Where are the Gods?
#1
So, in the end, Felicia went back to...and stays with Oliver forever?

This mean Felicia also dies?

Captain America has a good ending. How about Felicia? Is this a good ending?

DC has a God. Marvel also has a God. But where are they when Thanos (or other bad guys) are destroying the world? Or even destroying all Earth? Earth is vanishing one by one, why no Gods (from DC and Marvel) come out and do something?
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#2
You mean Thor? Odin? Hercules? There's a big list of them unless you mean our normal idea of them.
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#3

Marvel:
One-Above-All, who first appeared in Doctor Strange #13, is the
most powerful and the most mysterious character in the Marvel
multiverse. He is believed to represent the creators of Marvel and has
taken the form of Jack Kirby. The One-Above-All is omnipotent,
omniscient, and omnipresent.



DC:
The Presence. The Presence is the highest form of being in the DC
Universe, having created the angels, namely Michael and Samael.



When counting down the most powerful DC cosmic characters of all-time,
the number one on the list has to be DC's version of God. This being is
known as The Presence. While there are numerous Gods in DC, mostly from
the Greek versions of Zeus and his offspring, the Presence is the
Christian version of the character.


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#4
Much like the actual versions of these, they don't get involved in things unless they would 100% have to.
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#5

In Avengers 4, Thanos snapped his fingers and everything gone. How about the Gods? Can Thanos kill the God (make them vanish)?

In Crisis (TV crossover), Earth is vanishing one by one. Will God vanish as well?

If these events won't affect the Gods, then they don't need to appear and do something. Can I say that they are selfish?

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#6
He does have the Reality Gem. Which really messes with things. And maybe The Spectre was them doing something.
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