On a translucent base that emulates bands of mystical red energy, the mighty Wanda Maximoff expands all of her power channeling the Chaos Magic, justifying her transformation and being forged as Scarlet Witch. Her soul floats and manipulates the red energy as she reads the Darkhold, an ancient book of spells and powers made of dark matter. This old book contains dark and unimaginable knowledge. Replicating the exciting post-credits scene from the final episode of Disney+’s WandaVision miniseries, Iron Studios presents the “Scarlet Witch Deluxe Art Scale 1/10 – Wandavision” statue.
After the events that occurred in the film Avengers: Endgame (2019), WandaVision is the first television series integrated into the Marvel Cinematographic Universe (MCU) and produced by Marvel Studios. Instinctively and unconsciously, Wanda Maximoff uses all her mystical power to channel the Magic of Chaos, to alter the reality of a quiet city and its inhabitants, thus recreating a perfect world, according to her concept. The show has the sitcom format, where each episode represents and is set at a different period of time.
Maximoff created her ideal life, bringing her beloved Vision (killed by Thanos) back to life and producing twin sons, Tommy and Billy. To complicate even more this unusual situation there is the presence of Agatha Harkness, a witch who sought to understand and take over Maximoff’s powers. After defeating Harkness and SWORD’s government agents, Wanda dispelled her reality, erasing her family in the process. Realizing the damage done to the city of Westview, she secluded herself in a rustic cabin in the mountains, where she began her studies of the Darkhold. In the series, she is named Scarlet Witch, as in the comics, for the first time on MCU.
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