character: Cap beat up teenage mutants, Cyclops became okay with genocide, as long as it did not happen to mutants, and the list of character deviations goes on and on.
Originally Posted by Mask&Cape
In regards to the Avengers movie franchise, I wouldn't want a crossover
In the comics, I have never understood the concept of X-Men existing in the same world as the Avengers and other non-mutant heroes
By this I mean, mutants are outcasts, feared and hated because they are different to regular humans and hunted by authorities.
Yet, people celebrate the Fantastic 4 (true they developed powers a different way) and other heroes
Is Spider-Man hunted with such distrust?
Why don't the Avengers or S.H.I.E.L.D. speck out in their support?
Or do they?
Spider-Man did register with SHIELD. In comparison to the mutants, Spider-Man never leveled a building with his powers...nor could he, if he tried.
"Johnny Storm's a good-hearted kid, sure, but he has the attention span of a toaster, and he leads with his face; in Johnny's undisciplined mind, there's only a single synapse between thinking and doing. The Avengers' battle cry is "Avengers Assemble"; the Fantastic Four's is "Johnny, WAIT!"----Mark Waid