I'm not dismissing the technology, I'm saying the setting is important. Do I think Buzz and Nemo are the best fit? No, but Buzz is based on space exploration (and is also meant to be a kiddy ride so cut it some slack), and they at least try to make Nemo about the technological advances in exploring the ocean. I agree, Star Wars does take place in the past, and in a previous post I even called it fantasy, not sci-fi, which is what Lucas considers them. But because the ride is based on the exploration of space, and advanced technology FIRST, and not just throwing in anything from that universe into the land, it works. I'm sure Marvel has things that are based in the future, but by and large, and going off of their films, which is what most guest will identify them with, it is about contemporary stories, and there are way too many of them to cohesively fit into a land that is about man's potential for scientific advances and achievements, not about superheroes. Which is the main problem. This is why Tron would fit, but Marvel does not. You have to go the core of what these stories are telling.