After 13 years of established canon, What If…? gives viewers a glimpse into the richness of the Marvel Multiverse
Luckily, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier did not serve as the debut to the MCU gracing the silver screen, else Marvel’s grand TV plans may have found themselves dead in the water.
Marvel’s latest televisual creation is less creatively groundbreaking than predecessor WandaVision, but continues the trend of exploring the value of quiet, emotional moments in amongst the blockbuster action
MCU’s first TV series comes to a spectacular close, as Wanda finally confronts what she’s been running from all along.
“Previously On” circles its attention back on the woman in the centre of the madness, in the most emotional the MCU has ever been.
WandaVision delivers its most game-changing cliffhanger yet.
WandaVision continues to intrigue, as Episode 6 sets up brilliant conflict to come, while also conjuring a host of additional questions.
Worlds continue to collide, as reality bleeds through into Wanda’s utopian dream, while a surprise cameo has potentially universe-changing effects.
WandaVision takes a break from Westview’s constructed reality to inject some MCU-style narrative drive
The latest instalment of MCU’s first foray into television propels the plot forward with some thrilling, intriguing moments that threaten to shatter Wanda’s perfect reality
WandaVision finds the most powerful Avenger in a most unexpected situation