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(Buzzfeed)   The latest episode of WandaVision was packed full of Easter Eggs and callbacks. 37 of them, in fact. Here's a guide to all of them (spoilers, obviously)   (buzzfeed.com) divider line
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2021-02-27 7:24:10 PM  
Wanda builds a 2 story house in ep 8. In ep 1 title sequence the house is one story with a different exterior. The interior is the same for both.  Noted at the time ep 1 house also has no interior stairs.
 
2021-02-27 7:28:37 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: Unbridled Apathy: Rewatching Ep. 8 again, two things I noticed:

The future home of Wanda & Vision is on Sherwood Drive, a probable reference to Sherwood Schwartz.

The marquee of the Cornet theater reads:
TANNHAUSER GATE
PUT THE FUN 1N DYSFUNCTION

Before it is transmuted to:
now showing
'BIG RED' color
'KIDNAPPED' color

Eh. I watched a Youtube video where all these were noted.


Well I'm gonna go to Youtube and post that I read it on Fark first.
 
2021-02-27 7:34:03 PM  

Mugato: FriarReb98: Well, I mean, Darcy went from being handcuffed to a chair to being an escape artist in chains

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No, actually Darcy is an interesting character. She sort of grounds the show as a regular person among all the crazy shiat going on around her. She sort of is a stand in for the audience, a common trope in stories like this.

/and she has big boobs


She lends herself to the big question I had this week - namely, what happened to everyone else (Viz, Darcy, Photon) while all the exposition was going on?
 
2021-02-27 7:38:51 PM  

Unbridled Apathy: Rewatching Ep. 8 again, two things I noticed:

The future home of Wanda & Vision is on Sherwood Drive, a probable reference to Sherwood Schwartz.

The marquee of the Cornet theater reads:
TANNHAUSER GATE
PUT THE FUN 1N DYSFUNCTION

Before it is transmuted to:
now showing
'BIG RED' color
'KIDNAPPED' color


Wait what now?
 
2021-02-27 8:31:24 PM  
I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.
 
2021-02-27 9:19:11 PM  

buntz: NeoCortex42: buntz: Like the aerospace engineer they teased at.
Then they reveal its some lady with a truck?

Did they though?  I got the impression that the woman she met with was given the plans from Monica, and wasn't actually the person that designed it.

Could be mistaken. I've only watched it the once.

Oh, I only watched it once too but she mentioned several times in a couple of episodes  "I'm going to meet my aerospace engineer friend" so then she said "we're here!" And a woman gave her the space truck!

Shrug.


The theory is that the truck lady is Monica's skrull friend from the captain marvel movie.
 
2021-02-27 9:40:10 PM  

Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.


Like Star Trek III
 
2021-02-27 9:53:40 PM  
For the finale I'm on the "Fassbender's magneto shows up from an alternate universe" train.

The tune in Agatha's lair that was an M AND in the shape of his helmet was too big of a sign to ignore...
 
2021-02-27 10:01:36 PM  

Darth Funjamin: Like Star Trek III


Well, he's not really dead you know?
As long as we remember him.
 
2021-02-27 10:25:30 PM  

Tarl3k: For the finale I'm on the "Fassbender's magneto shows up from an alternate universe" train.

The tune in Agatha's lair that was an M AND in the shape of his helmet was too big of a sign to ignore...


Agreed. The M helmet outline popped right at me. I dont think it means anything but it is there for a reason.
 
2021-02-28 12:00:04 AM  

wandero: Rent Party: I Iove this show, but I was lost in this last episode.  I get the bombing backstory, I just don't grok the whole Agatha thing.

She's the only person in Westview who wasn't either there to start with or a SWORD agent sucked into the Hex. She came on her own to figure out what was happening, because Wanda was exhibiting a ridiculous amount of power, and was only ever playing along with the Westview illusion.

Her theory, after pulling Wanda into a whole theater of the mind deal, is that Wanda was a minor magical talent that would've gone nowhere with it, but then she got tweaked by the Mind Stone. Now she's a chaos magician who can create entire people out of nowhere and warp a sizable chunk of local reality around her little finger.


And, if you go by the comics.... It's not just local reality she can alter. I mean, the way Agatha said The Scarlet Witch felt like an incantation. Kinda the same way you would refer to The Phoenix.
 
2021-02-28 12:03:56 AM  

Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.


