They are throwing away the personal lives of the characters.
I mean, think back in the first Spider-Man films, or even the first Iron Man. We got a good look at these characters and the world they interact with. Note, the world they interact WITH, not the world they effect.
Too many times, it seems like these films and shows only focus on the heroes lives that they forget to flesh the world out.
For example, you got the cartoons that pretty much eliminate the civilian supporting cast. Even Pepper Potts is gone. Then you got Hulk with no Bruce Banner.
I mean, let’s talk Agents of SHIELD. Do the characters on this show have no personal lives? Does their entire existence mean that their lives off mission are just the six of them on that jet? Who are their friends and family off duty? What do they like to do off duty? Even Fringe was able to fit personal drama in, and that show is the same episode length as AoS.
I feel like the Superhero films of late are getting far to narrow in focus, when they should be keeping things global.