X-Men shunned, Avengers and Fantastic Four cherished. My thought on that.
Note: This is my way of trying to understand about mutants and non mutants in Marvel, so no political comments
As anyone who's read X-Men will know, the X-Title would largely cover the theme of racism. Yet in that same universe, most heroes who have gain their powers through other means (as opposed to being born with them). That's probably the one of the biggest confusions in the Marvel Universe.
My guess on why (Bear with me, I don't fully comprehend the racist minds), is say a famous white celebrity were to publically announce that he/she was going to get a change in skin pigmentation, to physically resemble black/African American. Would he/she be victim to those against African Americans or would they be given exceptional treatment?
That's why I'm thinking non mutant heroes such as She-Hulk and The Thing have more fans than say the more human looking mutants (Jean Grey, Bobby Drake, Banshee, etc)
Anyway, does this make sense to anyone?
Deadpool on the "genius" of Hollywood: Everything's turned into a movie these days. -- Old TV shows, board games, candy bars. And let me tell ya, I'm totally stoked for Butterfinger The Movie.