Ever wondered what was so important that the rest of the Avengers conveniently didn’t show up to help Spidey when Elementals wreaked havoc?
Well, the recent episode of WandaVision may have answered that question and a lot more about the Spider-Man sequel.
Aftermath of Endgame
With the fourth episode out on Disney Plus brought a shift in perspective. We directly saw the events happening immediately after the snap. The series pickup later after three weeks where Jimmy Woo and Rambeau investigate the missing town of West View.
Now, if you remember correctly, Spider: Far From Home took place months after the death of Tony Stark and Endgame. That now puts WandaVision ahead of it. This might also be the reason why Talos and Soren believed in Mysterio’s claim of being from one of the multiverses.
Yes, if it were Fury, he would’ve definitely seen through the act, but the bastard thought he could take a mini virtual vacation instead of attending to the issue himself, so boo hoo!
Where are the remaining Avengers?
Now comes another dialogue from Agent Hill. Well, it was Soren. When Peter asks what happened to the rest of the Avengers and why they aren’t dealing with this, one question about one particular Avenger is supposedly living in New York gets us thinking.
Well, it’s Doctor Strange. It is just stated that he is unavailable. In the post-credit scene, we see Talos himself unaware of what they are up to, so the chances are that Fury didn’t want Parker to know more.
Now with why Doctor Strange wasn’t there…
In the series, as of now, we know there is no technology good enough to stop Wanda. All they can do is get popcorn and watch the show, thanks to Darcy. Now there are some theories that the multiverse plot starts from WandaVision itself.
It is also rumored that Doctor Strange will be making an appearance in the series. If that’s true and Doctor Strange 2 will continue immediately after the series’ timeline, then with the mess that Wanda is in now, we guess Strange will have his hands full.
In Far From Home, we don’t get to hear any news about the mess Wanda made or anything, so it’s safe to say the news was controlled. But Beck found out about that and obviously took advantage of that.
So, the multiverse plot is already in play in the MCU with Far From Home, which then confirms that WandaVision will also have a multiverse plot.
Now, let’s just hope that Spider-Man 3 will also have the multiverse plot we have been yearning for.