'Avengers: Endgame' opens a perfect future for Vision in MCU

Like Loki, Vision couldn't survive after "Avengers: Endgame", but he has an own film with Scarlet Witch on Disney +.

Back in 1968, two Marvel Comics writers - Stan Lee and Roy Thomas wanted to add a new member to the Avengers. Thomas wanted to bring a classic character from Timely Comics but Stan Lee disagreed and wanted to have a member of Android instead. Finally, the two men reached a compromise and Thomas created a completely new superhero called Vision, described as a synthesis.


Vision has been a core member of the Avengers since. In 1980, Thomas continued to add Scarlet Witch to the Avengers squad, and he developed the most romantic love between the two. The relationship between Vision and Scarlet Witch has become the foundation for their characters since and has been faithfully reproduced in MCU.

The fate of the Vision after "Avengers: Endgame"

On the screen, Vision played by actor Paul Bettany first appeared in "Avengers: Age of Ultron". This character is a strange fusion of Ultron technology, Stone of Mind and even Tony Stark's old AI JARVIS. Vision got the Avengers's trust when he proved to be the right person to hold Mjolnir. For years, films have always focused on the task of discovering this particular character.


In "Captain America: Civil War", there were suggestions that the Vision and Scarlet Witch would come and take care of each other, the love between them flourished and made the audience admired in “Avengers: Infinity War”. Then, sadness happened when Thanos went to Earth and killed Vision to usurp the Stone of Mind.


Coming to the "Avengers: Endgame", Vision cannot revive after the Hulk's snap. Scarlet Witch was extremely angry and attacked Thanos, but could not change the fact that Vision was dead. So, where is his future in MCU?

Vision and Scarlet Witch will have their own movie on Disney +


Despite what happens in "Avengers: Endgame", Vision certainly has a future at MCU because this character and Scarlet Witch have been confirmed to be in the movie about WandaVisionon broadcast on  Disney +. According to the disclosure, WandaVision will include a total of 8 episodes, lasting 6 hours and starting filming this fall. Some rumors suggested that the series would evolve from the Vision award of Tom King in comics to explore the question about this character's humanity.

When the emotional pulses in Vision's brain are wrong, he decides to turn them off, then has a family with his wife and children. One of Vision's children, Viv Vision, grow up and become a member of a super-team called Champions. It seems Marvel is setting up various Young Avengers characters for the future, so it is not surprising to see WandaVision introduce Viv Vision to the team.

How will Vision return to Phase 4 of the MCU?


"Avengers: Infinity War" insists that Vision can survive without the Stone of Mind, which is why the Avengers tried to remove it from his head before Thanos comes. Besides, readers will notice that the character's death implies a return in the future because the Vision body has become white when separated from the Stone of Mind. This was developed by John Byrne's Avengers West Coast when Vision was destroyed and then patched together by Hank Pym.


Perhaps the most logical way is to relive on a dead body after "Avengers: Endgame" with the help of Shuri's technology hand. She is one of Wakanda's leading experts in artificial intelligence, and in "Avengers: Infinity War", Shuri can create a Vision brain map. She even proactively offers to improve that brain. Vision's body is last seen in Wakanda, it is possible that Shuri will choose to build it.

However, another interesting ability is Scarlet Witch. Like the Vision, Scarlet Witch's power is tied to the Mind Stone, operating at a frequency large enough to destroy it. If the Stone of Mind is part of the Vision's personality, Scarlet's power may be the key to restoring him.


Interestingly, Tom King's Vision started with a short story with Vision and Scarlet Witch meeting, and Vision asked Wanda to use her power to help him recover some of the damaged functions. If WandaVision is actually based on this series, it will certainly be the exact same approach in the comic book and see the similarity between this and what Byrne suggested in “Avengers West Coast”. What seems certain is that Vision's death experience will turn him into a very different character.

By: Kelly Jonas

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