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Comradecourt asked about this and tumblr won’t let me link in the ask box, so…

In a separate interview at the premiere with Hey U Guys, he was asked about the rights status of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, Marvel mutants who served as early members of the Avengers, and revealed that, “It’s a little complicated, but if they [Fox, which holds the X-Men rights] want to use them in the X-Men movie they could, [but] if we want to use them in The Avengers movie, we could.”


-Kevin Feige on Avengers ‘Scene,’ Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch Rights
15th Jul 2012 10:39pm 2 years ago 2 notes

dorian-winter:

My favorite Marvel ladies.

dorian-winter:

My favorite Marvel ladies.

14th Jul 2012 3:42pm 2 years ago 15 notes

Dear people tagging their Scarlet Witch hate:

I hope someone actually DOES kill all of your precious X-Men. Maybe then you will know what “genocide” means. There may be excuses for being assholes, but there is no excuse for being an ignorant asshole. Find a goddamn dictionary already.

P.S.: You are a douche and the Scarlet Witch is better than you.

04th Jul 2012 6:12pm 2 years ago 10 notes

25th May 2012 11:39am 2 years ago 50 notes

So the remarks Fraction is giving in this interview about AvX makes me wary. I'm calling it now: Wanda dies.

avengerslegacy:

But Hawkeye teams up with Hawkeye, and the Scarlet Witch dying has always been a possibility in AvX. You didn’t see it coming from like, 6,000 miles away?

1. Yes, the Scarlet Witch dying has always been a possibility in this terrible event. Why, gosh, it’s probably why I thought of it!

2. I’m rather aware of the fact that the Hawkeyes are teaming up. I’ve kind of been blogging every quote that Fraction makes in reference to their team-up. Just because I’m excited about one aspect of the Hawkeyes series doesn’t mean I have to like Marvel fridging Wanda.

(Source: zarabithia)

17th Apr 2012 9:11pm 2 years ago 4 notes
17th Apr 2012 7:37pm 2 years ago 4 notes

Day 29: List the top 5 hottest characters

You know what being bisexual means for this question? Cheating.

Five Sexiest Female Characters: Storm, Batwoman, Black Canary, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Woman

Five Sexiest Men: John Stewart Green Lantern, Barry Allen Flash, Bucky, Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson.

For fairness sake, even though I cheated, I did restrict this purely to comics verse. So no Toon Verse, no movies, etc. So Peggy, Shayera and Kaldur didn’t get to play. :(

Day 29: List the top 5 hottest characters

You know what being bisexual means for this question? Cheating.

Five Sexiest Female Characters: Storm, Batwoman, Black Canary, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Woman

Five Sexiest Men: John Stewart Green Lantern, Barry Allen Flash, Bucky, Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson.

For fairness sake, even though I cheated, I did restrict this purely to comics verse. So no Toon Verse, no movies, etc. So Peggy, Shayera and Kaldur didn’t get to play. :(

29th Mar 2012 4:31pm 2 years ago 1 note

Day 5: Sexiest overall team: The AvengersIs this cheating? It feels like cheating. Because “The Avengers” without specifying a specific era pretty much includes everyone awesome in the Marvel U. And while just saying “the Avengers” means I include DNW people like Wolverine and Tony Stark, saying the “Justice League” means including DNW people like Plastic Man and Congorilla. So.Poor DC. They aren’t doing so well in this meme.


Day 5: Sexiest overall team: The Avengers

Is this cheating? It feels like cheating. Because “The Avengers” without specifying a specific era pretty much includes everyone awesome in the Marvel U.

And while just saying “the Avengers” means I include DNW people like Wolverine and Tony Stark, saying the “Justice League” means including DNW people like Plastic Man and Congorilla. So.

Poor DC. They aren’t doing so well in this meme.

19th Feb 2012 5:49am 2 years ago 4 notes

LOL, and proof that comics fans have always demonstrated the “They Changed It And Now It Sucks!” This is pretty much all the angst about the reboot decades early.

LOL, and proof that comics fans have always demonstrated the “They Changed It And Now It Sucks!” This is pretty much all the angst about the reboot decades early.

