15 Jan 2021 3:14 PM +00:00

Wanda Maximoff Wipes Out the MCU's Avengers in Awesome House of M Inspired Art

Credit: Marvel Studios

A lot of fans especially the most casual viewers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are already weirded out by WandaVision but little do they know that the show's treatment is actually somewhat based on the epic House of M storyline from the comics. And while it's not the most faithful adaptation there is, the fact that Wanda also creates her own perfect reality in the series pretty much solidifies that the show is taking a page out of the iconic arc's playbook.

In the aforementioned storyline, Wanda was forced to create a brand new timeline following a huge mental breakdown. But it's not always rainbows and butterflies in the world of comics so it all ends up horribly with Maximoff wiping out almost every mutant in existence and stripping some of them off of their powers.

WandaVision seems to set up a similar event in the MCU and fans have long been speculating that after Maximoff's transformation into the Scarlet Witch is fully realized, she will cause nothing but mayhem in the world with Doctor Strange trying to put a stop to her madness. It's a little too early to tell but what if Wanda ends up killing her Avengers teammates? And I'm not just talking about one or two casualties, I'm talking about the entire team.

This awesome fan image created by artist Arkin Tyagi on Instagram draws massive inspiration from Wanda's iconic "no more mutants" moment in House of M, only this time, it's the Earth's Mightiest Heroes she intends to obliterate. It's the stuff of legends, I'm telling you. Check it out here:

Again, we still don't know whether Wanda reverts back to her villainous ways after WandaVision but the idea of her becoming the next big threat to the Avengers after Thanos is an interesting thought to ponder. If ever that happens, who do you think can stop her? Things are starting to get really interesting this early and we haven't even scratched Phase 4's surface yet.

WandaVision is now streaming on Disney+.

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