‘WandaVision’ Episode 4 Explained

‘WandaVision’ Episode 4 Explained

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First of all, I love being right! I know I wasn’t the only one to believe everything was in Wanda’s head or a creation of Wanda’s in some way but I was still right! It was clear from the first episode of ‘WandaVision’ that Marvel wasn’t here to play around. But episode 4 is putting all of it’s siblings to shame. Episode 4 put them to bed and said don’t even worry about it sweetheart! Episode 4 is literally the Beyoncé to all of the Destiny’s children!   via GIPHY We start off the episode learning about Geraldine, a.k.a., Monica …

‘WandaVision:’ Marvel’s Exploration of Grief

‘WandaVision:’ Marvel’s Exploration of Grief

By the first episode, it’s quite easy to tell WandaVision is in a lane of its own. (Or, if you’re a MCU fanatic like me, you’ve noticed that since the trailer.) The obvious reasons are quite clear, Disney Plus’ latest hit show is an ultimate mind trip. With the breathing room that accompanies a television show, fans are able to get to the new Wanda and Vision better; while being greeted with elements of comedic relief plus dark moments. While I devoured the first two episodes last Friday, truthfully the scenes that left me with goosebumps and my mouth agape …

‘WandaVision’ Episode 1 and 2 Explained

‘WandaVision’ Episode 1 and 2 Explained

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The first two episodes of ‘WandaVision’ just hit Disney + and we’ve got some things to unpack! SPOILERS abound! You’ve been warned, so let’s get into it!     via GIPHY Episode 1: Episode 1 Girl, where you been?! We are re-introduced to Wanda and Vision who are just happily married and have moved to a new town. Just like the promos showed it’s black and white and the couple appear to be in the fifties on a “I Love Lucy”, ‘Bewitched”-esque show, with a laugh track to boot. It’s quite silly and sweet as they settle in and we …