15th Feb 2012 12:55am 2 years ago 5 notes

jesic:

— by Mike Mayhew



Oh, pretties.

jesic:

— by Mike Mayhew

Oh, pretties.
06th Dec 2011 12:45pm 2 years ago 148 notes

prettyboners:

buttastic:

Alright, some things: Billy was adorable when he was eight, and omfg Thor

One morrrre thing
THIS ART ;u; so whimsical

prettyboners:

buttastic:

Alright, some things: Billy was adorable when he was eight, and omfg Thor

One morrrre thing

THIS ART ;u; so whimsical

18th Oct 2011 6:58pm 2 years ago 60 notes

alternatepresent:

TOMORROW!!!
 
Avengers: The Children’s Crusade - Up Next
Allan Heinberg teases what  lies ahead for The Scarlet Witch, the Young Avengers, Magneto, Doctor  Doom and more                                                                                                      Posted Sep 20, 2011 7:51 pm                                                                                                      Updated Sep 20, 2011 7:52 pm
By Ben Morse
The Scarlet Witch changed everything.
She did it when she disassembled the Avengers.
She did it when she created the House of M.
She did it when she said “No more mutants.”
She’s about to do it again.
For the past year, AVENGERS:  THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE has chronicled the Scarlet Witch’s return in an  epic adventure that has drawn in all of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as well  as the X-Men, X-Factor, Magneto, Doctor Doom and more. With the pivotal  issue #7 on sale Wednesday, September 21, we’ve enlisted writer Allan  Heinberg to revisit the critical events and major players, as well as  discuss what will happen next.
We’ve spent a week looking back  at the pivotal players and events of AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE,  but the time for talk has almost come to a close. Tomorrow, issue #7  hits stands and the landscape changes once again.
For a final time prior to the  release of this latest chapter, writer Allan Heinberg took the time to  enlighten us on his grand plan and what a certain group of mutant heroes  who crashed the party at the end of last issue have in store.
 AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE #7 preview art by Jim Cheung
Marvel.com: Where do the  X-Men stand on the issue of The Scarlet Witch, particularly in contrast  to the Avengers? How does their full involvement beginning with issue #7  change the tone of the story?
Allan Heinberg: At  this point in the story, the X-Men assembled on the lawn of Avengers  Mansion all share Cyclops’ point of view: that The Scarlet Witch needs  to be held accountable for her actions and brought to justice by the  mutant community. But the Avengers have their own ideas about how to  deal with Wanda, and those don’t necessarily involve just handing her  over to the X-Men and walking away. So, the X-Men’s involvement  obviously complicates an already complicated situation and provokes  these heroes to act in ways that aren’t necessarily very heroic, all in  the name of justice. But is it justice? Or is it revenge?
Marvel.com: What position will the X-Men’s arrival place Magneto in? How tough are things going to get for him?
Allan Heinberg: Magneto  is already in an impossible position. He has to choose between his two  families: his biological family—Wanda and Pietro—and the X-Men, who’ve  become more of a family than he’s ever had. And his position in the  Marvel Universe is going to be determined by the choice he makes.
Marvel.com: What is Wanda’s immediate goal?
Allan Heinberg: Wanda’s  only goal is to restore the mutants whose lives she destroyed at the  end of House of M. And she’ll do whatever she has to, to make that  happen.
Marvel.com: How unified are the Avengers right now?
Allan Heinberg: The  Avengers are by no means unified on the subject of Wanda Maximoff. They  all want to find her and contain her, but then the question becomes,  “What do we do with her once we’ve found her?” Wolverine and Captain  America have already bumped heads on the subject. And I think most of  the team is similarly divided. Everyone agrees that The Scarlet Witch is  a threat, but how do you go about neutralizing that threat? Everyone  wants to hold Wanda accountable for what she’s done, but how? What is  the punishment for those crimes?
 AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE #7 preview art by Jim Cheung
Marvel.com: Will X-Factor prove to be—pardon the pun—a factor or are they observers here?
