The Marvel Comics chief creative officer also praised the two upcoming Marvel Studios releases, Thor and Captain America, for managing to maintain the familiar tone of Marvel Studios films, despite their radically different settings.
"I just saw the first director's cut of Captain America about a week and a half ago and there is a very visual and visceral difference to the way the two movies are shot," Quesada told Newsarama. "There's a richness to both, but very different tonally.
"Captain America starts out as a period piece, whereas Thor starts out as a very fantastical piece, although both are grounded very much in the real world," the Marvel executive explained. "Both movies are really going to be outstanding."
Quesada also praised Joss Whedon's upcoming Avengers movie, which finally began filming last month.
"I've read the screenplay and it's amazing," Quesada teased. "It's going to be the quintessential superhero movie."
The Avengers will feature an ensemble cast including Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner.
A teaser trailer for The Avengers is expected to air at the beginning of Captain America, and rumours have suggested that it will hint at Super-Skrull being the film's main villain.
Captain America is due for release on July 22 while The Avengers is expected on May 4, 2012.