WandaVision Theories Opinion Piece MASSIVE SPOILERS

As the title warns, this article contains massive spoilers for all of season one of WandaVision. Do not read past this point if you don’t want to be spoiled for all episodes of season one of Marvel’s WandaVision. You have been warned.

With the spoiler warning out of the way, I will also be operating as if you have seen all episodes, and generally this article will not make sense if you have not. WandaVision is such an interesting show that each episode builds upon the events of the last and completely changes the world of the show almost every time. The universe that is created here will probably change the course of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the foreseeable future, so here is what I theorize will result from the show. Let’s get into the theories!

Wakandan White Vision
The fate of the “White Vision” has been left almost entirely up to the viewer’s guesses. What if this new Vision decided to go to Wakanda? He gained all pre-death memories of the Vision but has lost the purpose that the original Vision had. There is no more Thanos to defeat and he has essentially been thrown into an entirely new world. More than five years has passed since his last memory, and even then he doesn’t have the emotional connection to anyone that he has in his memories. Just because his memories are back, it doesn’t mean that he suddenly gained the emotional humanity that took Vision years to build after coming to life. This new Vision has essentially nowhere to go. All he has is the memories of someone that’s supposed to be him but isn’t emotionally him. So where would he go? The place of his most recent memory, his death in the fields of Wakanda. Vision may have flown off to visit the place of his death. We know that Marvel has plans for a sequel to Black Panther. It’s very well possible that Vision could serve as a tertiary character that helps to advance the plot, like Doctor Strange in Thor: Ragnarok.

Stark Vision
Continuing with the theory above, where would Vision go after Wakanda? Naturally as a newly formed creation, it would only be natural for him to look for his creator. Since Vision is a machine that was created via the mind stone and the Artificial Intelligence, J.A.R.V.I.S., this means that his creator is none other than Tony Stark. Vision would promptly fly back to New York and come to Stark Tower. Upon an investigation of the tower, Vision would find that Tony Stark died during the events of Endgame, a period where Vision has no memories. Further exploration would lead Vision to find Tony’s lab, where he would find multiple drives with other A.I. programs (which we see in Age of Ultron when Tony replaces J.A.R.V.I.S. with F.R.I.D.A.Y.). With those drives, Vision would find one that just says T.O.N.Y. Vision would then load the drive into his own mainframe, where the program’s true purpose would reveal itself. The drive would take over the Vision’s programming as he begins to change form. He would shift from the white android to the suave form of Anthony Edward Stark. This is supported by the comics; after Tony died, the iron persona was taken over by a pre-programmed Artificial Intelligence, who essentially took over the role of Tony Stark.

Wanda Creates the Multiverse of Madness
In the last episodes of WandaVision, we truly see the extent of Wanda’s power. She was able to effectively battle a centuries old witch for half an hour and then defeat her while still simultaneously maintaining her own pocket reality. This is just to say that Wanda’s power is growing to be of earth changing power, and we know Doctor Strange’s job as sorcerer supreme is to monitor world threatening events. This, combined with the upcoming sequel Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, can lead us to believe in a confrontation between the two. This potentially world-shattering event would surely drive the superheroes of the world to them, including Iron Man inhibiting Vision’s body. Wanda’s shock and subsequent rage upon discovering the corpse and personality of her husband could lead to a dimension shaking event. Maybe she wants to actually kill the real Tony Stark for what he did to her husband. The A.I. wouldn’t be enough for Wanda, so perhaps she unintentionally tears open a hole in the multiverse by attempting to find Tony that’s still alive.

Whether or not these theories are true or not, it’s interesting to be able to look at the media we consume and try to predict the future possibilities of their universe.