Allan Heinberg: The  members of X-Factor are as divided as the Avengers and X-Men. Madrox  has already stated his point of view on the subject: he’d just as soon  leave Wanda to her fate, whatever that is. But Wanda has just restored  Rictor, so Rictor is going to be invested in helping Wanda do the same  for all the other de-powered mutants. Either way, the X-Factor team now  finds itself in the middle of a volatile conflict between the X-Men and  the Avengers. And this X-Factor team has always been very independent.  Madrox and the others are not going to start taking orders from Cyclops.
Marvel.com: How will Doctor Doom find his way back into this story?
Allan Heinberg: Doom’s love for Wanda will soon put him at the center of the story, right between the warring Avengers and the X-Men.
Marvel.com: Now that Wiccan has found his mother, what does he want? How about Speed?
Allan Heinberg: Wiccan’s  goal was not only to find his mother, but to help her reclaim her  position as a hero in the Marvel Universe. He still doesn’t believe The  Scarlet Witch could have been responsible for the events of  “Avengers: Disassembled” and House of M and so he’s determined to find  out what really happened; how someone as good and as compassionate as  The Scarlet Witch could suddenly turn on her friends, her family, and  her entire species. At this point in the story, though, Wiccan is mostly  concerned with helping Wanda stay alive.
 As for Speed, he’s been very  skeptical about the idea of The Scarlet Witch being his mother, but  after the events of CRUSADE #6, I think Speed’s feelings about Wanda   and the lengths he’s willing to go to, to protect her are going to  surprise his teammates—and himself.
Marvel.com: With all the  big action taking place, will we get to see more development as far as  the triangle between Stature, Iron Lad and Vision?
Allan Heinberg: Absolutely, the Stature-Vision-Iron Lad triangle explodes in CRUSADE #8 and is finally resolved in #9.
Marvel.com: What will Scott Lang’s role be moving forward?
Allan Heinberg: You’ll have to keep reading to find out if Scott Lang actually survives the crusade.
Marvel.com: They’ve been  somewhat off to the side for a while now, but do Patriot and Hawkeye  still have parts to play in this story?
Allan Heinberg: The tension between Hawkeye and Patriot which began in CRUSADE #2 comes to a head in #7, and the outcome is devastating.
Marvel.com: What else can you tease for the final portion of this series and its fallout?
Allan Heinberg: CRUSADE  #7 sparks a war between the Avengers and the X-Men over the fate of The  Scarlet Witch. It also reveals the fate of the de-powered mutants, the  secret origin of Wanda’s latent reality-altering powers, and the hidden  truth about her involvement in “Avengers: Disassembled” and House of M.  It also features the debut of a powerful new super hero in the Marvel  Universe.
Issue #8 tells the story of the  final, bloody battle between the Avengers, the X-Men, and X-Factor over  the fate of The Scarlet Witch, whose tragic outcome will be the death of  an Avenger.
Issue #9 deals with the aftermath  of that death and the loss of several other heroes, as well. It sets  the stage for the next big Marvel Universe event and spins the Young  Avengers off in a brand-new direction.
More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/story/16690/avengers_the_childrens_crusade_-_up_next#ixzz1YXxHwbwF
I actually had tears in my eyes while reading this, especially the part about the forthcoming issues. And deaths! Oh, I’m really curious (and fearful) about what Magneto’s choice will be… I mean, there was that touching scene by the end of Second Coming where he was looking at pictures of Wanda and Pietro as kids with a sad look in his eyes, and all that talk about wishing to have his family back, but he IS in the previews of X-Men Regenesis, at Cyclops’ team, so… And all this potential angst only makes me love the Maximoff family even more! I have a feeling i’ll cry my heart out tomorrow >.< And the idea that I might sympathize with Doctor Doom instead of the X-Men in any occasion is… terrifying….

KEEP READING TO SEE IF SCOTT LANG SURVIVES, EH? WHY DO YOU HATE ME, HEINGERG? *weeps.*

alternatepresent:

TOMORROW!!!

Avengers: The Children’s Crusade - Up Next

Allan Heinberg teases what lies ahead for The Scarlet Witch, the Young Avengers, Magneto, Doctor Doom and more Posted Sep 20, 2011 7:51 pm Updated Sep 20, 2011 7:52 pm

By Ben Morse

The Scarlet Witch changed everything.

