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WandaVision episode 4 made a move away from the sitcom-style and gave is a look at the world outside. We were also reintroduced to Agent Jimmy Woo who is exploring the strange going on's in Westview. To stay on top of his information and theories he logs everything on a whiteboard. And that is what we're going to take a look at today. What is on Jimmy Woo's Whiteboard?
This weekend saw fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe tune in to Disney+ to watch the first two episodes of WandaVision. While the series style is based upon a variety of sitcoms from over the years, it appears each episode has its own particular inspiration. Also within each episode is a multitude of Easter eggs and call-backs to the movies and comics.
We first met Gorr the God Butcher in God of Thunder #2. He was created by Jason Aaron and Esan Ribic. He is of an unknown alien race and was born on an unnamed planet. Below we will take a look at the history of the character as we know him in the comics.
Since the mantle of Captain America is in question, who will be the answer? Will it be Sam Wilson, or will John Walker be Captain America?
With the MCU constantly expanding to incorporate more and more characters and possibilities, Marvel Studios have ventured onto the smaller screen using the streaming service Disney+. Could one of these upcoming projects be Thunderbolts?
Spider-Man 3 is set to introduce a new villain in the MCU, and rumour has it that it might be an already familiar face.
S.W.O.R.D stands for Sentient World Observation and Response Department. They are a counterterrorism and intelligence group whose purpose is to deal with extraterrestrial threats to world security. They are the space-based counterpart to S.H.I.E.L.D.
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