Wandavision

wwkirk

Celestial
I like how the story is developing. It seems clear that it has all been mapped out.
Initially, the show had the quality of a comedy/satire, but no longer.
 

wwkirk

Celestial
Latest episode is very good. A lot is brought out into the open.

I'm impressed at Disney's ability to produce or facilitate quality adult-oriented programming (this and The Mandalorian, plus whatever else I don't know about), over and beyond their traditional kids & family fare.
 

nivek

As Above So Below
I still haven't watched any of this series yet, I will soon though...

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A New 'WandaVision' Fan Theory Explains How Vision Is Actually Still Alive

For all of WandaVision's mysteries, cameos, and waves of nostalgia, one thing is becoming painfully clear: This show is dark. Like, really dark. Look no further than an animated child rotting to death in last week's episode if you need any evidence.

We could write 10,000 words about all the cringey implications of Wanda Maximoff trapping possibly hundreds of people in a terminal state of mind control. But for today's purposes, let's focus on one question: How did Wanda bring Vision—the guy Thanos killed in Avengers: Infinity War—back to life? The show told us that Wanda did a big no-no and stole Vision's dead corpse from the facility where it was being protected. So it's currently assumed that she simply reanimated the body in her sitcom world, meaning that it would crumble outside of it—a process we began to see in Episode 6 when Vision briefly leaves Westview. But is there any way Vision could be truly alive, without the continuing help of Wanda's powers?

A new fan theory by Reddit user Gwfun22 might've just cracked the mystery. And it involves time travel! Duh. There's not too much to this theory, but it makes perfect sense. The gist? Wanda time-travels back to 2012 (i.e. the events of the first Avengers movie), finds Loki, and asks him to snag the mind stone. When she returns to her reality, she shoves the mind stone back in Vision's head and wakes him up in sitcom world so he doesn't know what the hell happened. Here's how the Reddit user put it:

Ok so the re-animating is starting to make less sense, but how is Vision alive and moving? Well it’s quite simple. With the help of the Time Traveling devices from Endgame and 2012 Loki, Wanda could get another mind stone. The time traveling device could get Wanda back to 2012 and to Loki. Loki can then get Wanda a mind stone from his reality. Wanda can then go back to her reality, steal the Vision’s corpse, create the hex, place the mind stone inside of Vision’s body, and poof. The sitcom WandaVision was created.
The user also points out that when Vision left Westview in the last episode, we briefly see him fully intact—bright yellow mind stone and all. At the very least, it's possible that Vision is alive for good. And we know Marvel has pulled far more ridiculous stunts involving time travel already. Plus, in these superhero stories, we know very well that no one ever really dies.

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wwkirk

Celestial
The current episode (#7) has
Who the villain of the series actually is
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nivek

As Above So Below
We Finally Know How Vision Is Alive in 'WandaVision'

(Link contains spoilers)

What really happened is that Wanda, dealing with her grief following the death of both Vision and Tony Stark, went to attempt to retrieve Vision's body in order to give him a funeral. She went to Hayward's office, who wouldn't allow her to take his body; she went up to his corpse, being torn apart and attempted to used as a weapon, and suggested that she felt none of the usual warmth that she previously felt. She left with only herself—Hayward's story was a lie.

However, when Wanda got to Westview, NJ, she drove through the small town and was able to picture a life for her and Vision in the small town. When she got to the site of a house Vision envisioned the two of them growing old in (she had a note) her combination of rage and trauma let a wicked wave of her red chaos magic flow out.


As her magic built a house around her and transformed the entire town into one modeled after the sitcoms she grew up loving, she was also able to entirely create a new, living Vision. This is why Vision remembered nothing from before Westview: Wanda literally created him from nothing, using chaos magic. We should have known that Wanda was able to create Vision just how she created Tommy and Billy, but it never came over us.

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wwkirk

Celestial
We Finally Know How Vision Is Alive in 'WandaVision'

(Link contains spoilers)

What really happened is that Wanda, dealing with her grief following the death of both Vision and Tony Stark, went to attempt to retrieve Vision's body in order to give him a funeral. She went to Hayward's office, who wouldn't allow her to take his body; she went up to his corpse, being torn apart and attempted to used as a weapon, and suggested that she felt none of the usual warmth that she previously felt. She left with only herself—Hayward's story was a lie.

However, when Wanda got to Westview, NJ, she drove through the small town and was able to picture a life for her and Vision in the small town. When she got to the site of a house Vision envisioned the two of them growing old in (she had a note) her combination of rage and trauma let a wicked wave of her red chaos magic flow out.


As her magic built a house around her and transformed the entire town into one modeled after the sitcoms she grew up loving, she was also able to entirely create a new, living Vision. This is why Vision remembered nothing from before Westview: Wanda literally created him from nothing, using chaos magic. We should have known that Wanda was able to create Vision just how she created Tommy and Billy, but it never came over us.

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I don't how much you looked into the matter, but
Vision's original body was resurrected, though possibly without a "soul."
 

nivek

As Above So Below
I don't how much you looked into the matter, but
Vision's original body was resurrected, though possibly without a "soul."

The
white Vision, I wonder which is more powerful or would they be equal in might?
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