Uncontrollable powers, dangerous, and a severely damaged relationship with her father.
Luna is a prime candidate for the X-Factor team.
I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU. I really hope none of Marvel’s artists feels “inspired” by the movie and takes that change to the comics.
That’s one of my pet peeves with this movie, really. Wanda is one of the few curly-haired characters we have left, and you change even that? Isn’t it enough that we recently lost Monica Rambeau?
I’m not suggesting Elizabeth Olsen get a perm, at least not one of those that make you resemble an 80’s rock star, but it would have been nice to have this acknowledged. I know this detail might sound irrelevant, childish, unnecessary, and such, to a lot of people, but when you spend a great part of your life, all your formative years, listening to people tell you you should go through the torturous process of having your hair straightened, and keeping it that way for the rest of your days, because you look ugly/won’t be taken seriously otherwise, and then you lose what little representation you have to strengthen your resolve not to bend… It’s just painful, and terribly unfair.
Pietro: Do you hear that, my sister? A fierce grating of metal on metal! Something truly evil comes this way! Stay here — while I rush ahead to investigate!
Wanda: I didn’t become an Avenger merely to be shielded, Pietro! My place is here — in the forefront of danger!
Avengers Vol. 1 #47 by Roy Thomas & John Buscema
Based on this art work by homesweethomicide13
Characters: Lorna Dane, Remy Lebeau.
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Avengers Vs. X-Men: Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
Yeah… I guess they’re taking far too much that they shouldn’t from early 60’s Avengers, with over-protective Pietro and meek Wanda.
He’s quick-tempored. He gets agitated. He’s impatient. But he’s super-protective. He had to become a father figure to his twin sister. He’s physical and she’s psychological. It’s kind of them against the world.