Impression and Appeal
Also … is it us or does Wandas “Glamor” swimwear thingy feel like a reference to a few of her original, skimpier costumes?
Wanda and Visions phase magic act name has them passing the name of “Illusion” (Vision) and “Glamor” (Wanda). In the Vision and the Scarlet Witch comics, Illusion and Glamor were characters of their own, well known stage magicians Ilya and Glynis Zarkov, who got along next-door neighbors of our preferred weirdo couple. What the general public didnt understand was that their phase magic was really REAL magic (kind of like what we see with Viz and Wanda later this episode). And what even less people knew was that they were likewise worldwide crooks. Anyway, dont expect Ilya and Glynis to appear on WandaVision or in the MCU now that their names have been used.
Who is Geraldine?
In addition to Agnes (who we blogged about in detail here) and the previously mentioned Geraldine, we likewise meet Fred and Linda, Dennis the Mailman, Dottie and Phil, Beth, and someone named Herbert. We have our suspicions that the seven of them (minus Geraldine) could be Marvels Satans Seven. We composed more about this theory here.
Heres the uncomfortable question: is this simply Wandas subconscious playing tricks on her, or did she really bring down a SWORD helicopter not understanding what she did?
Ol Herb, perhaps coincidentally, however possibly not, shares a name with Herbert Edgar Wyndham, the Marvel Comics bad guy called the High Evolutionary, who in some versions of Wanda and her brother Pietros origin, was responsible for giving them their powers.
Wanda discovers a toy helicopter, completely color, in her bushes. For something, the helicopter remains in Iron Man colors (or Vision colors?). For another, it has the # 57 on it. Vision made his very first appearance in the comics in the pages of Avengers # 57 in 1968. However perhaps most notably, that helicopter bears the logo design of SWORD (which we composed more about here) on it.
Wanda and Visions phase magic act name has them going by the name of “Illusion” (Vision) and “Glamor” (Wanda). In the Vision and the Scarlet Witch comics, Illusion and Glamor were characters of their own, well known stage magicians Ilya and Glynis Zarkov, who were friendly next-door neighbors of our favorite weirdo couple. What the public didnt understand was that their stage magic was really REAL magic (kind of like what we see with Viz and Wanda later on this episode). Wanda discovers a toy helicopter, in complete color, in her bushes.
That would be Teyonah Parris as “Geraldine,” who it has already been revealed remains in reality the grown up version of Monica Rambeau, the girl we satisfied in Captain Marvel. While were on the subject, is it us, or does Geraldines brooch look a little like the logo she wore when she took on the mantle of Captain Marvel in the comics?