I wasn't even proposing a specifically catholic idea. Just was trying to not be super coy about my specific personal views.
Not trying to bring R&P to a virtues battle here. Just that if you read marvel comics it comes front and center frequently. I mean they use it as a launching point for a very round about way of addressing things like virtue and destiny(that are pretty easily addressed in conventional ways). The trailer shows their base, Knowhere. Its the head of a dead celestial, a race of beings that seeded earth with life. They also apparently created evolution, because the x-men villain apocalypse is infused with a death seed (hence the source of his powers) to force the evolution of earth. There are several major story arks that deal with celestials judging weather we have evolved adequately or if its time for us to be destroyed. So I thought it was slightly topical. Ok so I read more than I let on, lol. But less than I've read of other stuff. And this whole theme works into allot of the material I favor. I mean Mephisto and other cosmic entities intervene in mainstream comics allot.
I mean probably part of the thing going on here is the irony that marvel even tries to address this stuff at all. I get that joss whedon is just a guy having fun playing make believe and its cool for its Verse to work into most of his worlds he creates. That has a very classical author beat to it. However I do find it odd that a publisher with a strong public persona would side apparently against something in its own mythos and not take a more ambiguous approach like DC has. (IDEA!) But to the end of it, maybe the idea that is the universe that makes up the marvel pages is so much fiction/pulp, and that is the point of it having its own creation. I'm probably getting too philosophical but to the point that the avengers movies haven't paralleled any current day events so much as parodied them its interesting to ponder that perhaps the material is in a way self aware of its own creation. That the celestials are writers and fans who dable in the world they create.
So there I've worked it out typing this reply. The issue is not an issue because the world of the marvel universe is its own world. The lack of conformity to any predominant theological, philosophical or scientific theory is the entire point.
Hope that thought process was bearable, and light on R&P