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So, Wandavision?


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pukunui

Legend

time to go back and watch
EDIT: I see it! It’s like a man-shaped discoloration descending along the side of the mountain towards the back of Wanda’s cabin!
 
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Tonguez

A suffusion of yellow
My guess is that it'll continue on from WandaVision with Agatha trapped in Westview. There was still plenty of threads left open in that story.
Isnt the 'real' town released at the end of Wandavision? - and Agatha locked in her nosy neighbour non witch persona?

Its been pitched as a dark comedy though so perhaps being a clueless busybody in a town where SWORD is trying to deprogramme the victims of Wanda's sitcom-universe might be amusing to some?

Maybe something like Bewitched meets The Prisoner?

personally I'd prefer a prequel maybe set it in the 1950s as a post war Department of the Uncanny, as asit-com
 




I wonder if that means we'll see Agatha in one of the big phase 4 movies at some point. I mean they already have her walking around as a meet and greet character at some of the Disney parks.
 
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AcererakTriple6

Autistic DM (he/him)
I wonder if that means we'll see Agatha is one of the big phase 4 movies at some point. I mean they already have her walking around as a meet and greet character at some of the Disney parks.
I'm guessing that if that happens, she'll first appear in a post or mid-credit scene of Doctor Strange into the Multiverse of Madness.
 



Nellisir

Adventurer
I thought it was pretty grey whether Wanda was the hero or the villain throughout the show.

It's a hero broken/hero redeemed arc, and basically returns her to neutral. Hero goes bad for <reasons>; hero does <bad things>; hero realizes what they have done; deeper hidden villain is revealed to have orchestrated or taken advantage of <bad things>; hero undoes <bad things> at a personal cost to themselves that evokes or repeats <reasons>; hero retires from public eye to grieve and heal in a healthier manner.

The direct follow-up is: hero learns to deal with expanded <awareness &/or abilities>; hero may or may not take mentor; hero is called to battle once again, possibly to replace or repair mentor's actions; hero becomes peer of mentor or acknowledged "sage" or "experienced/older & wiser" character. At this point we've finished and returned to a stable status quo.
 

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