She did it when she disassembled the Avengers.

She did it when she created the House of M.

She did it when she said “No more mutants.”

She’s about to do it again.

For the past year, AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE has chronicled the Scarlet Witch’s return in an epic adventure that has drawn in all of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as well as the X-Men, X-Factor, Magneto, Doctor Doom and more. With the pivotal issue #7 on sale Wednesday, September 21, we’ve enlisted writer Allan Heinberg to revisit the critical events and major players, as well as discuss what will happen next.

We’ve spent a week looking back at the pivotal players and events of AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE, but the time for talk has almost come to a close. Tomorrow, issue #7 hits stands and the landscape changes once again.

For a final time prior to the release of this latest chapter, writer Allan Heinberg took the time to enlighten us on his grand plan and what a certain group of mutant heroes who crashed the party at the end of last issue have in store.

AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE #7 preview art by Jim Cheung

Marvel.com: Where do the X-Men stand on the issue of The Scarlet Witch, particularly in contrast to the Avengers? How does their full involvement beginning with issue #7 change the tone of the story?

Allan Heinberg: At this point in the story, the X-Men assembled on the lawn of Avengers Mansion all share Cyclops’ point of view: that The Scarlet Witch needs to be held accountable for her actions and brought to justice by the mutant community. But the Avengers have their own ideas about how to deal with Wanda, and those don’t necessarily involve just handing her over to the X-Men and walking away. So, the X-Men’s involvement obviously complicates an already complicated situation and provokes these heroes to act in ways that aren’t necessarily very heroic, all in the name of justice. But is it justice? Or is it revenge?

Marvel.com: What position will the X-Men’s arrival place Magneto in? How tough are things going to get for him?

Allan Heinberg: Magneto is already in an impossible position. He has to choose between his two families: his biological family—Wanda and Pietro—and the X-Men, who’ve become more of a family than he’s ever had. And his position in the Marvel Universe is going to be determined by the choice he makes.

Marvel.com: What is Wanda’s immediate goal?

Allan Heinberg: Wanda’s only goal is to restore the mutants whose lives she destroyed at the end of House of M. And she’ll do whatever she has to, to make that happen.

Marvel.com: How unified are the Avengers right now?

Allan Heinberg: The Avengers are by no means unified on the subject of Wanda Maximoff. They all want to find her and contain her, but then the question becomes, “What do we do with her once we’ve found her?” Wolverine and Captain America have already bumped heads on the subject. And I think most of the team is similarly divided. Everyone agrees that The Scarlet Witch is a threat, but how do you go about neutralizing that threat? Everyone wants to hold Wanda accountable for what she’s done, but how? What is the punishment for those crimes?

AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE #7 preview art by Jim Cheung

Marvel.com: Will X-Factor prove to be—pardon the pun—a factor or are they observers here?

Allan Heinberg: The members of X-Factor are as divided as the Avengers and X-Men. Madrox has already stated his point of view on the subject: he’d just as soon leave Wanda to her fate, whatever that is. But Wanda has just restored Rictor, so Rictor is going to be invested in helping Wanda do the same for all the other de-powered mutants. Either way, the X-Factor team now finds itself in the middle of a volatile conflict between the X-Men and the Avengers. And this X-Factor team has always been very independent. Madrox and the others are not going to start taking orders from Cyclops.

Marvel.com: How will Doctor Doom find his way back into this story?

Allan Heinberg: Doom’s love for Wanda will soon put him at the center of the story, right between the warring Avengers and the X-Men.

Marvel.com: Now that Wiccan has found his mother, what does he want? How about Speed?

Allan Heinberg: Wiccan’s goal was not only to find his mother, but to help her reclaim her position as a hero in the Marvel Universe. He still doesn’t believe The Scarlet Witch could have been responsible for the events of “Avengers: Disassembled” and House of M and so he’s determined to find out what really happened; how someone as good and as compassionate as The Scarlet Witch could suddenly turn on her friends, her family, and her entire species. At this point in the story, though, Wiccan is mostly concerned with helping Wanda stay alive.



