Volume 31



Wanda Vision Review

Coming to Disney Plus earlier this year, another TV show based on the esteemed Marvel Comics, the new hit TV series “WandaVision” brings a new refreshing plot to the table. Created by Jac Shaeffer and produced by Marvel Studios, the series stars Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) and Vision. It is set in place shortly after the plot of the extremely popular movie, “Avengers: Endgame.” Being in production for the past few years, “WandaVision” initially takes on the image of past sitcoms through different decades. As a smaller series, “WandaVision” season one will span for nine episodes of about 30-40 minutes. Disney+ has not yet announced a season two but more and more fans are craving for the release of a new one.

Coming in with a 92% Critic rating and an 80% audience rating according to Rotten Tomatoes, “WandaVision” received much praise from critics and audience alike for its exemplary acting and unique storyline. With its bold and abrupt twists and its mysterious, dark moments, “WandaVision” took a large risk with its screenwriting, resulting in an even larger masterpiece of a short series.

“WandaVision” has minimal, mindless brawling between superhumans, presenting a more intense psychological and emotional setting, which is precisely why “WandaVision” is very different and enjoyable than other superhero shows.

Personally, I really enjoyed this show because each episode had a new surprising aspect that added a lot of depth to the plot. Unlike some series, each episode provided immense meaning and suspense to hook you onto the next episode. The series starts off rather simple but increasingly becomes both intricate and cryptic. I admire how the series allowed other Marvel series to take off with new information that we have learned about the Marvel Universe. Overall, I believe this is one of the best shows right now to watch on Disney+ during quarantine.

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