The highly anticipated second season of WandaVision has finally arrived, and it has been a wild ride. The show has been full of twists and turns, and fans have been left with plenty of questions. Now that the season is over, let’s take a look at some of the biggest questions that have been answered.
First, we finally know the identity of the mysterious villain, Agatha Harkness. Agatha is a powerful witch who has been manipulating Wanda and her reality for her own gain. She has been manipulating Wanda’s reality in order to gain access to the powerful Chaos Magic.
Second, we now know the fate of Vision. After being killed by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, Vision was brought back to life by Wanda using Chaos Magic. However, he was not the same Vision that we knew before. He was a version of Vision created by Wanda using her own memories and emotions.
Third, we now know the fate of Wanda’s twin sons, Billy and Tommy. After being born in the Hex, they were taken away by Agatha and placed in a pocket dimension. However, Wanda was able to rescue them and bring them back to the real world.
Finally, we now know the fate of Wanda and Vision’s relationship. After a tumultuous season, the two were able to reconcile and move forward together.
Overall, the second season of WandaVision has been a wild ride. It has answered many of the questions that fans have had since the first season, and it has set up a lot of exciting possibilities for the future of the MCU.
With its unique blend of sitcom and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, WandaVision captivated audiences with its Season 1 finale. Now that the show’s sophomore season is here, here are all the biggest questions answered!
We are now in possession of the answer to the show’s central mystery: Is Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) a heroine or a villain, or something in between? Season 2 of WandaVision reveals that the real answer is a bit more complicated. Wanda is neither a hero nor a villain — she’s an unsuspecting victim of a powerful dark magic, manipulated by outside forces. She’s been filled with tremendous grief and trauma, and is merely trying to build a life for herself and her family.
The show’s main antagonist, Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn), is revealed as the one who caused the chaos in Westview. Her ultimate goal is to use Wanda’s power — an affinity with Chaos Magic — to become a powerful being. Fortunately, Wanda is able to fight back and save Westview from certain disaster.
We now know the backstories of Wanda and her children, Vision (Paul Bettany) and Tommy (Jett Klyne). Wanda gave them both life with the power of Chaos Magic, but they are still not superhuman. They simply grew up at an accelerated rate, further complicated by Vision’s resurrection.
One of the bigger questions of the season is who exactly is the elusive “Boogeyman” — who was even mentioned in the show’s Season 1 finale? We get our answer in the form of an interdimensional being called Mephisto, a powerful being with an agenda of his own. We don’t know his exact plan yet, but it’s surely something sinister.
The show also answers the question of what will happen now that Wanda’s family are out of the Hex. The answer: they will go on a journey of self-discovery, learning more about not just about their newfound powers, but their newfound humanity as well.
These answers from WandaVision’s second season provide a satisfying conclusion to the show’s first season, while giving fans an exciting look at what’s to come. With these questions answered and more on the horizon, we can’t wait to see what comes next for WandaVision!