Okay, so the current line at The Thing That Used To Be Marvel is that Peter Parker is around 30 years old, right? And the current line about Iron Man is that Tony Stark (who was probably in his mid-to-late 30s in his very first appearance in Tales of Suspenses) is supposedly in his late 20s today, right? HUH? So, lemme get this straight...Iron Man is younger than Spider-Man...and a 30-year-old Spider-Man somehow needs "mentor"? And one who is younger than him? (Y'see, this is where "growth and change and aging" in comics really falls apart. When a moronic creative team decides that Spider-Man should suddenly be 30 and get married, there's no thought as to how all the other characters must also age as a result. So, in theory, Reed Richards should now be in his 50s, Captain America should be 40-ish, and the original X-Men should be in their mid-to-late 30s). UGH. This is exactly what happened at DC. For example, Robin (Dick Grayson, who was 8-10 years old for around 30 years, real time) suddenly aged to 18 in the 1960s, and yet Batman did not age a day (Dick is currently in his 20s--maybe even 30s--, and Batman has still not aged a day).