WandaVision Episode 3 Spoiler Discussion: The Comic Years Podcast
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The Comic Years Podcast: WandaVision Episode 3 – Spoiler Discussion

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BY February 6, 2021

Quite possibly for the first time ever, we’re in the second week of the first-ever Marvel Cinematic Universe live-action TV show. On Disney Plus, I guess is the caveat in that statement, since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was completely a thing that happened. But WandaVision has now taken over the airwaves. In more ways than one, with its premiere last week. The two premiere episodes of WandaVision did much to increase the hype, while the third episode this week took things to another level entirely. And in color! So check out this episode of the Comic Years Podcast with Joshua M. Patton, Meghan Hale and myself, as we get into a WandaVision episode 3 spoiler discussion. 

WandaVision Episode 3 Spoiler Discussion Gets Thorough!

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While the first two episodes of WandaVision were definitely startling and different, they did give us an idea of what to expect for episode 3. After the stylized homage to classic 50s and 60s sitcoms, the third episode takes us into the 70s era. This will seemingly be the format for the show week to week, much to our delight. The Marvel connections also seem to begin early and often in this episode.

Heading into the newest Comic Years podcast episode, we break down episode 3 of WandaVision on Disney Plus. Our first podcast episode of the show focused more on the tone and style of the first two episodes, while this time we’re able to get into more details of this world, and its comic book connections. We begin the show with a recap of last week, before diving into all the shenanigans of this episode. 

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Our TV Editor, Meghan Hale, breaks down the more traumatic and core emotional moments of this episode from a very different lens. We also focus on the era-appropriate nods and winks in certain scenes. Our Managing Editor Joshua M. Patton does confirm that they were very much a product of the era and not an ad-hoc modification for the 21st century. The deep dive continues as I even channel our comic book Editor Roman Colombo, in trying to make some connections of Wandavision to its source material. 

So check out this episode of the Comic Years Podcast on Apple Podcasts or any of the major podcasting platforms. Leave us a rating and review on Apple and be sure to give us your feedback on this episode as well. 

Featured image via Marvel Studios. 

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Shah Shahid is an entertainment writer, movie critic (so he thinks), host of the Split Screen Podcast (on Apple Podcasts & everywhere else) and filmy father on a mission to educate his girls on decades of film history. Armed with uncontrollable sarcasm and cautious optimism, Shah loves discussing film, television and comic book content until his wife’s eyes glaze over. So save her by engaging him on his own blog at BlankPageBeatdown.com or on Twitter @theshahshahid.

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