What she meant:Why did Joss Whedon fight so hard to win the character rights to Pietro Maximoff just to kill him off? Why was he being such a stubborn brat? He didn't even give him a feasible death. Quicksilver can run faster than Mach 5 yet he gets shot up by a bunch of snails pace bullets? It's not right. It's just not right. Days of Future Past showed up that not only does Quicksilver have the speed and time perception to outrun a shower of bullets, but also has the time to rearrange bullets to completely miss their targets, AND make a bunch of guards do embarrassing things to each other. You can't write a speedster character who runs slower than a bullet. That's just so detrimental to the very nature of the character. Imagine writing the Hulk being unable to bench press 200 lbs. imagine writing Thor being unable to lift Mjolnir. Or Tony being unable to fix a piece of machinery. It just doesn't make sense. It's the biggest writing blunder of all time and Joss Whedon actually fought tooth and nail to get the rights to this character just so he could piss everybody off by killing him. Like, there wasn't even any emotional depth. When I say "I hate Joss Whedon" I don't meant it in the way that most fan girls say they hate writers; for killing their favourite characters and making them cry. I hate Joss Whedon because he took a perfectly good, complex character, ruined his entire characterisation, and killed him off in an impossible scenario with no depth. There was no need for Quicksilver to die. You just went ahead and killed him off for no reason because you think character death makes good writing. Thank God Joss Whedon isn't writing any more Marvel movies. I hope the Russo Brothers do bring him back.