Superman hands down. He would freeze the Hulk, literally chilling him out. Bruce Banner would be smart enough to find some kryptonite, but the Hulk isn't smart enough to use it. Superman has enough brains to know not to make him angry, that's his weakness right. Superman is always Superman, but the Hulk is mostly Bruce Banner.
All the codex pages should appear on your map. If you cannot see it, it might be blocked by another icon, so deselect all other icons for display. If still no, then you haven't synchronized all the viewpoints or you haven't progressed far enough in the game.
Online pass is a serial code enclosed in the retail purchase of the game. The pass is a single use code that is non-transferable once it is activated, therefore you cannot receive a code with a rental. Single use codes may be available for purchase online through your console network. Publishers warn that online features are subject to change at any time.
If someone really did steal the game from your mailbox, then talk to your local postmaster, try to confirm delivery, and file a claim. Since the post office is run by the Feds it's a federal crime to steal or open someone elses mail. Otherwise, you cannot prove some "stole" the game and you must consider that it was lost in transit. Notify Gamefly that you never received it and they should send you the next game in your Q no questions asked.
It's not only new releases, this applies to every game that has low availability. You're not competing with Gamefly for these games, you're competing with other customers who want to rent them or even keep them. Gamefly does meet the demand for those customers. If you work your game Q right and put all the new releases you want in the top 5 or 10, it increases the odds that one of those new games will ship.
Probably because they didn't received within that 3-day window. I've noticed with my returns that it can take anywhere from 2 to 6 days depending on where I mail it from. I think gamefly requests that you wait at least 6 business days before reporting a game.