When WandaVision began its weekly run on Disney+, I enjoyed being reunited with two of the Avengers, but didn’t have any idea what I was watching. By the third or fourth episode, it all started to make sense, and it just kept getting better from there. I’m now singing its praises as one of the best shows you can stream, once again cementing my believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe can do no wrong. Okay, Thor: The Dark World is of a much lower quality than every other MCU film, but it still has some great moments and character development. It’s still worth watching to connect all of the MCU tissue.
The first season of WandaVision isn’t complete yet (we’re waiting on one more episode that hits this Friday), and yet Funko has already introduced a sizeable line of Pops that give away some of the show’s biggest twists and turns.
For the sake of spoilers, you should turn back now, if you want this show to be digested the way it should be. If you’ve kept up with the weekly delivery of episodes, take a look at the figures below. Funko has pulled out all of the stops, with a handful of different Wanda and Vision Pops, one for almost every time period featured in the show. The black and white figures for the first two episodes are a nice touch.
We also see this adorable couple in their comic book-inspired Halloween costumes. Their twins are also ready to fill sacks full of candy. Wanda’s brother, Pietro, is also present, as is Monica Rambeau in one of her many outfits.
The series is rounded out with two shocking additions: Agatha Harkness, who we believe to be the big bad, and Vision, who is in post-credits form with an all-white shell. These figures wouldn’t be out of the ordinary a year from now, but for them to be announced right after some of the characters were revealed is a bit crazy, especially given how secretive Marvel has been about them.
Some of these figures are available now, but the Agatha and white Vision aren’t expected to hit until July. This is an amazing line that Funko has assembled that perfectly pinpoints what makes this show great. Here’s hoping we get a similar lineup (and show quality) for the upcoming The Falcon and the Winter Soldier show, which hits Disney+ on March 19.