20 Easter Eggs And Hidden Details Fans Found In The First Two Episodes Of 'WandaVision'
The Disney+ series WandaVision is a sensation, even if fans are not exactly quite sure what they are watching (yet). The mysterious series brings the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the small screen, offering more questions than answers in its first few episodes. But thanks to eager fans, dozens of hidden details, Easter eggs, and fascinating connections to Scarlet Witch and Vision comics were uncovered in the first two episodes alone. Here is a look at what fans were able to uncover. Vote up your favorite finds.
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'Strucker: He'll Make Time For You'Photo: @ronan_quijencio / Twitter
Wolfgang von Strucker was an officer of HYDRA and the man who experimented on Wanda and her brother, Pietro.
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Hexagons Are EverywherePhoto: @MarveIFacts / Twitter
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'Indestructible Head'Photo: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Disney+ / Reddit
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Agnes And Ralph's Anniversary DatePhoto: @steven_becerel / Twitter
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Posted by @beymxtion:
On WandaVision second episode opening credits we can see "A57" a nod to [the comic] "Behold... The Vision!"
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The ToasterPhoto: Disney+
The Stark Industry's toaster has an ominous red blinking light, possibly like the Stark Industry's mortar shell device that landed next to her and her brother, resulting in severe childhood trauma.
Posted by elizabeth-olsen-source on Tumblr:
The Stark commercial break refers to two things: Avengers icon Tony Stark and his part in Wanda’s dark past. As Wanda and her twin brother, Pietro, explain in Avengers: Age of Ultron, their parents were killed by an explosive Stark Industries device, leaving the twins trapped under rubble. The Maximoffs were trapped by a Stark Industries shell for two days, expecting it to detonate before they get rescued. Even though Wanda eventually fights beside Tony in the future, there’s still some trauma from that experience and her brother’s death. If it weren’t for the Starks, Wanda could have been a completely different person.