And so, Marvel’s first Disney+ show comes to an end. Well, as much as anything in the ever-expanding MCU can come to an end. This may be the end of the show WandaVision, but it is certainly not the end for a lot of the characters within it, which leads to a finale that closes some loops, while leaving enough threads dangling for the future. As a result, this is probably the most generic episode in regards to adhering to the kind of base level expectation audiences have for an adventure set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But for fans, this is a finale that’ll undoubtedly get them excited about future incoming installments in the multi-billion dollar enterprise.
After last week dealt head on with the emotional core of this series, the WandaVision finale is more about the superhero spectacle, as the world of Westview becomes centre stage for the showdown between Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), Agatha (Kathryn Hahn), the two Vision’s (Paul Bettany) and the forces of SWORD. As a result, much of this episode offers quick answers to some lingering questions, and multiple scenes of power beams being thrown across the town of Westview, while laying seeds for the future of these characters.
Full review over at THN, originally published March 5th 2021.