Spoilers for the latest episode of WandaVision! Be warned if you haven’t seen the brand new Halloween Spooktacular yet!
It is interesting to note that in the sixth episode of the series there are two distinct moments when the characters make boring references to Nightmare. Of course, they are not talking about the character himself – at least not yet – but rather using the word in casual conversation. This is the last case we think has anything to do with Wanda and the introduction of the big bad guy.
The moment Wanda and Quicksilver (Evan Peters) sit in the town square during a Halloween party. They are sensual when Pietro says he knows something about what’s going on. He knows that the children in the town square have not always been there, so he explicitly asks his sister where he keeps them.
He speculated that they were asleep and applauded his sister for the decision to keep the families in WandaWorld. He even went so far as to say that what Wanda is doing here is much better than “giving people nightmares” and pulling the “red hairs” out of their hands.
Children were the biggest stumbling block in the whole series. In the beginning, the adults in town kept shouting things like “For the children,” even though there were no children to be seen. Suddenly, Tommy and Billy were born. In episode five, Vision explicitly asks Wanda where all the children are in Westview, and an episode later, the town is suddenly overrun with children.
Perhaps Wanda was in control of this whole beginning, and her actions led a character like Nightmare to go to the other side. After all, the character is similar to Freddy Krueger in that he attacks through portals in the dream dimension. If an entire city kept children asleep for an extended period of time, someone like Nightmare might realize that this would be the opportunity to move from the dream dimension to the main reality of Marvel’s film universe.
It remains to be seen who Nightmare is – if the character turns out to be in the show. It could be Agnes (Kathryn Hahn), because she was on the outskirts of town, near Ellis Avenue. Earlier in the episode, Wanda warned her children not to drive by. Maybe it’s Pietro, because he clearly knows a lot more than anyone else in town.
Either way, it’s likely that Wanda’s actions will bring out the next big bad guy in Marvel.
The first six episodes of WandaVision are now airing on Disney+.
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Frequently asked questions
What was Wanda doing with the Avengers?
her manipulation of energy now allows her to violently manipulate its density when fighting vision. In Avengers: Infinity War, Wanda is now able to throw energy bolts. Vision reveals that Wanda can use her powers to destroy the spirit stone, which she later does.
How did Wanda get her MCU skills?
When they awaken the witch years later, they both voluntarily submit to genetic experiments overseen by the Hydra Baron, Wolfgang von Straker, who uses Loki’s scepter to possibly give them powers. Wanda is one of the few survivors of these experiments, along with her brother, and she has discovered several abilities about herself.
How powerful is the Scarlet Witch MCU?
Wanda possesses an incredible power of chaos magic. Wanda’s power can distort reality and existence, which can lead to the total destruction of the cosmos. According to S.H.I.E.L.D., Wanda’s mutagenic power is 9.3. Wanda is also a class 5 mutant of Iron Man and an Omega-level mutant.
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