Scarlet Witch has been a big part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since the character was introduced in the first Avengers film. Once she lost her powers in the second Avengers film, it seemed like the character was done for good. But then, in Infinity War, a younger version of Scarlet Witch that was created by the time-traveling Kang the Conqueror showed up. We all thought it would be a one-and-done affair, but then there was a twist: Wanda and her new evil twin sister, the Red Queen, somehow teamed up to take down Thanos from the future. And it turns out that Scarlet Witch is one of the most powerful characters in the MCU.
It is time to talk about the greatest of the Avengers. This incredibly talented woman was raised with the ability to manipulate reality. She became a member of the Avengers and, alongside her friends, fought to save the world.
There are 4 Scarlet Witch Stories You Should Read.
The Scarlet Witch is one of the most powerful beings in all of the Marvel Universe, and she’s also one of the most obscure. In fact, she’s not even a mutant. The Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) is a Wunderkind genius who was born in Eastern Europe. She’s also the daughter of Magneto. (To make matters even more confusing, she’s also married to the Vision, although that’s a different character altogether. And she has a daughter of her own, named Wanda, who’s also a member of the Avengers.)
The Scarlet Witch is one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel universe, with a range of abilities ranging from telepathy to the ability to manipulate emotions. She can also fly, which makes her a formidable foe for any Avenger, but her most powerful ability is her force of will, which allows her to stop time or even phase through it.
Avengers #10, written by Mark Waid and Christos Gage, comes out this week, and, as usual, it’s full of all the fun superhero stuff: secret identities, government corruption, and big, big plot twists. But even as it holds steady to the tried-and-true formula, this issue shines a spotlight on Scarlet Witch and her solo adventures, which is the perfect showcase for writer Christos Gage. When it comes to the Avengers, it’s hard to find a more successful or iconic story arc than Avengers #10. The legendary issue introduces the original team of Avengers and soon establishes the threat they fought against—the Scarlet Witch. The power of the Scarlet Witch is the key to defeating the time-hopping villain Kang the Conqueror, who had impaled her lover the Vision, and was about to destroy the Earth.
Avengers West Coast #51
Comic book fans are often known for their passion for their favorite characters. But in the case of the Avengers, fans are more than just passionate—they’re downright obsessive. If you’re wondering what to read next, here are four Scarlet Witch stories you should read. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a huge success and can easily be one of the most popular franchises in the world. Its ability to provide a wide array of content to the fans has been essential to its success. But now, a new comic book series will be debuting, entitled Avengers West Coast. The veteran team will write this series by Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver. They have written for huge Marvel series such as Secret Avengers, the New Avengers, and the Avengers Initiative. Marjorie Liu, the critically-acclaimed author of the X-Men comics and author of Wolverine: Origins, will join the creative team, which was nominated for an Eisner award in 2009.
Giant-Size Avengers #4
When it comes to Marvel’s comics, most fans’ first thing that comes to mind is the core Avengers line and the “Avengers” movie franchise. However, other titles are worthy of your time, especially when the focus is either on the title character of Scarlet Witch or her brother, Quicksilver. A certain type of Marvel fan will stop at nothing to get their hands on every comic book series. Need a fill-in? Want to know when the next series is coming out? No problem. A few boxes of comics will contain all the answers to your questions. And, of course, there are the people that collect the series that haven’t been released yet. You know, the ones that can’t wait to read all the issues of the new Avengers series featuring the latest and greatest characters.