WandaVision: A Montage of Grief and Healing

Content Warning: Mentions of War Trauma, PTSD, Depression

WandaVision follows Wanda Maximoff (played by Elisabeth Olsen) or the Scarlet Witch after the epic battle of Avengers: Endgame. First aired on 15 January 2021, it’s a journey of loss, grief, healing, and self-realisation journey. Wanda Maximoff has been repeatedly claimed as Continue Reading

Loki — Lost In The Labyrinth Of Hope

“Hurts, Doesn’t It? Being Lied To. Being Told You’re One Thing And Then Learning It’s All A Fiction.” This was an exchange between Loki and Thor during one of the more emotional scenes between the two brothers while on Sakaar. This simple yet poignant quote holds a lot more depth Continue Reading

Black Widow — Fallen But Not Forgotten

She is perhaps one of the most badass characters in the Marvel Universe, a human with no superhuman capabilities but having reached the pinnacle of human abilities. Even without technology or otherworldly powers backing her, she stands tall alongside the Avengers and helps them with capabilities paralleling theirs. The only Continue Reading

What If: Tony Stark had Lived

And… I… Am… Iron Man.

Tony raised his right hand, pulsing with the power of all the infinity stones. The force might have overwhelmed Thanos or even the strongest Avenger, but not the invincible Iron Man. From living with a poisoned heart to being betrayed by friends, pain had always Continue Reading

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