Dude, no one is/was reading those titles. If a book's sales suck then it's cancelled. Simple. Every new book Marvel puts out is a effort to sell as many as they can, and engage as large of an audience as possible.
If enough fans aren't interested in reading a book then it gets cancelled.
It's not Marvel treating its books as disposable it's the readership.
I don't think Panther can immediately see through his rage lust to realize that Namor just saved the life of everyone in Wakanda.
According to Reed there were Hundreds of Trillions of lives at stake. I know it's Reed Richards I'm talking about but I think he was under estimating the amount of lives in 2 entire universes. The math is staggering.
There are an estimated septillion stars in our Observable universe. that's a "1" with 24 zeros 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
But there could be more than that.
It’s been calculated that the observable Universe is a bubble of space 47 billion years in all directions.
It defines the amount of the Universe that we can see, because that’s how long light has taken to reach us since the Big Bang.
This is a minimum value, the Universe could be much bigger – it’s just that we can’t ever detect those stars because they’re outside the observable Universe. It’s even possible that the Universe is infinite, stretching on forever, with an infinite amount of stars. So add a couple more zeros. Maybe an infinite number of zeroes.
That’s a lot of stars in the Universe. Just one universe and the Illuminati are talking about 2
Its like if pushing the fat man in front of the trolley wouldn't just save the 5 people in the trolley scenario but all 7.2 billion people on earth. The Trolley isn't that great of a comparison scenario really for multiple reasons.