The Return of Wanda and Vision

Madisen Rollins, Ads Manager

On Jan. 15, 2021, Marvel released the first episode of the highly anticipated TV mini series, WandaVision. It is streaming on Disney+, airing a new episode every Friday.

In the show you follow the relationship of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), both first appearing in the MCU universe in Avengers: Age of Ultron, through the decades in the sitcom style television series. Everything in their world seems as perfect as it can be, until things do not appear as it seems.

In 2019 Marvel revealed their plans for 2020 and 2021 with the start of the new phase, Phase 4. WandaVision was originally supposed to be the second tv show released by Marvel, but with the Corona virus the schedule changed. That is how it started off as the beginning to the new chapter of Marvel.

The show has left many questioning what the true meaning of the show is and when it is all taking place. Many of these questions are being asked due to the fact that Vision died in Avengers: End Game in 2019.

But one thing is for sure, we should never question Marvel, as they have everything planned out in advance.