Originally Posted by blalex620
It was brilliant in the sense that Fox understands that to make great comic book films having someone who has experience working on both sides can be a key thing. Granted, we don't know his track record at Fox yet but I'm inclined to trust his judgement seeing as he has experience in bringing together multiple characters into one story. Plus his work on the adaptation of his book Kick-Ass makes me even more inclined.
Considering the fact that one of Millar's first moves after becoming Fox's "consultant" was to convince Matthew Vaughn to leave the director's chair on DOFP in favor of helming one of Millar's own films, his judgment is already suspect.