Wanda Maximoff is back from the dead, and in an October 20 preview X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #3 He has questions. No, who killed him? (It’s a good one though). Instead, it is who is Vision’s wife if she is not?
Watch this preview of X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #3 by writer Leah Williams and artist Lucas Werneck:
If Scarlet Witch seems to be acting strangely, you’re not wrong; he was revived in X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #2 — but not from his recent death, but from the files of Cerebro from an old back-up of him when he was believed to be a mutant — and it’s been a while.
Apparently, he has been reinstated from a time when not only did Vision create a new family with Virginia Vision, but when he and Vision were a happy couple.
It seems that he has a lot to catch, especially the events of house of m, point of view, and the more recent revelations that he is no longer a mutant and that Magneto is not actually his father.
Oh yes, and who killed him too? Remember, Magneto is on top of us List of suspects in Wanda’s murder.
Such a huge information dump could prompt Wanda to do something unexpected, which could make her “judge, jury and executioner” as Marvel’s marketing description of the issue frames things.
Valerio Shitti designed the primary cover for X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #3, which features variants of Brian Hitch, Oscar Vega, Peach Momoko and Joe Jusko. Check them out here:
Check out X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #3 (of 5) when it goes on sale on October 20th.
This classic version of Wanda echoes the classic version of Doctor Strange who Doctor Strange’s Death #1that adds fuel to the fire the two murders are somehow linked.