Wait, so...Marvel has a policy that stretches the age limits for characters, right? So I'm assuming that everything that was published in the '40s actually happened in the '40s, and then in '60s realtime when Cap was unthawed and the Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men were formed, and Spider-Man debuted, that's around the beginning of the modern era. So there's a huge gap between the '40s and the modern era ('00s) where Cap was frozen and the Avengers, FF, X-Men, and Spider-Man had yet to exist. Presumably, Nick Fury was kicking ass as a spy/becoming director of SHIELD during this gap. Black Widow was raised by the USSR's Black Widow program and trained in the Red Room facility before becoming a spy. But what else happened during this time then? That would make Magneto in his 80s or 90s because his origin must take place during the Holocaust because that has yet to be retconned. I guess they could make some excuse like mutants live longer than humans (I know Gambit actually does have an extended lifespan as seen in one of the alternate futures where he became The Witness). I know the Vietnam stuff with Iron Man's original origin has been retconned and I figure that the Soviet stuff with Hulk's origin (Abomination, Gargoyle) is also retconned. But there are still a lot of details that don't mesh with this policy. Amazing Fantasy #15 couldn't have taken place in the Sixties anymore, and Marvel has to keep shifting their timeline.