After a brief period WandaVision He ended his career as the first Marvel series on Disney+, and rumors started circulating that Vision would be getting his own Disney+ series as a follow-up. While Marvel hasn’t announced the series yet, there seems to be a new rumor suggesting that the series is, in fact, moving forward, raising all kinds of interesting questions about Vision’s future in the MCU.
In a recent edition of who is mikeIt was reported that the book room will be assembled early next week to begin work on a new Vision series. It looks like the series already has a title, which might give us a hint about what the series is about. It will be called vision quest.
vision quest It was the name of the short story arc From West Coast Avengers Comics that included some elements that we’ve already seen happen WandaVision. In the story, the vision is dismantled and reconstructed as an all-white version of himself, revitalized without his memories.
When we last saw Vision in the MCU, he was flying after seemingly recovering his memory through the version of Vision that Wanda created using the Mind Stone. Assuming this is where you pick up on Vision’s story, the “mission” in question might take Vision in two different directions. The search for Vision’s own identity can be when he comes to terms with who and what he is currently. Is it really vision? The question of Theseus’ ship can serve as the basis for an entire series.
Instead, we can see Vision set out on her quest to find Wanda. Looks like she died at the end Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness, but no one really died in the comic book stories, and we certainly never saw her body, so her survival is possible and we can see a series where Vision tries to figure out what happened to her. At this point, it’s hard to see a place for Vision’s return in the upcoming Marvel movies, so seeing the return happen on Disney+ definitely makes sense.
In its own way, since Vision hasn’t been back in the MCU since then WandaVisionand then vision quest Looks like it’s going to be basically the second season of WandaVsion Because it will pick up his story from there. It’s a different story enough that it needs a title of its own, but if all of these come together, it might give us a hint at how additional seasons of many Disney+ series might unfold.
Of course even if this report of a writers room meeting is true, it doesn’t mean that this is a show we’ll ever see. The fact that Marvel Studios hasn’t confirmed that this show is coming, despite Disney doing a lot of huge announcements at both the SDCC and D23 Expo, may indicate an exploratory idea. Perhaps, if the writers’ room had trouble coming up with a story, the whole idea could be scrapped.