Marvel Comics, in their quite successful mini-series "Civil War" in which the superheroes are pitted against each other in a bitter battle over civil liberaties when the U.S government passes a law that would require masked crusaders to reveal their identity and enlist into Federal organizations, has demonstrated that it may not be pulling any punches this time around. Spider-Man has unmasked himself and revealed his identity to the public: a move that the company swears to be not reversed. A good indicator that Marvel is not going to pull a "Inifinity Guantlet" move (i.e.: reverse all the changes after it ended.), is that the decision to unmask Spider-Man has left a rift between those within the company that think it is a good idea and the people who think it is a move that they will spend years attempting to correct. What is your opinion?