Marvel Comics writer Dan Slott just spoke up on Twitter, revealing one scene he actually didn't like from Avengers: Endgame.
To give a little backstory, Slott has been working on The Amazing Spider-Man comic for over ten years, according to Digital Spy, so he's pretty much an expert on all things Peter Parker. Slott said that out of a three hour and two minute movie, there was only one minute he didn't like. Not bad. But what was the one minute he disapproved of?
When Peter Parker uses the "instant kill" mode on his suit. Slott felt like the action went against the character's morals.
Confession:— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) August 12, 2019
There was 1 moment I did NOT like in all of AVENGERS: ENDGAME.
Peter Parker shouldn't kill. Even when it comes to Thanos' evil army of alien spacehounds.
But not liking 1 moment out of 3 hours and 2 minutes ain't that bad. :) pic.twitter.com/GAhuZslVgf
But fans raised a very legitimate concern. How else was Peter supposed to deal with his enemies? Slott himself had to jump back into the conversation and add that this comment was only his personal opinion. Hilariously, he also had to remind fans that Spider-Man is fictional. (I guess some people got pretty riled up!)
I know this is a crazy caveat to add to any post.— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) August 13, 2019
I know it's basic, common sense, but...
The above tweet is my *personal* opinion on the matter.
And it's a personal opinion about a *fictional* character.
It's okay if *your* opinion on this is different.
It's all good. pic.twitter.com/t1Sn9hecF8
At least Slott was quick to clarify he was happy with the movie overall.