Ok so WandaVision finale.
I have questions. Like what happened to white vision???? Also I’m really concerned about Wanda reading the darkhold, that end credits was decidedly ominous.
Anyway, my heart was shattered with losing Vision and the kids. Dammit I was worried about that. I’d hoped that “magic of creation” might have meant that even if Vision was sustained by the hex, that perhaps the kids were real. Seriously though hasn’t Wanda lost enough? The sheer courage she had to give them up to free everyone from the hex, when she hadn’t meant to do it in the first place, one moment of overwhelming grief and bam.
I know that in the hex the townspeople were suffering. That was bad and I feel very sorry for them. I’m not saying they should forgive Wanda, she hurt them and that was wrong, but I do hope they understand that it wasn’t malicious. The moment Wanda understand the impact she was having on others she ended it. She gave them their lives back. You could argue that her family weren’t real but they were real to Wanda. Vision was made from her love, and so were their kids.
So yeah that was super sad.
I’m still super bummed by “Ralph” aka fake!Pietro. Why? Why? WHY? They could have cast anybody to be the fake brother in the scenario they played, making it Evan Peters made it seem like there was more to it. It raised expectations, it certainly raised my hopes, and then that was it? I really, really hope that it’s not. Like there had to have been more to it. Please let there have been more to it. I won’t even be mad if the writers goofed, just thought it would be fun, and are now going “oh shit” at the reaction. Just let them fix it in a later instalment. Let them tie it into the multiverse how it should always have been.
Does Monica still have her powers? Everything else transformed back to how it was when the hex receded. Did Monica? They didn’t show us so I don’t know. I am thrilled though at the teaser that we’re going to see more of her, as she’s going to head up to join Nick Fury in space skrull land. Did anyone else think that skrull resembled Talos’ daughter? I mean Monica’s all grown up now, so it stands to reason she is as well.
Right so in conclusion. This show got better as it went along. I wasn’t convinced by the first couple of episodes. They were too wacky for me, too disconnected, but once the plot got going whoah – awesome.
I’d now say that The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has a fair bit to live up to 🙂
nerdramblings101 said: why does The Falcon and The Winter Soldier have to live up to WandaVision?
galactic-pirates said: @nerdramblings101 that was my way of saying I thought WandaVision was good. It set a pretty high standard. So I’m hoping the next Marvel Disney+ series will be just as good. I confess The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is the series I’ve been most looking forward to anyway. So I guess I’m a bit nervous it won’t live up to hype. But WandaVision won me over. So I just need to have faith I guess 🙂