Entertainment 'WandaVision' finally gives Wanda her Marvel superhero name and fans are overjoyed
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- Warning: There are spoilers ahead for the eighth episode of "WandaVision."
- Agatha Harkness calls Wanda the Scarlet Witch on the final moments of the episode.
- Fans have been waiting for this moment since Wanda joined the MCU in "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Well, Jimmy Woo.
Instead, Agatha Harkness, agitated that Wanda's powerful magic comes to her naturally and without rhyme or reason, gives the Avenger her Marvel alias - the Scarlet Witch.
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"This is chaos magic, Wanda, and that makes you the Scarlet Witch," Agatha says near the end of "" eighth episode.
The title isn't said fondly. It's given to Wanda as more of a scarlet letter to bear.
But that didn't matter to fans.
Many have just been waiting week in and week out since "WandaVision" debuted to see if we may ever hear Wanda Maximoff called the Scarlet Witch, especially after she dressed as her.
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Chaos Magic isn't a phrase Agatha is merely throwing around, by the way. It's a really powerful form of magic (as we saw on Friday's episode). In the comics, as we've mentioned before, Agatha eventually helps Wanda learn how to control her magic.
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It definitely doesn't look like Agatha is going to be ready to train Wanda any time soon.
Currently, Agatha's upset because, as she explains to Wanda, the abilities she has are supposed to be a myth. Somehow Wanda's able to spontaneously create life, referencing her two very real twin boys, Tommy and Billy. However, instead of harnessing her powers for something great, she's using them to play house in a fantasy reality.
It's extremely frustrating to Agatha who is bothered that this young woman has powers that could far exceed hers if properly controlled or channeled.
While Friday's penultimate episode of "WandaVision" finally gave us the backstory on how the Westview anomaly came to be (, Wanda created an alternate reality as a coping mechanism after Vision's death), it didn't bring us any closer to telling us what Agatha wants with Wanda or her powers.
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It's obvious that Agatha is interested in how Wanda's magic works, but it's not clear what she may want that knowledge for.
While Friday's episode did show us that Wanda's twins are apparently alive (for now anyway), it didn't show us what happened to Monica since she was caught snooping at the end of episode seven by Pietro (or as Agatha called him fake Pietro/Fietro).
A mid-credits scene also added another wrinkle into the complicated story. S.W.O.R.D. director, and our other low-key "WandaVision" antagonist, Tyler Hayward, was finally successful in bringing the dead Vision's body back to life, except for one thing. He's devoid of color. (Creepy!)
What does that mean for Wanda, fake Vision, Agatha, Monica, and the residents of Westview? Probably not anything good.
Hopefully,come to a satisfying conclusion on next week's finale. More likely than not, it will leave us anxiously awaiting the "Doctor Strange" sequel, in which Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda is expected to appear.
Marvel is going back to print on comics that sold out thanks to WandaVision craze .
Tom King's 'Vision' series, James Robinson's 'Scarlet Witch' book, and more 'WandaVision'-related comics are headed back to press. Your browser does not support this video EW has confirmed that Marvel has been going back to press for new print runs of Vision by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Scarlet Witch by James Robinson and various artists, and Vision and Scarlet Witch by Steve Englehart and artists like Don Heck and Bill Mantlo, among other comics.