I'm curious to how law would have to be reformed in the event of mutants or supers ever rising up and becoming some kind of common thing. We all know the kind of crimes supers could commit but what about the excuses? I mean even normal humans could use some of these: -I was under mind control (You could blame a notorious telekinetic villain, a villain with mind control technology, etc...And because they're a highly powerful villain, everyone would already know of their abilities.) - I lost control of my powers. -I was possessed. -I didn't steal it, I just found it back at my house/apartment and kept it. -I was framed by a mutant who can copy finger prints(Can't Mystique do that?). - It wasn't me but a mutant who can mimic apperances (another crime you could blame on mystique or someone like her) - I killed him/her in self defense, I thought they were going to attack me with mutant/super powers. Also, technically aren't there more villains than heroes (at least in Marvel anyway)? Cause for every one hero, they have a rogue's gallery of at LEAST 12 villains. So there would constantly need to be larger prisons. And who would pay for villain damages? Tax payers couldn't afford it. Tax would be like 2 dollars for every dollar spent. The government would have to make all heroes show their faces. So that if they cause property damage, then they would be billed. Police would also begin to fire first and ask questions later. What do you think?