One thing to note that potentially favors a religious view is the existence of the character "Death". Apparently Death has appeared a bunch of times, though I've only seen it in Deadpool. And although deadpool is really silly and sometimes things happen that aren't cannon, the Deadpool/Death annual was totally cannon and by far the best Deadpool comic ever. It establishes that when Deadpool dies he does meet death's female embodiment.
This could easily be written off as simply Deadpool's own perception of what dying is like. He does manage to stay alive, so there's no proof that he's officially dead. Although, according to wikipedia Death usually appears in the female form regardless of who it is she's appearing to.. so if anyone can confirm that, it could be argued that the fact that she appears the same way to characters who don't know each other proves that she is not an imaginary figure.
Death is an established character, and a fairly important part of Marvel's cosmic landscape (via the Starlin thread). She's Thanos's mistress, among other things.
Does it even matter whether or not there is a 'God' in the Marvel Universe?
Without canon feats, refuse to believe in MU God.
I know Kevin Nichols through a guy that knows a gal. Small world!
If nihilism didn't take some delight in destruction one might suspect nihilists were an unnaturally morbid sort.
Various books have made allusions to Heaven, angels and God, with one of the most recent being Jason Aaron's Ghost Rider run where they helped stop a coup by a rouge angel.
So yes there is a 'God' in the Marvel universe above the other 'gods' that exist there and he/she/it may or may not be called 'The One Above All'.
Not sure if it has been mentioned but Kirby was made God in the 616 during Waid's FF run. Was a fun story and good way to treat Kirby.
This may sound utterly stupid
But do any marvel writers use this forum or does anyone here have access to a writer?
I would LOVE to ask for their take on the Kree issue
"...Doom's enemies have not the mettle to challenge him host to host, tooth to nail... As economic and military options fail them, they resort to simple rudeness."