>>121171504>see how that works
Yeah. Cap didn't say "Avengers Assemble" in AoU, and anon said it would never happen. Then we all saw Endgame.>It's dumb to argue in those terms
Yeah, just like it's dumb to act like I'm arguing with an infinite range to cover the back end of my argument when I have already pointed out instances from a 13 year window where people said something wouldn't happen because it didn't right away, but eventually did.
Apparently acknowledging the concept of possibility, and expressing a desire for that possibility is declaring it an absolute certainty though, and grasping at straws.>A separate media.
That I mentioned once in that post.
Tell me again about how I produced no evidence as you simplified multiple points of data from the historical record directly related to live action media production that establish precedent for the kinds of things you insist can not happen, and simplify it down to >but the comics!
Once again, I am not saying Wanda is absolutely going to be retconned to be a mutant. I am simply saying that is something that may happen, and that I would like it if it did. When Marvel got to bring Spider-Man into the MCU 2 months before Civil War began photography, I didn't say that he was absolutely going to be in Civil War, but I sure hoped he was because of his importance in the original version of the story. When Disney completed it's purchase of 21st Century Fox, and the Mutant IP previously owned buy it in March of 2019, WandaVision wouldn't begin photography until November of that year. Evan Peters and the universe his Quicksilver is known for where he was a mutant, wasn't even on my radar, and neither was the possible ramifications of him showing up, but they're on my radar now.
If Spider-Man can be written into a movie within 2 months, Wanda being retconned into being a mutant can be written in in 6.
I'm not saying it will happen. I'm just saying it may, and that I would like it to.