Wanda And Vision’s Children, Explained

IF YOU’VE WATCHED THE TRAILERS, you knew this was coming. Still, Wanda Maximoff’s pregnancy in the WandaVision premiere comes as a shock — both to the audience and to the show’s superhero couple.

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Wanda And Vision’s Children, Explained

In the comics, Wanda and Vision get pregnant through magic — since Vision is a robot, that’s seemingly their only option. They have twins named Thomas and William. However, it’s eventually revealed that Tommy and Billy were actually created using fragments of the soul of a demon lord named Mephisto. (Yes, this is seriously a thing. Don’t believe me, here’s proof.) Sadly, Mephisto later decides to reabsorb his soul (so selfish!), which essentially kills Thomas and William.

Wanda doesn’t take the loss very well. She teams up with Doctor Doom (the supervillain) and winds up destroying Vision and killing Hawkeye. This all culminates in Marvel’s famous House of M plotline, in which the Scarlet Witch uses her powers to rewrite reality and erase all mutants from existence by taking away their powers.

Will House of M happen in WandaVision? Could we even get a reverse House of M where Wanda creates mutants in the Marvel Cinematic Universe instead? Anything is possible, but Wanda and Vision’s children could also have another huge implication for the future of the MCU.

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