After WandaVision Episode 7’s Ending Fans Are Convinced [SPOILER] Is The Real Villain

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So, there was a lot that happened in WandaVision Episode 7, and it seems as though fans on Twitter now think they know who the real villain is. But, before I get into all of that, I just want to give you your SPOILER WARNING. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, then look away now! You’ve been warned.

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Right, so now that I got all that rubbish out of the way, time to get onto the juicy, spoilery stuff that was revealed in WandaVision Episode 7. The big thing was that Agnes (played by Kathryn Hahn) is actually Agatha Harkness! I know! We didn’t see that one coming. Well, OK. We did. But, it was still a really cool reveal!

I really loved the reveal, however, fans on Twitter seem to now think that this reveal basically confirms that Mephisto is the real villain behind everything. The reason being… well… there are a whole bunch of reasons. The first one is that Agatha Harkness and Mephisto are often linked in the comics.

The second reason has to do with a fly. I’ll explain below, or I’ll let the tweets explain themselves.

Did WandaVision Episode 7 tease that Mephisto is the main villain?

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One thing everybody is now agreeing on is that Evan Peters’ Pietro is definitely not Mephisto is disguise because this episode revealed he’s being controlled by Agatha. However, people really feel that this show is setting up Mephisto for the future of the MCU.

The main this is the fly that the camera focuses on when Wanda goes inside Agatha’s house. There are also some engravings on the walls in Agatha’s basement that are a direct reference to Mephisto.

So, what does this all mean? Well, your guess is as good as mine, I’m going to be honest. I really don’t know what’s going to happen in this show, but what I do know is I cannot wait for the next episode to be released.

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