Why the WandaVision Finale Is Not The End For Wanda or Vision | MCU Canon Fodder

The WandaVision Finale is finally here and Marvel Studios' first streaming show on Disney Plus definitely fulfilled the promise of large-scale Marvel action. WandaVision Episode 9 definitely answers all of our naggin questions like who is Evan Peters' Pietro REALLY? What is SWORD trying to accomplish and when will Monica Rambeau's superpowers re-emerge? But more importantly, this episode of WandaVision sets a new status quo for both Wanda and Vision. We'll share all the details plus all of the WandaVision Easter Eggs we found. So Join IGN producer Jesse B. Gill for this episode of Canon Fodder for the full WandaVision breakdown. Ever since the first WandaVision promo for the first ever Marvel series on Disney+, Marvel fans have pondered the reason why two Avengers are appearing in classic TV sitcoms. We are in the early days of Marvel phase 4, and we already know that since Avengers: Endgame, fans have longed for something new. Rockstars in the MCU like Elizabeth Olsen (a.k.a. Wanda a.k.a Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. The Scarlet Witch) and Paul Bettany (a.k.a. Vision a.k.a. White Vision have viewers scouring every frame of the series for Easter Eggs. The series' true villain, Agatha Harkness trolled all of us with a fake quicksilver WandaVision has actually answered a major question in an indirect way: No. Quicksilver will not be coming back. So if you watch WandaVision, or want WandaVision explained or like to check out the new WandaVision trailer or WandaVision trailers? Canon Fodder is the lore-focused explainer series for you.

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