Review: Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’

Review: Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’
Posted on 01/21/2021
Review: Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’Review: Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’
Michale Keefe
Staff Writer
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Wanda and Vision just want to live a normal life in the suburbs without being known as superheroes. Marvel's newest production is 'WandaVision', a show that is only streaming on Disney+. The first season debuted January 15 only has two episodes but as time goes on more episodes will be added, just like how in the 'Madolorian' when the new season was dropped only a couple of episodes came out.

Wanda and Vision are based on a cheesy 50s TV show that is all black and white. They play as a married couple trying to fit in with everyone else. Hiding that their superheroes is the biggest conflict. Early in episode 1 the  neighbor visits when they first move in and the disguise begins.

Vision has a job that he goes to and he helps his company by doing all the work. As their time went on Dottie, Wanda's friend, was at lunch with her who is very skeptical about Wanda and Vision. She asks who they are, when a mystery man on the radio started saying Wanda's name blew up and hurt Dottie. This is when Wanda came more aware of her surroundings.

My first thoughts on the new series is that I like how it is different compared to the normal Marvel action movies we know to this day. This shows who the characters are and see a different side to their character from their action and all serious side it shows us the real character.

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