That was my first reaction, too. lol. Definitely a chicken or the egg and Catch-22 arguments. They can't sue Loki, Thanos or the Chitauri. But they can put the bulls eye on the Avengers. If not Tony and Bruce, then Strucker would have probably unleashed Ultron and it would have been the same result, imo. And on top of that, they still don't really have any preemptive measures against invasions from space or other dimensions... and HYDRA is like that one weed in your backyard that just won't die and keeps propagating more weeds and you're the bad guy for not getting rid it even though you pluck them by the roots every time... I digress. I guess the reaction in modern day politics is to stifle the issue in bureaucracy regardless of it solving the real problem? 4/23: Truckloads of stills and scans out today. Suffice to day, we're at that point -- go all in and look at everything online or segregate yourself from it and wait for the movie. A collection of 60. A collection of 25+posters. 4/25: Twitter Q&A with the cast on Tuesday on @TwitterMovies. Tweet using #AskTeamCap or #AskTeamIronMan. WHiH tweets 4/23: New Mexico crater still drawing crowds. 4/23: Potomac River clean up almost done 4/24: Asks who was behind Pym Tech explosion and where were the Avengers 4/24: Captain America exhibit goes on nation wide tour next week 4/25: Does War Machine pose a conflict of interest? 4/25: Annual science conference in Bern And looks like another WHiH video will be released on Tuesday centered who a debate of who should pay for damages caused by superheroes.