Attempting to prove that Marvel planned the abysmal ending to Avengers vs. X-Men from the start, Tom Brevoort accidentally revealed that the event was written by a child.
Source: Tom Brevoort's Formspring
Responding today to allegations that Marvel changed the ending to Avengers vs. X-Men at the last minute, Marvel editor and, according to Rob Liefeld, fatso, posted a picture on his Formspring account showing notes written about the third act of Avengers vs. X-Men long before the event was published. The notes come from a Marvel creative summit, annual events that Marvel holds where creators and editors discuss
ways to bilk fans out of more money using cheap deaths and mega-crossover events plans for the future of the Marvel Universe, and show that ham-fisted plot elements such as Wanda and Hope's deux ex machina team-up, Tony Stark's admission that the X-Men were right about Hope the whole time, and the complete character assassination of Cyclops were part of the plan from the beginning.
An unexpected consequence of the image, however, is the revelation that Marvel's events are plotted by a five-year-old child. The Outhouse presented the hastily-composed note to a handwriting expert who confirmed that the sloppy handwriting was that of a child of the approximate age of five. This, of course, explains a lot about recent Marvel events such as Avengers vs. X-Men and Fear Itself, though it does call into question the integrity of writers such as Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, and "The Great One" Brian Bendis, who are only a few of the Marvel creators now proven to have plaguirized the work of a child.
"I steal candy from babies all the time," said a smug Marvel head honcho and candy eater Joe Quesada, allegedly, in response to the allegations. "I don't see this as any different."
Yes, Joe. We know.
Here's the quote from Fat Tom's page:
You're reading into some scenes too much, I expect. The ending that we did was very much what had been planned at the outset. Some individual story details shifted as we went a little bit, but the main points were always the same. Here--attached is a photograph of the wipe board outline of Act Three that we hammered out at the very first AVX retreat, the one we did in Portland a year before AVX #1 came out--now that the series is concluded, I can show it to you. As you can see, while some details changed (Magneto's role, for one), the broad strokes of what is there is what we ended up doing.