MCU is larger, more wonderful and more bizarre now, thanks to WandaVision.
For someone unacquainted with MCU or comics, WandaVision, or a minimum of its first 3 episodes, seem to be a parody of time american sitcoms with an air of mystery encompassing it. and that reality alone speaks volumes concerning how far MCU has return.
Thanks to the incredible success Marvel Studios has had with its brand over the last twelve years, rather than doing constant hero’s journey over and all over again, Kevin Feige and other creatives that are in charge feel comfortable enough to push boundaries.
And so you get films like Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor: Ragnarok, that are a cut higher than the rest of superhero cinema however WandaVision blows everything else out of the water.
We are only a few of episodes in and it's clear that WandaVision isn't solely an intelligent television program that would have stood on its own feet if it had no MCU association (which can be said for only a few MCU films), it additionally satisfies hardcore fans of the universe because of many Easter eggs and subtle nods that a clue as to just what's going on.
WandaVision, formerly described as "half classic programme, half MCU spectacular," is a paean to classic sitcoms such as Lucy and the Dick Van Dyke Show. Created by Jac Schaeffer, it has Wanda Maximoff and Vision living idyllic lives in a very classic-comedy-show reality. They slowly however gradually begin to realise the tenuous nature of their world.
WandaVision is extraordinarily entertaining. it's a well-made, brightly written and acted show that goes all that approach in terms of its settings. for example, era-appropriateness isn't restricted to clothes and hairdos, but extends to humour and visual effects.
WandaVision is revolutionary also. it's possible going to inspire other writers to undertake to do something that's not ordinary. This show presents the just about limitless potential of the MCU, particularly when X-Men and Fantastic Four are going to come below the MCU umbrella.
Comics are where weird stuff really happens, and since Marvel Studios currently owns the rights to each Marvel character except Spider-Man and supporting characters, the execs now have the liberty select and choose distinctive storylines to make the most distinctive superhero TV shows and movies ever created.
Thanks to WandaVision, MCU is now larger, more fantastic and more strange.