If you’ve been watching WandaVision on Disney Plus, there’s a good chance you might be wondering what the heck we’re even watching? Thankfully WandaVision Episode 4 finally sheds a little light on this crazy series, but one thing is clear after four episodes of WandaVision: MCU fans are about to get some of the big superhero action they crave after finally getting an up-close look at the big protection agency in WandaVision: SWORD. Join IGN host Max Scoville as he breaks it all down in this week’s edition of Canon Fodder.
So did the universe basically create a sitcom starring two of the most powerful Avengers?
Played by Elizabeth Olsen, Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. The Scarlet Witch and her synthezoid lover Vision, played by Paul Bettany have been living the sweet suburban superhero life but all along we are haunted by a nagging question: How is Vision alive when Thanos snatched the Soul Stone from his head? Ever since the first WandaVision trailer fans have wondered how Ultron’s long lost kiddo is back in WandaVision. Reaction videos like this one will be popular on YouTube after this episode of WandaVision. Disney Plus viewership may also surge as we near the conclusion of WandaVision. Twins are also on the brain as Wanda and vision apparently have two twin boys named Tommy and Billy, who have a sordid past in Marvel Comics, but remembering the Vision death scene from Avengers: Infinity War where Thanos kills Vision will always be truly haunting.
One question is nagging fans all over the planet tuning into WandaVision: Is Vision alive?
Join Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, a.k.a. Geraldine, who seeks to add her name to the pantheon of classic Marvel superheroes like Iron Man and Captain Marvel and, of course, Vision. Thor’s Hammer is almost impossible to lift yet this synthezoid did it almost effortlessly. So why is the MCU doing him so dirty now? All the while fans are speculating about secret villains like Mephisto, but we’ll just have to wait and see.