Start Here Special Edition: WandaVision
Jan 14, 2021
With WandaVision hitting the digital Disney+ airwaves this week, there's no better time to start reading the original source material that helped inspire the show.
Whether you're curious to learn more about the relationship between Scarlet Witch and Vision or just want to spend a bit more time with those characters in the time between new episodes, these classic comic collections are a great place to start.
Check out our selections of some great collections available now at your local comic shop.
The Vision Complete Collection TP (AUG191168)
A super hero story like no other. He was created to kill the Avengers - but he turned against his "father." He found a home among Earth's Mightiest Heroes and love in the arms of the Scarlet Witch - but it didn't end well.
Now, the Vision just wants an ordinary life - with a wife and two children, a home in the suburbs, perhaps even a dog. So he built them. But it won't end any better. Everything is nice and normal - until the deaths begin.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta confound expectations in their heartbreaking, gut-wrenching, breathtaking magnum opus - collected in all its Eisner Award-winning glory. Collecting Vision (2015) #1-12.
Vision & Scarlet Witch TP: The Saga of Wanda & Vision (SEP200746)
The unlikely romance between the Vision and the Scarlet Witch is one of the most famous Avengers storylines of all. And now you can witness what happens when the two heroes finally get married and settle down in the suburbs!
If you think they're going to live the quiet life, think again! Wanda embraces her sorcerous heritage - but can a revelation about her family tree be believed? The Vision's past threatens their future, as Ultron and the Grim Reaper strike!
And things get even stranger when Wanda's magic spells lead to the couple becoming...a family! That's right, despite all odds the Scarlet Witch is pregnant - and now Wanda and Vision must prepare for the biggest responsibility of their lives.
This massive collection contains Giant-size Avengers #4, Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1982) #1-4, Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985) #1-12 and West Coast Avengers (1985) #2.
Marvel-Verse GN-TP: Wanda & Vision (SEP200756)
These two mighty Avengers shared one of the greatest romances in the entire Marvel-Verse! They are the synthezoid Vision and the reality-manipulating Scarlet Witch - and these are some of their most action-packed adventures!
First, the Vision is unleashed on the Avengers by his "father" - the evil android, Ultron! Vision's control of his density makes him a formidable opponent, but his inner nobility soon sees him turn on his inhuman creator!
Joining the team, Vision soon finds love with Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch - and their far-out wedding is one of the greatest Avengers stories ever told! Wanda and Vision make one heck of a team - but even with Spider-Man by their side, can they defeat the dark sorcerer Necrodamus?
Collecting Avengers Origins: Vision, Giant-Size Avengers #4 and Marvel Team-Up (1972) #129-130.
Scarlet Witch TP Vol 01: Witches Road (APR161080)
Witchcraft is broken - and the Scarlet Witch is on a journey across the globe to fix it. From the back alleys of Manhattan to the serene Greek Isles to the Irish countryside, the former Avenger will face myths and legends from ancient lore, cure curses, and discover there's is even more to her complex family history than she knew.
In Spain she will visit a church where witches like her were once burned at the stake - and be haunted by the ghosts of the Spanish Inquisition! But will the powerful mage known as the Emerald Warlock be friend or foe to Wanda - or the Uncanny Avengers? And as she solves magical crimes and pieces witchcraft back together, one vital question remains: Who shattered it in the first place?
The Vision: Yesterday and Tomorrow TP (JAN150895)
The android Avenger goes solo! His memories downloaded and stolen, a partially amnesiac Vision must seek help from the reluctant granddaughter of his creator, Professor Phineas T. Horton, to defeat a technological terror programmed by the Nazis during World War II to cause fear and death from the skies!
Created using technology stolen from Professor Horton, the newly escaped Gremlin will not be denied its mission in the present day - even if it must reprogram and erase the Vision's very humanity in the process! Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis team up to bring you a terrifying tale of technology run amuck. Plus, check out the spooky synthezoid's fantastic first appearance, as Ultron sends him to destroy the Avengers!
This collection features Vision (2002) #1-4 and Avengers (1963) #57.