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Killing this Quicksilver was the right choice. The Quicksilver in X-Men will sell more tickets and keep more attention despite his time on-screen. I think it’s the goggles.
As an Artist: selling out sucks. And the line is getting blurred with each new movie from the likes of Disney, Marvel, and Sony. I commend Joss Whedon for following up his first Avengers with a solid second. It was damn difficult for me to avoid any new information and I have no idea what was in previews or teasers. I saw a quick image of Iron Man in the Hulk-Buster suit and maybe some water. Joss Whedon does good work. People know that and people are still angry about Firefly. Whedon knows how to write with a lot of characters. (more…)