I'm confused. You wanted to bring all the X-Men titles together, but split these Avengers issues from the regular title?
You should be confussed if you can't look at book and see 1/2
of it's NOT
an Avengers story, has it's own distinct cover and has an indica that emphasizes that point. The point appears settled here. Rules were installed at the beginning that didn't forsee every eventuality that could arise or the harm they would cause and can never ever be changed. Think of it kinda like when our forefathers made that Constitution thing. They got it right the first time and left no way to make changes down the road when needed.
Wait a minute, maybe they did leave a way for Amendments to the thing to take place.
If so then maybe since this is election season maybe beating the stump a little for a few common sense reforms isn't that far fetched.
If not now then we keep lobbying over and over and over again until they do.
If you're a Giant-Man fan, and want Giant-Man appearances......then you'll do a Giant-Man character search in the library
I don't rule that out at some point down the road but settling for digging through what I would hope would be an extremely huge list of every book he ever appeared in after learning how to do a "character" search isn't the same thing as a quick search in the bar on the left of every page, not just the library, of actual titles availible for sale right now that his name appears in and so far there appears to be only one title his name appears in that's in comic form since his introduction in November of 1963, it's just ignored here.
While we're talking flexible rule filing systems, anyone know where these titles are?
The Amazing Spider-man; Managing Materials
The Amazing Spider-man VS Dr. Octopus
Hint, one's the title on the cover, the other's the title the indica uses and it only took me two tries on two seperate days to stumble across where it's filed.