1. Have Sentry transferred to the Ultimate Universe and have it revealed thats the world he was forgotten from. 2.Less Wolverine. Possibly kill him. 3. Smoking is allowed in the real world, why not Marvel? 4. Only let movies get made if they are written by people who understand and can write comics. 5. Backup features. 6. Listen to fans. 7. Spotlight some lesser known characters. 8. Have Galactus as a little more than a tool to prove a character is above street-level. 9. Kill some main characters right when it counts. 10. Maybe sell the company and start a new company.
Will Eisner-Pioneered the art form as we see today. He also introduced the world to some amazing creator's (such as Jack Kirby) to the world through his studio, Eisner and Iger. He also created the first graphic novel.
Joe Shuster-For co-initiating the superhero genre
Jerry Siegel - ditto
Harvey Kurtzman- The master of humour comics, created MAD magazine.
Stan Lee- He has contributed a huge amount to the Marvel universe, and, in effect, has impacted the whole industry.
Jack Kirby- One of the greatest (and most sincere) storytellers.
Alan Moore- He made the comics scene more philosophical, grittier, and more dynamic place.
Myself- For future creations
And other's who I either forgot, didn't have to mention or never heard of.
Certain Teams work better with or without uniforms depending on the teams style. With teams consisting of heros from other comicbooks, it tends to be the individual thing. But teams with charactars made specifically for the team, matching uniforms seems a bit better (albeit with different looks, like the X-Men). Most of the time. THere are exeptions for both of these.