This feels like yet. ANOTHER. retread of Civil War where the overarching narrative is an edict on super powers and the drama that ensues within the super community.
Marvel, I ask you: have you ever heard the phrase "lightning in a bottle" and do you know what it means? I don't think it means whatever you think it means, because this is the third time you've told this story now. It was only good the first time.
That said. I think this is different from civil war. The focus there was on “big brother is watching you” and mirrored real life debates about State surveillance and forced licensing.
In this case, the focus is on children and may end up mirroring real life debates about childhood independence, home schooling, and government usurping the authority of parents in a child’s life.
Reminds me of Drywall from Scud: The Disposable Assassin comic. It's an interesting plot device.
I kinda find this awesome, and I'm glad that, now in my thirties, teenaged superheroes are finally being designed that make me feel old.