So, was Avengers Vs. X-Men the shape of things to come at Marvel? Here’s Axel Alonso talking about 2012 in review:
Another thing I learned was the power of collaborative writing. This wasn’t my first rodeo with a big event story featuring multiple writers and artists — I’d cut my teeth on “Messiah CompleX” and “Second Coming” — but “Avengers Vs. X-Men” was so much bigger in its scope. And I truly believe that the story benefitted from the combined might of its five writers and three editors. “AvX” gave me a lot of confidence that we can do more of this in the future.
We know that Age of Ultron is a solo-written event book, but will the post-AU Marvel Universe have more mass-writing experiments in it…?