Then you have "white Vision" (post credit scene) who is probably Ultron.
 
2021-02-28 12:08:40 AM  

buntz: Nothing is a spoiler if you don't know who anyone is!
I've been watching/enjoying it fine enough, but the whole Agnes/Agatha reveal isn't really revealing if you don't know who Agatha is to begin with!
Like the aerospace engineer they teased at.
Then they reveal its some lady with a truck?

Oh, ok, maybe in the comics she was a big deal, but to me, you teased at someone but all I got out of it was a lady with a truck!


That was a red herring.  They were teasing fans by making them think it was Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four.
 
2021-02-28 12:52:35 AM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: WilderKWight: Can we just make it illegal to have headlines on the internet that include the phrase "I am screaming" or "and I can't even" or anything like that?

F*cking Zoomers writing professionally like they're still 13 years old. No emojis in headlines, either.


And "what you need to know". I'm aware of what reading is, and the concept of articles. You don't need to tell me that you're going to tell me something.
 
2021-02-28 2:13:06 AM  

SuperSeriousMan: Incorrigible Astronaut: I've seen a few reviewers rag on the episode for essentially recapping the first seven,

As they once again miss the point of the show. Recap episodes are also a common TV trope that was (apparently a bit too subtlety) incorporated in Wandavision.

I am firmly convinced that all reviewers need to STFU until the series is complete. It's like critiquing a movie after 15 minutes. And then again after another 15 minutes. And so on. Wandavision has obviously been, from the very first episode, a series that can only be judged in its entirety.


Why, it's almost as if it was planned out and shot years in advance, leading into a greater network of continuity betwixt TV shows and movies based on decades of comics stories that have been condensed and streamlined for maximum emotional effect.

Yeah, I went there. I said "betwixt".
 
2021-02-28 2:17:26 AM  

Rent Party: I Iove this show, but I was lost in this last episode.  I get the bombing backstory, I just don't grok the whole Agatha thing.


As a (if not *the* most) powerful witch, she was attracted like a moth to the 'hex' that Wanda created, which she wants to understand and control - for her own ends. What's not to grok?

Even (and especially) if you're not familiar with the comics, this isn't rocket surgery or rocket magic, baby Wanda.
 
2021-02-28 2:33:24 AM  

Vermithrax Perjorative: born_yesterday: imaconnect4guy: Mind the Gap: Dr. Nick Riviera: FTA: "This was also the only time I wasn't violently weeping during the episode, so we are doing great."

Uh, what?  It's a 30 minute superhero TV show, not Schindler's List or Sophie's Choice.  Get ahold of yourself, woman.

It's a story about moving through the 5 stages of grief.  The writers just use a superhero setting to tell that story.

I think we all agree with that, but the insane overexagerration by the author of "violently weeping" for 30 minutes while watching the show is eye-rolling and something a high schooler would write.

If you don't end every episode with a gun in your mouth, you're a monster.

That's how dad taught me to watch tv!


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2021-02-28 2:38:31 AM  

Unbridled Apathy: Wanda builds a 2 story house in ep 8. In ep 1 title sequence the house is one story with a different exterior. The interior is the same for both.  Noted at the time ep 1 house also has no interior stairs.


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2021-02-28 2:41:06 AM  
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2021-02-28 2:47:40 AM  

Fano: Vermithrax Perjorative: born_yesterday: imaconnect4guy: Mind the Gap: Dr. Nick Riviera: FTA: "This was also the only time I wasn't violently weeping during the episode, so we are doing great."

Uh, what?  It's a 30 minute superhero TV show, not Schindler's List or Sophie's Choice.  Get ahold of yourself, woman.

It's a story about moving through the 5 stages of grief.  The writers just use a superhero setting to tell that story.

I think we all agree with that, but the insane overexagerration by the author of "violently weeping" for 30 minutes while watching the show is eye-rolling and something a high schooler would write.

If you don't end every episode with a gun in your mouth, you're a monster.

That's how dad taught me to watch tv!

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Jordy Verrill, you lunkhead.
 
2021-02-28 7:54:08 AM  

Unbridled Apathy: Wanda builds a 2 story house in ep 8. In ep 1 title sequence the house is one story with a different exterior. The interior is the same for both.  Noted at the time ep 1 house also has no interior stairs.


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2021-02-28 8:22:28 AM  

Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.


No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.
 
