Holland Oats wrote:This is just an ugly look and a bizarre decision if they're not doing an alternate take.. the art's good though.
The editor then spoke to the fact that an idea of "Avenges Vs. X-Men" story of some kind has been bubbling beneath the surface since "House of M" since many depowered mutants are still wondering what exactly happened to them. But now was the time for those ideas to come to the fore. Loeb added, "At the same time, it's a completely accessible story...you can pick it up with issue #1 and run with it. And when it ends, you'll be completely in. Marvel Comics will be part of your weekly budget from here on out."
Another reader wanted to know whether the Scarlet Witch's appearance may lead to a "No more superheroes" moment rewriting the Marvel U. "We get to the end of it, and it's all over. We're closing up, and there will be no more books," Brevoort laughed before reassuring, "There's no reboot coming."
A young fan asked the panel which side of the conflict they were on. Brevoort said, "I've edited 'Avengers' for like a dozen years, and I can't stand those fucking X-Men" to which Waid replied, "Marvel Comics – fun for the whole family!" Loeb opted against going blue, saying that as the man who just brought Cable back, he was on the side of the X-Men. He then added an obligatory plug for Joss Whedon's "The Avengers" film. Waid said he's on whatever side Daredevil ends up on.
Someone wanted to know whether Scarlet Witch would turn Jubilee back from being a vampire. "I don't think so," Brevoort said, to which the fan replied "Well, she can do it."
In the lightning round, fans asked whether the Dark Avengers would appear (No) and whether anyone would die to which Brevoort sais, "If they did, would we tell you?" When pressed on by the audience, Waid simply said, "Nes."
also, she should've gone back to Binary.