>Because anything & everything is changed on a dime.
It's really not. Even when they try to change things, it almost never sticks because the fans are too autistic and throw a fit.
>The same elements existing after every reboot of a universe doesn't mean shit.
They aren't reboots if you actually read the stories. They are stories that involve weird sci-fi time travel shit, but then the immediate sequel stories extensively refer to the events. You wouldn't call the ending of Back to the Future a reboot. History changed, but the story continues, and parts of the sequel are specifically about characters dealing with repercussions of things that happened in the previous story. This is exactly what happened after The Crisis on Infinite Earths and everything else that casuals think was a "reboot." The only real "reboots" happened in the 1950s, and were quickly retconned to not be reboots when they said the old series happened in a different universe and then the reboots and the old versions started crossing over.
>Even Naruto has progress. Characters change, age, & die.
>it counts when series I actually read does it, but it doesn't count when series I don't read do it!
>Reboots are no my thing because they tend to screw a superhero's background and ideals in order have this "cool" deconstruction of favorite characters, like the Justice League going evil or some shit.
Those aren't reboots, they're alternate universes. The Justice League has never been rebooted to be evil. There are alternate universes where they're evil, though, and they're called the Crime Syndicate, and they fight the main universe. And actually that alternate universe where they're evil has been rebooted several times, but the overall continuity hasn't, so the regular Justice League remembers fighting like four different versions of the Crime Syndicate from three different alternate universes (and one of those alternate universes was rebooted, making four versions of the Crime Syndicate). And they're all canon and it's very autistic, because the fans and creators are too autistic to actually do reboots. Casuals think there have been a lot of reboots, but there haven't. And each event casuals think is a reboot doesn't start things fresh and make things easier to understand, it actually only makes things even more complicated.