2021-02-28 8:29:34 AM  

scalpod: As a (if not *the* most) powerful witch, she was attracted like a moth to the 'hex' that Wanda created, which she wants to understand and control - for her own ends. What's not to grok?

Even (and especially) if you're not familiar with the comics, this isn't rocket surgery or rocket magic, baby Wanda.


The only thing I did get about it was the previous episode they told us it was Agatha all along!
Then this episode it wasn't!

They made it appear Agatha was responsible and making Wanda feel responsible.

Now they show minute by minute, detail by detail (it was like the phantom menace of episodes) how every single thing happened and how Wanda was responsible for everything.
 
2021-02-28 8:44:45 AM  

buntz: scalpod: As a (if not *the* most) powerful witch, she was attracted like a moth to the 'hex' that Wanda created, which she wants to understand and control - for her own ends. What's not to grok?

Even (and especially) if you're not familiar with the comics, this isn't rocket surgery or rocket magic, baby Wanda.

The only thing I did get about it was the previous episode they told us it was Agatha all along!
Then this episode it wasn't!

They made it appear Agatha was responsible and making Wanda feel responsible.

Now they show minute by minute, detail by detail (it was like the phantom menace of episodes) how every single thing happened and how Wanda was responsible for everything.


Agatha All Along was just saying she was responsible for the things Wanda tried to do or change, but failed. Like the magic act or Fake Pietro (Fietro).
 
2021-02-28 9:33:15 AM  

baron von doodle: Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.

Then you have "white Vision" (post credit scene) who is probably Ultron.


There's no personality in it at all.  Ultron wasn't just an inherent part of the material, and never fully inhabited that body anyway.
 
2021-02-28 9:40:39 AM  

taintbaggins: Wanda drives a Buick


It's either promotional or something rather innocuous.  Occam's razor tells me that she drives a Buick because she doesn't want to 'stand out', that she'd rather have what seems like a normal life. Also growing up in a very poor, war riddled country like Sokovia taught her the value of money.  Buick (nee GM) makes mostly decent to good vehicles for a reasonable price. Plus they don't stand out. Wanda seems to want that. Basically 'retiring' to a middle to lower class city like Westview also fits her personality.  Stark drives (drove...) an R8 V10 because it fits his personality, and Audi (nee Volkswagen) were important contributors to the bottom line for those earlier movies. He coulda drove a run-of-the-mill A5 but that's not Stark.
 
2021-02-28 9:45:08 AM  

Dr. Nick Riviera: FTA: "This was also the only time I wasn't violently weeping during the episode, so we are doing great."

Uh, what?  It's a 30 minute superhero TV show, not Schindler's List or Sophie's Choice.  Get ahold of yourself, woman.


While I do sort of agree with you regarding the hyperbole (30 minutes, really?), it it was a very emotional episode for me personally. I just lost my spouse a few months ago, unexpectedly and at far too young an age, and this series has had so many "rings true" moments regarding grief and loss of that kind.  So many times in television shows and movies the traumatic nature of grief doesn't quite come across as real, like the writers have heard about it but only experienced it in some minor form.  But not in this show, not for me, not for people who have experienced that sort of pain and loss.  If the writer of that article has experienced it in their own lives, then I totally understand how this episode could leave them in tears.  It's all about your personal experience and how you relate to the material you're watching.  The part when Wanda visits the home that Vision had bought for them smacked me real hard and did leave me in quite a state - my wife died not 10 minutes after we had put an offer on our "forever" home (and now here I am crying, leaving a comment about a comment about a superhero show about grief).  Myths and legends have always been away for humans two more fully understand and come to grips with the world around them in the world inside them.  Superheroes are just the latest iteration, but this sort of storytelling has literally been going on since we have been human beings.  In a way, it is these kinds of stories that make us human. Those kind of stories can be deep and profound, no matter what ridiculous costumes the characters are wearing.
 
2021-02-28 10:06:10 AM  
Show sucks, the premise was tired after 2 episodes, but the writing fails to persuade me to invest in... anything. Wanda and Vision just fail to click as a couple, because I simply don't believe that they love each other, I don't see the basis for their relationship even after seven episodes, the writing/directing sucks that much.  The writers know this so they rely on laugh tracks and hammy TV tropes to sell it, and ultimately just give up and have Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl) stand in for the audience and just tell us they belong together.
 
2021-02-28 10:20:56 AM  
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.
 
