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Just as the headline says, Joss Whedon has given a very insightful interview about his creative process working with Marvel Studios on the upcoming "Avengers" sequel, the "S.H.I.E.L.D." TV series, and what DC Comics has in store for their big-screen future — and all of the challenges associated with that effort.

Read on for highlights from Whedon's interview with Deadline.

On "S.H.I.E.L.D.": "The idea of the Little Guy is something that I am very fierce about, and there has never been a better Little Guy than Clark Gregg. That intrigued me, this world around the superhero community. It’s the people whose shop windows get blown up when the Destroyer shows up. It’s the more intimate stories that belong on television that we can really tap into the visual style and ethos, and even some of the mythology, of the Marvel movies. I think we’ve put together another »

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