As for Speed, he’s been very skeptical about the idea of The Scarlet Witch being his mother, but after the events of CRUSADE #6, I think Speed’s feelings about Wanda and the lengths he’s willing to go to, to protect her are going to surprise his teammates—and himself.

Marvel.com: With all the big action taking place, will we get to see more development as far as the triangle between Stature, Iron Lad and Vision?

Allan Heinberg: Absolutely, the Stature-Vision-Iron Lad triangle explodes in CRUSADE #8 and is finally resolved in #9.

Marvel.com: What will Scott Lang’s role be moving forward?

Allan Heinberg: You’ll have to keep reading to find out if Scott Lang actually survives the crusade.

Marvel.com: They’ve been somewhat off to the side for a while now, but do Patriot and Hawkeye still have parts to play in this story?

Allan Heinberg: The tension between Hawkeye and Patriot which began in CRUSADE #2 comes to a head in #7, and the outcome is devastating.

Marvel.com: What else can you tease for the final portion of this series and its fallout?

Allan Heinberg: CRUSADE #7 sparks a war between the Avengers and the X-Men over the fate of The Scarlet Witch. It also reveals the fate of the de-powered mutants, the secret origin of Wanda’s latent reality-altering powers, and the hidden truth about her involvement in “Avengers: Disassembled” and House of M. It also features the debut of a powerful new super hero in the Marvel Universe.

Issue #8 tells the story of the final, bloody battle between the Avengers, the X-Men, and X-Factor over the fate of The Scarlet Witch, whose tragic outcome will be the death of an Avenger.

Issue #9 deals with the aftermath of that death and the loss of several other heroes, as well. It sets the stage for the next big Marvel Universe event and spins the Young Avengers off in a brand-new direction.


More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/story/16690/avengers_the_childrens_crusade_-_up_next#ixzz1YXxHwbwF

I actually had tears in my eyes while reading this, especially the part about the forthcoming issues. And deaths! Oh, I’m really curious (and fearful) about what Magneto’s choice will be… I mean, there was that touching scene by the end of Second Coming where he was looking at pictures of Wanda and Pietro as kids with a sad look in his eyes, and all that talk about wishing to have his family back, but he IS in the previews of X-Men Regenesis, at Cyclops’ team, so… And all this potential angst only makes me love the Maximoff family even more! I have a feeling i’ll cry my heart out tomorrow >.< And the idea that I might sympathize with Doctor Doom instead of the X-Men in any occasion is… terrifying….

KEEP READING TO SEE IF SCOTT LANG SURVIVES, EH? WHY DO YOU HATE ME, HEINGERG? *weeps.*

09th Oct 2011 7:40pm 2 years ago 6 notes

Seeing an Imperfect Person Perfectly: wtf

seeinganimperfectpersonperfectly:

aliceranaway:

There are people other than Bendis who don’t want everything associated with Dissassembled Retconned out of existence?

That’s terrifying.

and lol, no, fandom. What Bendis did to Wanda was NOT him “taking her trauma seriously,” are you on drugs?

Thank you, as soon as…

Tumblr, why are you cutting off conversations entirely? Ugh, that’s annoying.

but yeah, pretty much exactly this. The idea that Bendis’s portrayal of Wanda was in anyway respectful of the character of Wanda is … not in connection with reality in any way.

(Source: zarabithia)

08th Oct 2011 1:30pm 2 years ago 4 notes

wtf

There are people other than Bendis who don’t want everything associated with Dissassembled Retconned out of existence?

That’s terrifying.

and lol, no, fandom. What Bendis did to Wanda was NOT him “taking her trauma seriously,” are you on drugs?

04th Oct 2011 9:29am 2 years ago 4 notes

Just saw that preview page from the next CC issue and

wundygore:

HEINBERG GET OUT.

GET OUT RIGHT NOW AND NEVER WRITE WANDA AGAIN.

I haven’t looked yet, and now I am scared.

Hmm, early evening rage or going back to pretending to writing fic?

08th Jul 2011 6:13pm 3 years ago 5 notes

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