Superhuman Registration Act.
Superhuman Registration Act is a law that was passed in the United States to bring in super-powered human in the government to take the role in the national security. The law was passed after the death of many citizens in the battle between the new warriors and the supervillain Nitro. The Nitro caused their body to explode killing the new warriors and children at a nearby alimentary school; which created great fear over superhumans and they had to be controlled. All the superhumans were required to submit their personal information to the SHIELD but would keep it secret to the public. The Spider-man exposed his real identity to the public and anyone who was against the SHIELD to be put in a super-human's jail. The aim of the act was to train, organize and take control of super humans to enhance public safety.
Other than Captain America who believes that superhumans cannot be fully controlled or trusted by the government, there are many superheroes and on the other hand many evil superhumans; making it difficult for the people to differentiate them and thus they are not accepted in the society (Marvel, 40). Being against the act Captain America was detained and assassinated. When the spiderman revealed his identity to the public Aunt May was shot, this raised a big argument against the superhuman registration Act.
It was believed that superhumans would be very dangerous to themselves and the rest of the society. For instance, in the explosion at Stamford, it was believed that the Nitro was assaulted by a group of superheroes and this triggered him to cause an explosion. Also, the nitro power was due to a drug designed for Damage control. People support the superhuman registration act because the act helps to save the world in accidents and occurrences that normal human and police cannot control.
First, Superheroes do not make a lot of mistakes; they can be registered according to their abilities views and characters thus creating strong and almost perfect teams which are able to face
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