To start off you so called "comic book fans" don't like ANYTHING out of the ordinary. Boy, I can't imagine how much people complained when Justice League first apperared. To start off, Avengers dissassembled obviously. But didn't Marvel comics seem, empty without them? Thats how it felt for me. When I saw the new team I was excited they brought back some old faces and new. There were also popular characters such as Spiderman and Wolverine. I always loved team-ups between those two, and then I see them on the same team. "OH, but they just did it for money!" Well, here is my question to you. Why put someone who is not popular? Why not put someone like 3-D man? "Who?" Exactly. Then we look at Justice League, putting someone like Batman. "Batman on a team!? Hes a loner!" But they made it work. So give them time. We also have Ironman and Captain America. Two former Old Avengers. Ok, they are old so according to you guys thats good. Then we have Luke Cage and Spiderwoman. Spiderwoman, a S.H.I.E.L.D agent. Avengers like to work-aside with big organizations, so why not tie it together with a semi-popular character? Then we see a not so known guy, Luke Cage. Hes pretty cool and bring a new aspect to the team. And marvel didn't do what DC did, bring the top most 7 characters and put them on one team. Yet, when DC did it, it became popular. But when Marvel adds one popular person you guys go beserk. But then you guys will say "Spiderman doesn't fit on teams!" Well, actually, everytime he is teamed up with people he is either the leader or works very well with them (unless its someone like the Punisher). So all I am saying is stop complaining and just enjoy the comic. Its not your dream-team, so what? I'm sure there is at least on person on the team you like.