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Quicksilver’s Greatest Ever Twist Flips the Logic of His MCU Impostor

This period of Quicksilver trying to win redemption while having a dark secret was the perfect status quo for him, turning his haughty ‘not quite an antihero’ attitude into something incredibly nuanced. It was also a really fun twist on the Secret Invasion idea – while every other comic dealt with people who were actually replaced, Quicksilver’s appearances in this era did something very different, creative, and perfect for the character.

Pietro’s struggle between his unwavering egotism and his inescapable desire to be loved (especially by his family) goes beyond his own character. Every superhero must have both those impulses to do what they do, but Quicksilver’s arrogance means he is more direct in his pursuits. The fact that he was so easily pardoned after coming up with an excuse for his actions is also really representative of how superheroes always get away with a slap on the wrist even after their most terrible mistakes.

Eventually, Quicksilver made a full confession on television about his lies and owned up to his mistakes and deceptions (in All-New X-Factor #12, from Peter David and Carmine Di Giandomenico), which made Luna finally forgive him, but the time he spent with a terrible secret was some of his best character work to date. Quicksilver is one of Marvel’s most complex superheroes, carrying immense trauma and pushing the boundaries of the ‘anti-hero’ stereotype. While his MCU doppelganger was an inspired decision in WandaVision, the reveal of Quicksilver not actually being abducted by the Skrulls was an amazing twist that got the very best out of his character.


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Quicksilver’s Greatest Ever Twist Flips the Logic of His MCU Impostor

This period of Quicksilver trying to win redemption while having a dark secret was the perfect status quo for him, turning his haughty ‘not quite an antihero’ attitude into something incredibly nuanced. It was also a really fun twist on the Secret Invasion idea – while every other comic dealt with people who were actually replaced, Quicksilver’s appearances in this era did something very different, creative, and perfect for the character.
Pietro’s struggle between his unwavering egotism and his inescapable desire to be loved (especially by his family) goes beyond his own character. Every superhero must have both those impulses to do what they do, but Quicksilver’s arrogance means he is more direct in his pursuits. The fact that he was so easily pardoned after coming up with an excuse for his actions is also really representative of how superheroes always get away with a slap on the wrist even after their most terrible mistakes.

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Eventually, Quicksilver made a full confession on television about his lies and owned up to his mistakes and deceptions (in All-New X-Factor #12, from Peter David and Carmine Di Giandomenico), which made Luna finally forgive him, but the time he spent with a terrible secret was some of his best character work to date. Quicksilver is one of Marvel’s most complex superheroes, carrying immense trauma and pushing the boundaries of the ‘anti-hero’ stereotype. While his MCU doppelganger was an inspired decision in WandaVision, the reveal of Quicksilver not actually being abducted by the Skrulls was an amazing twist that got the very best out of his character.

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Quicksilver’s Greatest Ever Twist Flips the Logic of His MCU Impostor

This period of Quicksilver trying to win redemption while having a dark secret was the perfect status quo for him, turning his haughty ‘not quite an antihero’ attitude into something incredibly nuanced. It was also a really fun twist on the Secret Invasion idea – while every other comic dealt with people who were actually replaced, Quicksilver’s appearances in this era did something very different, creative, and perfect for the character.
Pietro’s struggle between his unwavering egotism and his inescapable desire to be loved (especially by his family) goes beyond his own character. Every superhero must have both those impulses to do what they do, but Quicksilver’s arrogance means he is more direct in his pursuits. The fact that he was so easily pardoned after coming up with an excuse for his actions is also really representative of how superheroes always get away with a slap on the wrist even after their most terrible mistakes.

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Eventually, Quicksilver made a full confession on television about his lies and owned up to his mistakes and deceptions (in All-New X-Factor #12, from Peter David and Carmine Di Giandomenico), which made Luna finally forgive him, but the time he spent with a terrible secret was some of his best character work to date. Quicksilver is one of Marvel’s most complex superheroes, carrying immense trauma and pushing the boundaries of the ‘anti-hero’ stereotype. While his MCU doppelganger was an inspired decision in WandaVision, the reveal of Quicksilver not actually being abducted by the Skrulls was an amazing twist that got the very best out of his character.

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