WandaVision Episode 6 has several references to nightmares, which may establish how the show connects with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity.
Warning: SPOILERS ahead for WandaVision episode 6.
WandaVision Episode 6 saw Wanda Maximoff expand her dream life, but with multiple nightmare references, the show potentially provoked Strange doctor in the multiverserumored villain. So far, the inaugural Disney + Marvel series has followed the antagonist-turned-Avenger’s relocation to the town of Westview. Accompanied by Vision, the duo tried to blend in with suburban life and started a family (including twins Tommy and Billy). However, Vision began searching for the horrible truth behind the facade. Meanwhile, Wanda willingly ventured deeper into the delirious rabbit hole. In WandaVision Episode 6, which included accepting Quicksilver’s version of Evan Peters as his brother.
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Simultaneously, SWORD gathered around Westview with conflicting views on the situation. Regardless, Monica Rambeau chose to view Wanda with sympathy and come to a peaceful conclusion. By contrast, director Tyler Hayward repeatedly relied on extreme methods that bordered on antagonism. In WandaVision In Episode 5, those efforts included a drone missile strike that unsurprisingly only enraged Wanda. No matter, WandaVision Episode 6 further demonstrated his animosity towards people with superpowers and his commitment to take down Wanda by violent means. In the process, however, Hayward’s very specific choice of words could have been a subtle allusion to things to come.
Despite opposition, the director was adamant in his actions. “Maximoff was never going to negotiate with us“Hayward said.”We take her out, this whole nightmare ends. “On the whole, it may have seemed like a pretty innocuous term, but nothing has been a coincidence when it comes to Marvel, and especially when it comes to WandaVision. It was already known that the program would be directly related to the Strange doctor continuation. Although it has not been made official how the two will come together, this could be the first step towards that end. It may even have been a nod to the demonic entity known as Nightmare that appeared before Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness.
Actually, it wasn’t the only Nightmare reference in the episode. Rather than being distressed by the Westview situation, Pietro confessed that he was truly impressed. “It’s a huge leap from giving people nightmares and shooting red wiggly-woos from your hands,“He praised. Much has been said in recent episodes about how Scarlet Witch’s powers have seemingly increased. Instead of simply inducing hallucinations, she was now apparently capable of rewriting reality itself. Equally disputed was the effect her new ones had. skills. about residents. By describing the experience as painful and traumatizing, it could be compared to being trapped in a waking nightmare. As such, the fact that the term is officially referred to as WandaVision geared toward his final act felt more meaningful than discarding.
In fact, it could be argued that Wanda also discovered that the life of her dreams was turning into nightmare territory. Early in the show’s run, he was struck by the image of Vision’s corpse. In WandaVision Episode 6, Wanda had a similar experience with Pietro. On the surface, this seemed as if it were simply her real memories invading her fantasy. However, this version of Pietro previously showed a fondness for scaring her when her guard was down. Aside from being the old-fashioned (and traditional sibling antics), it may be a sign that WandaVisionPietro is a nightmare. That would also explain his frequent mentions about sleep in general, as well as nightmares. Pietro was even introduced to the episode in relation to sleep.
It remains to be seen if Nightmare was directly responsible for what is happening in Westview, or was simply lured in by Wanda’s related new actions. Still, it would fit the way he questioned Wanda almost like a fan of her work. Similarly, it would be in line with the modus operandi of the Nightmare comic. He could feed off the significant amount of subconscious energy that is generated and exploited. Furthermore, he would happily seize the opportunity to turn life from a literal dream into something terrifying. Fans will know one way or another if the references to the “nightmare” were meaningful and configured Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness – like the remaining episodes of WandaVision they are released.
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