Hmmm, first off 2 rectons get undone and 1 major recton gets released...
1. The whole "Captain Hydra" thing gets righted.
2. Peter finds a way to cancel out his deal with Mephisto
3. Scarlet Witch gets another power surge and rewinds the X-Men's clocks to the days of the original Blue and Gold teams
Next up, cosmic event that focuses on the more notable Elders of the Universe and gives them creditability as something other than punching bags. Each have a one shot comic to explore their back history, then a 4-6 part Collective event where they scheme against the heroes of Earth and the Earth has to pull out all the stops to bring them down. The event leads into a couple of new series on the cosmic scene. The first is the formation of a new cosmic team team/series featuring some seriously underused characters like Her, Ganymede, and Jack of Hearts. The second is the reveal of a Half Watcher/Half Human(the son of Aaron the Rogue) that'll focus on fleshing out Marvel's abstracts and the makeup of the multiverse via the new character being educated in the ways of the Watchers. This angle will allow for a much more "on the nose" explanations of things like the cosmic heirarchy then standard story telling because the character being educated knows even less about the Marvel universe at large than the reader and requires in depth knowledge to assume his role in the universe.
Last edited by darthgoober on Feb 26th, 2017 at 09:43 PM
I would restart the whole thing. One big Multiverse/Omniverse. With a clear hierarchy. TOAA > LT > Multiversal Abstracts > Univesal Abstracts = Galactus (unique in the main Universe. Alternate realities are other Universes. All comics restart as they did in the classic days, with better artwork. No gore. Good stories about the characters and the burdens or challanges they face because of their powers. No wanking or just action to entertain. Keep it less simple and don't change the cosmic hierarchy for at least 20 years.
I would do more stuff that's non-canon to boost diversity instead of switching characters around so much. like DC does all these crazy crossovers, I'd do something similar with Marvel where they boosted those characters they wanted to push for 'social' reasons and whatnots. I remember stuff like Her-Oes with the avengers ladies as teens in high school; stuff like that can appeal to those societal storylines without affecting canon. Also I think it's important to add more minority characters organically like Amadeus Cho; he was hi ranked in intelligence in his inception but he wasn't the new reed Richards or anything and after some meandering he became a more prominent figure. More characters like that would bridge the gap easier.