2021-02-28 10:28:00 AM  

deadsanta: Show sucks, the premise was tired after 2 episodes, but the writing fails to persuade me to invest in... anything. Wanda and Vision just fail to click as a couple, because I simply don't believe that they love each other, I don't see the basis for their relationship even after seven episodes, the writing/directing sucks that much.  The writers know this so they rely on laugh tracks and hammy TV tropes to sell it, and ultimately just give up and have Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl) stand in for the audience and just tell us they belong together.


You're one of those people who give up when things aren't absolutely perfectly what you want, aren't you? That's your loss. The show is farkin brilliant.
 
2021-02-28 10:39:43 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: [img.buzzfeed.com image 850x364]

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.


That's an octave of witches, instead of a coven, right?
 
2021-02-28 10:42:24 AM  

deadsanta: Show sucks, the premise was tired after 2 episodes, but the writing fails to persuade me to invest in... anything. Wanda and Vision just fail to click as a couple, because I simply don't believe that they love each other, I don't see the basis for their relationship even after seven episodes, the writing/directing sucks that much.  The writers know this so they rely on laugh tracks and hammy TV tropes to sell it, and ultimately just give up and have Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl) stand in for the audience and just tell us they belong together.


FAT Denning.  Wow, so brilliant.  Arsehole!
 
2021-02-28 10:46:26 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: Seven. Seven witches.


Also, Agatha's mom was a moron.  "Hey, seven of my sisters just shot you with blue lightning and it just made you more powerful as you drained them to death.  You know what?  I'm going to try exactly the same thing all by myself!"
 
2021-02-28 10:51:22 AM  

deadsanta: Show sucks, the premise was tired after 2 episodes, but the writing fails to persuade me to invest in... anything


I dunno, it won me over and I'm not exactly a drooling comic book fan.

Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl)

Those be fightin' words.
 
2021-02-28 10:56:53 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: [img.buzzfeed.com image 850x364]

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.


Agatha's mom and Agatha also count. There were 9 witches. Now there is Agatha.
 
2021-02-28 11:03:19 AM  

Darth Funjamin: Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.

Like Star Trek III


Well I'm sold. It worked for Spock, so by the transitive property of television logic... White vision vs Hex vision Superman 3 junkyard fight.

Agnes and Wanda have to use their powers to merge them maybe?

Somehow end up merging because can half a vision live without true love? We get a happy ending for Vision and Wanda and begin Phase 4 knowing Hayward is evil, but still running SWORD.

Then post credits sequence with Dr Strange and Spidey stinger!
 
2021-02-28 11:06:49 AM  

deadsanta: Show sucks, the premise was tired after 2 episodes, but the writing fails to persuade me to invest in... anything. Wanda and Vision just fail to click as a couple, because I simply don't believe that they love each other, I don't see the basis for their relationship even after seven episodes, the writing/directing sucks that much.  The writers know this so they rely on laugh tracks and hammy TV tropes to sell it, and ultimately just give up and have Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl) stand in for the audience and just tell us they belong together.


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2021-02-28 11:09:58 AM  

Quantumbunny: Herr Morgenstern: [img.buzzfeed.com image 850x364]

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.

Agatha's mom and Agatha also count. There were 9 witches. Now there is Agatha.


Do people really not get the reference? I thought nothing was obscure on Fark.

Family Guy 7 Prostitutes
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2021-02-28 11:12:30 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: Quantumbunny: Herr Morgenstern: [img.buzzfeed.com image 850x364]

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.

Agatha's mom and Agatha also count. There were 9 witches. Now there is Agatha.

Do people really not get the reference? I thought nothing was obscure on Fark.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-02-28 11:14:54 AM  

deadsanta: Kat Denning (More like FAT Denning, jesus girl) stand in for the audience and just tell us they belong together.


Really?
Really??

You just thought out that sentence and wrote it on the internet AND were proud of yourself for doing it?

Shame on you.
 
2021-02-28 11:29:47 AM  

BafflerMeal: Herr Morgenstern: Quantumbunny: Herr Morgenstern: [img.buzzfeed.com image 850x364]

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7!

Seven. Seven witches.

Agatha's mom and Agatha also count. There were 9 witches. Now there is Agatha.

Do people really not get the reference? I thought nothing was obscure on Fark.

[Fark user image 425x337]


Yes, I too read the article. I was making a joke about the number. What's your point?
 
