I've never had that opportunity before, so it was fun.” "That's all I would like to be doing. Culturally, it's such a brilliant story, and it's so creepy that it’s more relevant now than ever.
At first, they were children of the Whizzer and Miss America, superheroes from Marvel's Golden Age.
In 1974's #1, Robert Frank, the Whizzer, shows up to battle the Avengers and warn them of the coming of his son, Nuklo: a Hulk-like beast that emits constant radiation.
But then you look at where it started in the comic books and it was a leotard and a headband so…oh, it's horrible, it’s so horrible. That's why [Black] Panther felt like such a huge thing in culture, and they're aware of it, and their goal is to not make the same stories that have happened over and over and over again.
I think that's why the movies continue to be successful from a story and tone point of view.""I think its really sweet [between The Vision, played by Paul Bettany, and Scarlet Witch].
Beyond wearing all red, Wanda Maximoff really wasn't much of a Scarlet Witch at all until writer Steve Englehart had her study under Agatha Harkness — an actual witch — in 1974's 128.
While tutelage under Harkness gave the Scarlet Witch access to powers that skewed closer to Dr.
In this version, a pregnant woman named Magda appears at Wundagore Mountain to deliver twins, Pietro and Wanda.
After she disappears, the High Evolutionary gives them away to the Maximoffs, who raises them until the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver lose their memory of the Maximoffs after getting separated.
While you might know her best as one of the leads in or just know her as one of the West Coast Avengers, there's much more to Wanda Maximoff that meets the eye.