So that’s that. After nine weeks of plot twists, emotional gut punches and more catchy TV theme tunes than you can shake a spell at,
After eight episodes of being different and building hype WandaVision goes conventional for it’s sign-off. It still packs an emotional punch but the majority of
As the title suggests, we get a massive exposition dump with this episode. Everything that has led to this point is laid out for us
It’s episode six, we’re into the 90s, the sitcom has changed to ‘Malcolm In The Middle’, and Marvel answers the big question that everyone has
We are now five episodes in and, as the sitcom moves into the 80s, the answers are starting to come thick and fast. After last
Well… now that was some episode. Now that some of the veil has been lifted from our eyes thanks to the superlative fourth episode of
This episode should shut up the people who are complaining that the series is slow, that nothing is happening, that it doesn’t connect to anything.
Now that the show is in colour we step into the world of 70s sitcoms with a focus on the stylings of ‘The Brady Bunch’.
We dive back into the idealistic monochromatic world that Wanda and the Vision are trapped/living in and this episode goes full ‘Bewitched’ including an animated
After eighteen months without any Marvel Cinematic Universe content, their biggest break since their earlier years, we final get the debut of ‘WandaVision’ on Disney+.
Marvel Studios used their 30 second TV spot during the Superbowl to promote three of their upcoming Disney+ shows. We got our first look at