As the first Disney+ series starring members of the big-screen Avengers, WandaVision serves as a bold step for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that will impact the direction of the franchise for Phases yet to come, but what of WandaVision’s own influences? There's a large list of comics to be read before WandaVision to enhance one’s viewing experience, and they stand as a true testament to the decades-worth of source material that the series warps and transforms into a new MCU chapter.
Whether it be Wanda Maximoff and Vision’s relationship, their would-be children, potential villains, or their domestic bliss in general, all the elements present in WandaVision spring from the pages of classic Marvel Comics. But much like the Scarlet Witch, the creative minds at Marvel Studios take a pre-existing reality and alter it to match their desires, with audiences at home the lucky beneficiaries of their story-weaving magic.
‘Nights Of Wundagore’ Marked The First Time Wanda Maximoff Broke Bad
‘The Vision And The Scarlet Witch' Vol. 1 Found The Couple Settling Down In The New Jersey Suburbs
With ‘Vision And The Scarlet Witch' Vol. 2, The Neighbors And The Twins Arrived
‘Vision Quest’ Ended With The Resurrection Of The Vision As A Colorless, Emotionless Husk
The Dark Nature Of The Twins Was Revealed In ‘Fragments Of A Greater Darkness,’ And Pandemonium Ensued
Wanda Attempted To Resurrect A Love Interest Under An Energy Dome In ‘…Always An Avenger!’