2021-02-28 12:07:01 PM  

buntz: scalpod: As a (if not *the* most) powerful witch, she was attracted like a moth to the 'hex' that Wanda created, which she wants to understand and control - for her own ends. What's not to grok?

Even (and especially) if you're not familiar with the comics, this isn't rocket surgery or rocket magic, baby Wanda.

The only thing I did get about it was the previous episode they told us it was Agatha all along!
Then this episode it wasn't!

They made it appear Agatha was responsible and making Wanda feel responsible.

Now they show minute by minute, detail by detail (it was like the phantom menace of episodes) how every single thing happened and how Wanda was responsible for everything.


They showed how Wanda created the Hex.

"Agatha All Along" showed how she was responsible for everything that went wrong afterward.
 
2021-02-28 12:36:13 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.

No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.


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2021-02-28 12:38:25 PM  
I mistakenly thought there would eventually be a WandaVision discussion without someone bragging about giving up on the show early because of laugh tracks.
there's always next week.

I read a prediction earlier that when Paul Bettany teased that finale had a cameo of an actor "he'd always wanted to work with", he wasn't talking about Dr.Strange or either Magnito or Loki or whomever; he was talking about himself playing the White Vision.
Right now, my guess is there isn't a huge cameo in the finale, but I'll be bummed if Dr.Strange doesn't show up.
 
2021-02-28 12:47:04 PM  

SonOfSpam: Tyrone Slothrop: Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.

No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.

???
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2021-02-28 1:07:06 PM  

Aezetyr: taintbaggins: Wanda drives a Buick

It's either promotional or something rather innocuous.  Occam's razor tells me that she drives a Buick because she doesn't want to 'stand out', that she'd rather have what seems like a normal life. Also growing up in a very poor, war riddled country like Sokovia taught her the value of money.  Buick (nee GM) makes mostly decent to good vehicles for a reasonable price. Plus they don't stand out. Wanda seems to want that. Basically 'retiring' to a middle to lower class city like Westview also fits her personality.  Stark drives (drove...) an R8 V10 because it fits his personality, and Audi (nee Volkswagen) were important contributors to the bottom line for those earlier movies. He coulda drove a run-of-the-mill A5 but that's not Stark.


Could have just been a rental. Wanda didn't have a permanent address to register a car after Civil War because she and Vision were on the run, and then she was Snapped for five years, so it would be odd if she actually owned a car in the US.
 
2021-02-28 1:07:34 PM  

SonOfSpam: Tyrone Slothrop: Dr. Horrible: I couldn't help but notice that every single time Wanda uses her powers, the magical energy is red...except when she (re)creates Vision.  Then it's yellow.  That got me thinking...maybe when Wanda killed Vision, she absorbed (or copied) his mind/personality/essence/call it what you will.  Then later regurgitated it in Westview into a fake Vision constructed out of chaos magic.  So now we have fake magic Vision, who has Vision's personality, but who cannot exist outside the hex.  And we have White Vision, which is essentially Vision's original body, but whose mind is simply that of a cold emotionless automaton

So, if you put the mind and body back together...Vision is alive again in the MCU.

No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.

???
[Fark user image 527x527]


Spiderman Uncle ben meme
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2021-02-28 1:20:36 PM  

Your_Huckleberry: I mistakenly thought there would eventually be a WandaVision discussion without someone bragging about giving up on the show early because of laugh tracks.
there's always next week.

I read a prediction earlier that when Paul Bettany teased that finale had a cameo of an actor "he'd always wanted to work with", he wasn't talking about Dr.Strange or either Magnito or Loki or whomever; he was talking about himself playing the White Vision.
Right now, my guess is there isn't a huge cameo in the finale, but I'll be bummed if Dr.Strange doesn't show up.


That's very much in line with his sense of humor, too. I would almost put that as the betting favorite now.
 
2021-02-28 1:21:24 PM  
No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.

That's true in the actual books because they have to keep going for hundreds of years but in the movies characters pretty much stay dead unless there's a reboot or a flashback movie.
 
2021-02-28 2:10:17 PM  

Mugato: No one ever dies in superhero comics except Batman's parents and uncle Ben.

That's true in the actual books because they have to keep going for hundreds of years but in the movies characters pretty much stay dead unless there's a reboot or a flashback movie.


Or an unsap, or timetravel, or someone else takes up the mantle.

I think TV and animated films count, right?
 
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