Marvel’s WandaVision first streamed on Disney+ in 2021, and received unrivaled acclaim among the MCU miniature spinoff series’. Popular both among award nominations, and among die-hard fans of the franchise, WandaVision detailed the journey of Wanda Maximov coming to terms with the loss of the love her life: Vision.


In her overwhelming grief, her magic created an artificial world to protect her mental state, and within that space she and Vision lived a suburban life, joined a community, raised a family, and lived in relative peace, but there were always signs of the outside world creeping in and threatening to tear apart their happiness. Especially when characters like Wanda’s brother Quicksilver (Evan Peters) suddenly emerged, having previously died in Age of Ultron. Another example is that the interfering neighbor is found out to be Agatha Harkness, a witch who practices dark magic, and has also been green-lit for her own spin-off project, Agatha: Coven of Chaos.

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WandaVision ended with Maximov’s realization that she had created the illusion of her perfect life and family, and that none of it existed (or at least not in this timeline/universe). She broke into the facility to see the S.W.O.R.D team experimenting on the parts of Vison’s physical form that had been left over after the defeat of Thanos.

White Vision in Westview Library during the final episode of WandaVision

This new version of Paul Bettany’s Vision character, known as White Vision, had many of the same characteristics as the previous rendition, but had none of the same memories or emotions, until the two versions of himself clashed in the ultimate duel, and White Vision was able to get a glimpse of all of the moments he had shared with Wanda, that had brought him to where he was now. His final line in the series, “I am Vision” was a pretty resounding hint that his story would continue, and it is thought that the new Disney+ spinoff series will pick up from this exact moment, exploring his next chapter. The Vision series, currently in the works, is known as Vision Quest.

Vision’s series will focus on his journey to regain his memories and rediscover both the parts that he played in Avengers: Infinity War, as well as what part he still has yet to play in the fate of the world. In many senses, the series could be the perfect follow-up to WandaVision, because it presents an opportunity for the characters to find closure and comes to terms with what happened to them, but also for the fans to see if these most beloved marvel heroes will finally get the happy ending they deserve.

Most of the Avengers from the earliest phase of the MCU got endings that truly befitted their characters – Captain America got to go back and have his dance with Peggy, Black Widow got to give her life to protect those she loves, Hawkeye did actually get home in time for Christmas with his family, and even Thor found a new contentment in saying goodbye to Jane and raising his new prodigy Love. But Wanda and Vision are still yet to find the ending that sees them together and healing from all of the pain of their combined past – that is, if Wanda returns.

Wanda in Multiverse of madness

During Multiverse of Madness, Wanda became a very uncharacteristic villain, who was so consumed by the grief and the loss of her family, that she was willing to kill whoever she needed to kill in order to get it back, even if that meant literally splitting the universe open. However, she realized the error of her ways in her final moments, when she saw the fear on her children’s faces from an alternate reality, and it reflected back at her what a monster she had become. She subsequently chose to give her life in order to set right the damage she had done. But one thing Multiverse demonstrated is that there are several different versions of each self for every character, and that just because the Wanda from this MCU seems to have died, doesn’t mean that there can’t be an alternate Wanda who gets the happy ending with White Vision.

Wanda Vision sit-com style

Fans can expect Vision Quest to present this opportunity, and could definitely learn from some of the creative stylistic choices of WandaVision that made the series so popular. The sitcom-style formatting of the show allowed for some serious and heartbreaking subject matter to be explored in a way that was unique, engaging, and fun for audiences to watch, whilst the encroaching elements of danger that appeared in certain scenes gave hints at a far more complex and in-depth world. As Vision himself is a multi-layered and interesting character, fans are excited by the possibility of a series that can take all the things they loved from WandaVision to a whole new level.

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