The finale features two battles over power and identity for Wanda and Vision. It’s not a perfect ending, but it sets up the future very well.
Yes, it was Agatha Harkness all along, but she wants to know why Wanda’s so powerful. A trip down memory reveals a lot, including a bigger threat outside of Westview.
The real villain is finally exposed, although it is who some expected.
Vision and Darcy finally meet and wonder how to wake Wanda up, and Monica enters the Hex World again, and is never the same again.
Everyone is talking about how this week’s episode ends, but the real issue is that Wanda’s sitcom world is starting to crack. Even Vision wonders if Westview is real.
Meanwhile, SWORD’s boss sees Wanda as an enemy. It leads to a very bad decision, and a tense meeting with Wanda herself.
The Marvel Universe has returned at Disney Plus with WandaVision. Why are Wanda and Vision in a black and white sitcom world? The first two episodes reveal a few clues, but the real story is just beginning
The first season of The Mandalorian ended with one last battle over Baby Yoda–and a new mission for the bounty hunter.
Disney Plus has its first big hit in “The Mandolorian”, about a bounty hunter who has a very valuable item a lot of people want. The first two episodes feature the “asset” and its true power. It’s also very cute