Ending hints from WandaVision: What Marvel Comics’ House of M might suggest for Scarlet Witch
The House of M plotline in Marvel comics may provide WANDAVISION conclusion clues.
Marvel Studios’ debut Disney+ show is a bold entry into Phase 4 of the MCU. Despite dying in Avengers: Infinity War, Vision married Scarlet Witch, and the two are now living in a 1950s Pleasantville-style sitcom universe that is progressively progressing through the decades. Fans have been wondering what’s going on, and the House of M narrative in Marvel comics may contain the key to WandaVision’s conclusion.
During the first episode of WandaVision, a bottle of Maison du Mépris red wine is poured.
This translates to House of Contempt in English, and given the French word starts with M, we can conclude Marvel Studios is referring to the House of M narrative.
Scarlet Witch is a mutant member of the X-Men who can control reality in both the comics and the movies.
Wanda used her tremendous power to build a new universe as a way of dealing with trauma and resurrecting her lost children in House of M.
WandaVision is a combination of House of M and another Marvel Comics plot, The Vision, according to Paul Bettany, who spoke with Variety.
“We talked about two comic book storylines that I truly enjoy: House of M and The Visions,” the 49-year-old stated.
“It’s a narrative about Vision trying to start a family in the suburbs, and it’s a mash-up of them.”
“As well as a loving look at American sitcoms over the course of the American century. “I’m in!” I exclaimed.
Scarlet Witch will be in deep mourning after Vision died in Avengers Infinity War and was revived shortly after his death (from her perspective) in Avengers Endgame.
WandaVision’s idealized 1950s sitcom world appears to be her method of dealing with bereavement.
Fans believe it was Randall Park’s Agent Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and The Wasp, who may now be working for S.W.O.R.D., who tried to reach her on the radio in episode 2.
Is there any further information in the House of M comic about WandaVision’s conclusion?
Wanda undid her counterfeit world and restored Earth-616 in House of M, although she depowered the majority of the mutant population.
The reason for this was because she was enraged by her father Magneto’s infatuation with “Brinkwire Summary News.”