Typo, typo, typo.
I think so, too - at ~50mm it's easiest to design fast lenses, but if the focal length gets smaller it'll be quite a hassle to release a f1.2 35mm that's sharp wide open as a L lens should be. Much more likely they'll just add weather sealing to a 35/1.4L, reduce the vignetting and double the price.
I always heare that, yet no 50 lens comes even kind of close to the 35 or 85 IQ.....
The current 35 L compared to the current 50 L, I can see way better colors and contrast from the 50, but sharpness is way better on the 35 at all distances, the AF is faster on the 35 and in some cases more accurate.
But given a updated 35 or even if it was made the same year, the 35 would most certainly be better at pretty much everything. And the 50 L is okay sharp wide open, at the perfect distance, but the 35 kills it when both at 1,4.
And the 85 with it's old design is waay better than the 50 in every aspect except size weight and AF, although the 85 is extremely accurate.