Wouldn't use that tone but i second the notion.. Civil War was not about the 20 minutes of Spiderman screen time and the whole implications it should have. In fact i doubt the Sokovie accords will even come up again in a meaningful fashion after Thanos lays waste to the Superhuman cast of the Marvel movies, which promises quite a big change for the whole MCU including some deaths. It was a good setup in the whole MCU and a nice way to play to the "What if x fought y and who would win?" fanboy topics but as soon as the movie was done i don't think they will bring it up much anymore as they have moved on in their story which ultimately leads to Infinity War. As to the X-Men/Spiderman in the general Marvel population discussion: I like that they pop up in other comicbook lines and have cameos from other superheroes, it makes the whole universe feel more of a coherent thing. Whenever half of New York gets destroyed in one book it's nice to see that other heroes reference this once in a while (with the often seen "See Issue x of [insert Superhero or Team comicbook]"). Sometimes it gets a bit ridiculous because last time i actively read comics (it's been several years) it seemed like Wolverine was in all of the major comic books.. he was an Avenger, was member of 2-3 X-Men teams, had his solo books (plural) and cameo'd in several other books. So i don't see that the X-Men should have their own separate books without interacting with others.. it#s nice to see Beast dropping in with the Fantastic Four whenever he can't crack a science problem or the X-Men teaming up with the Avengers to defeat a particularly strong enemy. Sure the X-Men could stand alone, they have an insanely huge and well developed character base, a story background and villain cast that surpasses several other comic lines combined but still it's nice to see them be part of the whole every once in a while.