The Yesterday Quest (Avengers Vol I, Issues 185-187)
I loved the art by Byrne on VisionQuest (Avengers
West Coast Issues 42-44?), but I hated his disassembling of the Vision, their kids ceasing
to exist, yadda, yadda, yadda. . .
I like Avengers Issue #81, where Wanda, Vizh, Golith, and Red Wolf fight Van Lunt, and Vizh
Issue #113 (I think) was good, but a bit goofy.
The Living Bombs!
The Scarlet Witch Limited Series.
WCA/AWC issues 32-37 (Vizh and Wanda's return)
Some issues in Force Works
Marvel Team up with Spider Man and magician
Xanadu where Wanda gets possessed
The issue where Hawkeye was always featured
and the Scarlet Witch and the Vision was featured
in issue #5. It was called "Love Never Dies".
: Well, I liked the art work. I have always
: admired Byrne's drawing it is just his
: messing too much with character's origins
: and then basically destroying her life.
: Kind of like he spat all over Englehart's
: hard work.
: The Vision has never been the same. The
: Scarlet Witch has turned into every rogue
: writers girl on the side. It's too bad.
: Sure, it opened her up to other
: relationships or could have but instead, she
: goes through them like a pile driver. She
: use to be the only stable super heroine in
: the series. Jan was always the flighty one.
: Ms. Marvel? Miss Independence. Mantis? Don't
: get me started.
: Now Wanda is a wreak once again and doing
: some really odd things. I mean getting
: together with Clint doesn't have to be a bad
: thing? It is just putting them together like
: this? It is so out of character for them
: both. It's the same way they put Wanda and
: Simon together in his series that one time.
: Can't they at least try to be original and
: realistic? Does this already say, doomed at
: the start? I guess I respect both of their
: characters enough to hope for a little
: maturity down the line. Especially when
: your friendship could be at stack over all
: of this?
: Yeah, life changes us all. Reality sucks
: but re-runs are even worse.
: Eastbay mentioned when Wanda and Pietro went
: off to Wundergore. One of my favorite
: moments between Wanda and the Vision is when
: she calls him from the Pier before their
: ship sails off. Vision is trying to ask her
: if she will miss him and she re-assures him
: that she will. It was just cute the way he
: worked so hard to avoid a direct question in
: that conversation. Perhaps the intimacy of
: it was just nice and yes, Byrne wrote it.
: He also tore up the Vision, destroyed their
: children and created that mess that ended up
: as a psuedo-relationship between the Scarlet
: Witch and Wonderman. I only say that
: because it was put together with the
: intension of it failing.
: If Simon really loved her that much, or as
: much as they liked to say he did, he would
: have stayed with the Avengers. The writers
: just couldn't be creative enough to give him
: enough good things to do with the team.
: Besides, it is so much better to make the
: Scarlet Witch go crazy again so she can
: screw-up the universe. Why be original?
: Doesn't that plot always end up the same
: She breaks down and some guy comes along
: to try and make everything all better? It
: gets old after a time. That's all. I can
: just imagine now, Agatha Harkness spinning
: around madly in her crazy rocking chair,
: driving herself mad! How can she not be
: going crazy over all this re-hashing stuff?
: Just going 'round, and 'round and 'round,
: like an out of control top. It makes a good
: visual though?
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: I liked the Morgan Le Fey story by Busiek,
: I know I'm in the minority here, but I also
: liked Avengers: Disassembled.
: Wanda really shined in AVENGERS #171 against
: I think one of my top favorite Wanda stories
: is AVENGERS #185-187, "The Yesterday
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