- Joined Dec 3, 2009
i said it before and for me WV still stands as top 5 simply because of the main plot of dealing with the loss ofthe love of your life and dealing with that grief, specially when you have the ability to bring them back somehow but k owing in the end you must let them go again because is the right thing to do, all that Mephisto crap I never got behind because to me it really never made sense to introduce that character in the series, the multiverse swervewith QS was a a let down, but aside from that the series was amazing TO me, because of the very relatable underlying REAL topic a lot of people have dealt with or will deal with, GRIEF.This some truth, had me reading things that WV was top 5 marvel and what not. And that it was deeper then any other projects. I couldn’t understand it because there was no action
All of that so they could be let down by no mephisto, Vision running away, Trying to make it seem that SW saved all those peoples lives
As far as comparing the two shows, well tbh I was intrigued and itching for more of WV after episode 1, this show had an amazing opening and pretty dope episode 1, this episode didn’t really do much for me, the writing just felt sloppy and the humor felt very forced....the chemistry between Buck and Sam is great, but anyone claiming the chemistry between Sam and buck is better than that of Wanda and vision is out of their mind...lmao Wanda’s pain for vision was palpatable, Lizzie arguably has an Emmy on lock for her acting in this series, you won’t here a mention of Sebastian or Mackie getting a nod for one..
like you said, you obviously need an action packed series to keep your focus and that’s cool....that def wasn’t WandaVision at all.