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Wanda: So how have you and your brother gotten along?
Billy: Uh, my relationship with Tommy is complicated. One minute I’m about to strangle him with his own intestines, the other we’re singing dramatic duets together in karaoke bars.
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clakearts · 9 months ago
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“family is forever”
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erosia-rhodes · 9 months ago
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Fighting informs character
One of things I loved about the WandaVision finale is that each character’s personality was revealed through the way they fought.
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Vision talks his way into victory over White Vision because he’s intellectual and analytical.
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Wanda uses Agatha’s vanishing technique and the woman’s runes to defeat her because Wanda’s a fast learner and clever.
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Agatha uses Wanda’s kids against her and hits her in the back because she fights dirty and is villainous.
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Monica would literally take a bullet for someone because she’s selfless and heroic.
Fighting should always reveal character and this episode did it so well!
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lazykcdoodler · 9 months ago
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What I’m expecting from the last episode of WandaVision:
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(Based on that one panel from Tom King’s Vision series, lol).
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we-are-all-mephisto · 9 months ago
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Also I want to talk about my favorite moment of the Finale
Because despite how amazing it was it’s not this:
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not this:
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This:
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Or even this:
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It’s this:
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Watching this scene, I was shocked that Wanda kept missing her target. Unlike casting spells, thowing energy blasts is something Wanda clearly knows how to do, so why would she miss? The clever reason, because she wasn’t trying to hit Agatha. She knew she couldn’t overpower Agatha, she didn’t have the training and she didn’t have the skill. But what she did have was the most basic element of witchcraft, which Agatha stupidly taught her during a classic Villain monologue. And she took that knowledge and she made it her own. Talk about raw magic all you want, but even before the mind stone Wanda had the potential to be an amazingly powerful witch, and this scene just proves that all over again. 
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