Episode 6 of WandaVision showcased Quicksilver’s superpowers and personality, proving that he is not the X-Men version of the character. We’ll see.
WandaVision Episode 6 saw Evan Peters’ Quicksilver in action, and the powers he displayed further prove that he is not the X-Men version of Pietro Maximoff. With the Infinity Saga now over, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now moving forward with its Phase 4, which will not only cover the movie side of this connected universe, but also television shows to stream exclusively on Disney +. These series, unlike Netflix’s Marvel shows, will have a direct impact on the movies and some will be linked directly to them, as is the case with WandaVision.
After the events of Avengers Endgame and in the style of sitcoms from different decades, WandaVision It’s about Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), who live an idyllic suburban life in the city of Westview. However, nothing is what it seems, and viewers soon discover that there is someone else behind the seemingly perfect life in Westview, and the truth may be too dark and complex. Every episode has had a major twist or reveal, and the biggest one yet occurred in episode 5, when Quicksilver showed up on Wanda’s doorstep, but it wasn’t Aaron Taylor-Johnson reprising his role as Avengers: Age of Ultron, and instead it was Evan Peters’ version.
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Naturally, Quicksilver’s arrival from Evan Peters to the MCU raised a lot of questions and gave way to many theories, from who brought him to Westview to the possibility that he is actually the real villain in disguise. WandaVision Episode 6 gave viewers a chance to see what this Quicksilver is like and what he can do, and his powers and more don’t match what he had during his time in Fox’s X-Men franchise – here are Quicksilver’s powers. in WandaVision.
WandaVision’s Quicksilver Powers explained
Quicksilver’s first appearance in WandaVision it was very short, coming right to the end of the episode to Wanda’s surprise. As such, viewers weren’t able to see him in action, but episode 6 took over Quicksilver’s powers and charisma and made him an active part of the story, and through these powers, Marvel proved that this is not the Quicksilver. of the X-Men. even though Evan Peters plays the character. Of course, WandavisionThe Quicksilver has superhuman speed, just like the previous version, along with superhuman reflexes, but there is a huge difference to the Quicksilver from the X-Men that is easy to miss but changes everything: there is no risk of whiplash.
In Fox’s X-Men realm, Quicksilver casually explained that due to his incredible speed, if he was carrying someone with him, the effects of high-speed friction caused by air resistance could potentially harm the other person, thus that to protect them he had to support the back of the head so that the neck does not break. In WandaVisionQuicksilver happened to take Wanda’s kids Tommy and Billy out to steal all the candy in the neighborhood and didn’t take any precautions to avoid whiplash, and the kids got it right. This is the great proof that this version of Quicksilver has the same powers as that of Ultron age, and therefore not exactly the one seen in the X-Men movies.
Why WandaVision doesn’t show Pietro’s X-Men powers
Ever since the Disney / Fox merger became official, Marvel fans have been waiting for the X-Men and company to be included in the MCU canon, thus expanding this already sprawling universe and finally being able to use the term “mutant” and those that come with it. The arrival of Quicksilver from Evan Peters to WandaVision It seemed to point in that direction, but its powers show otherwise. The reason Quicksilver doesn’t display his X-Men powers, and instead sticks to the ones he had in his only appearance in the movies, was made to confirm that he’s not X-Men canon, and also because the nature of his appearance in Westview would not allow him to have the powers that he displayed in the Fox films.
WandaVisionQuicksilver is a facsimile that fits Wanda’s false reality, and although his arrival might not have been planned by her (since she was just as shocked as viewers to see him there), it has to match Wanda’s idea of Pietro. , and so his powers had to change. Of course, there are still many, many questions about him, his actual role in Westview, and most importantly why he is different from the Pietro Wanda grew up with as he retains memories of Pietro from the MCU, but he is also different.
Why Quicksilver is more like the comic book version
Not only is the MCU’s Quicksilver different from that of the X-Men, but it also looks more like the comic book version, which in turn makes it different from its Ultron age version. This Quicksilver has a sense of humor (albeit dark, like when he told Wanda that her husband couldn’t die twice), he’s arrogant, overconfident, and can be impulsive, and he doesn’t care much about rules, as seen when he just led his nephews on a mission to steal candy and destroy pumpkins. At times, he felt like a villain on the edge, which at the same time could hint at his true identity. These changes in Quicksilver’s personality in WandaVision it could be part of the MCU’s efforts to differentiate it from the X-Men version of the character and create confusion as well, as these traits weren’t really there in the previous MCU version. As mentioned above, Quicksilver leaning more towards the personality he has in the comics could also hint at his true identity, as many have theorized that he is not really Pietro Maximoff, but rather is the true villain of the show posing as Wanda’s brother. to manipulate it further. Whatever the case, what is certain is that Quicksilver’s powers in WandaVision so far they show that he’s not the X-Men version of the character, but they also hint that something else is going on with him and therefore Wanda.
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