WandaVision Updates: In this amazing WandaVision fusion edit, Darcy Lewis and Jimmy Woo tune into Agents of SHIELD. WandaVision, the first MCU-set series headed to Disney+, will follow a traditional sitcom style to tell the plot, Marvel fans were shocked to hear.
Indeed, WandaVision’s first three episodes each took on the themes of tv comedies from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. When they settle into the idyllic town of Westview, the series follows Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany). Their new life is built like a sitcom, but there’s something totally different with their setting.
WandaVision will begin to leap over the decades in the coming weeks. Interestingly enough, to review history, this will be the second Marvel presentation in the past year.
SHIELD Agents aired their seventh and final season last year, capping it off with an Easter-egg-packed journey into the past. Any of the time spans of SHIELD’s Agents have lined up with WandaVision’s, such as the 50s and 70s, making it very convenient for the two Marvel shows to establish ties.
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Sarie, one of the SHIELD fan agents on social media, surely leaped on the chance to merge the two tv series. Episode 4 of WandaVision showed Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) and Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) enjoying the sitcoms produced inside the Westview bubble somehow.
These edits, however, replace WandaVision with SHIELD agents, and it works very well, unexpectedly. One highlight is Darcy reporting on Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), who is expected to be dead in the broader MCUshocking,’s presence. Find out both of the edits.
Thanks to the correct launch of Blade, the SHIELD-Esque agency struggling to find out exactly what is going inside Westview, WandaVision’s most recent episode attracted lots of other parallels to Agents of SHIELD.
At multiple points in their run, SHIELD agents tried to use Blade but were stopped by Marvel from doing so. Fans have wondered after the end of SHIELD whether characters like Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennet) could join SWORD in the future. Having her playing with Darcy and Jimmy would be a lot of fun, wouldn’t it?
There do not appear to be any official arrangements for this presently. That’s why edits like the ones above are so enjoyable since they allow fans the ability to put SHIELD and SWORD together in a way that in the real MCU seems impossible.
In a way, WandaVision is like Phase 4 SHIELD Agents, in the sense that it’s the first TV show in Marvel’s latest TV program. It is fun to see the similarities between the two, and while fans wait to find out whether the Agents of SHIELD characters will have more life, they can enjoy such developments as the ones above.
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