WandaVision 7: Nexus, a post-credits scene, and the villain

We arrived at the beginning of 2000 with a chapter full of surprises, a great revelation and a very out of control Wanda.

WandaVision reached the new millennium and Wanda finally confesses that she controlled the expansion of The Hex into a Modern Family style confessional , where we can later see that she is beginning to lose her control over the events (control of Billy and Tommy’s video game is transforms into an Atari control and then e cards), perhaps because The Hex is too big now, and she’s definitely not sure what’s going on.

“Created by Wanda Maximoff “, this is how the series ends up confirming, with the opening credits, that it was definitely she who created that world that we have been seeing, and that now it has the shape of a traditional house and has a new circus full of actors who were sucked into The Hex when Wanda tried to save Vision from certain death.

Darcy does not remember who he is or that he was previously a SWORD agent , Billy and Tommy remember that their uncle Pietro talked about Vision dying again (and Wanda tells them not to trust him as he is not her uncle) and Wanda is turning mad with despair at not having answers at all (which makes Elizabeth Olsen able to continue exploring her great talent for comedy).

Things inexplicably turn around and Jimmy Woo and Monica Rambeau , who still have some allies, discover that Hayward was trying to revive Vision before Wanda stole it, possibly to use it as a weapon (and there we see a SWORD ship that is suspiciously similar to the one used in Ant-Man to travel to the Quantum Realm ). Also, Vision is wide awake, just like Darcy, the two know that Pietro is an impostor and Monica entered the Hex barrier again, changing her eye color which looks very similar to Spectrum’s eye color when use his powers.

But what is the most important of the chapter:

What is Nexus?

In the new WandaVision ad they show us a product called Nexus that supposedly helps to treat depression, and as with the rest of the ads, it is not a coincidence that it is called that.

Everything seems to point to Nexus being a reference to Age of Ultron, where NEXUS is an Internet hub in Oslo that Tony Stark visits when tracking down Ultron’s attempts to obtain nuclear codes. When Stark arrives at NEXUS , he discovers that JARVIS has survived Ultron’s attacks by dispersing across the Internet.

But the voice in the ad says “Are you feeling depression? Like the world goes on without you? Do you just want to be left alone? Ask your doctor about Nexus , a unique antidepressant that works to anchor you to your reality, or reality. of your choice. Side effects include: feeling your feelings, confronting your truth, seizing your destiny, and possibly more depression. You should not take Nexus until your doctor has cleared you to move on with your life. Nexus: Because the world doesn’t it revolves around you ”, which could mean that Wanda needs something to help her hold onto The Hex or get out of there.

Monica already Spectrum? Who is the villain?

Monica Rambeau has already passed through The Hex’s barrier 3 times , which has changed her molecular makeup and, as seen in the chapter, gives her the ability to resist Wanda’s powers, demonstrating energy control similar to that of the Hex. Spectrum character (which is the name Rambeau takes after using Captain Marvel), who is the heroine she becomes in the comics.

Monica is trying to calm Wanda down and convince her to finish off The Hex , but is suspiciously interrupted by Agnes, who for the first time seems to show her true intentions. Why does Agnes always appear at key moments? Everything could be more complicated than it appears.

In the midst of crisis, Wanda realizes that she has not seen her children since Agnes offered to take care of him, so she asks her about them and her friendly neighbor sends her to the basement, where we discover a dark passage that leads Wanda to what seems being a secret lair where Agnes finally reveals to him that she also has her magic.

The Revelation of Agatha Harkness

It is in that hallway that Agnes confirms that Agatha Harkness has been controlling The Hex from the beginning, manipulating Wanda and even creating the fake Pietro who appeared to stop a fight in which both she and Vision could have discovered the truth.

The post credits scene

In the most Marvel play that WandaVision has made, in the middle of the credits a scene appears in which Monica discovers Agatha Harkness’s basement, but then Pietro discovers her snooping where she shouldn’t and says: “Snoops are going to snoop, Huh? “

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