WandaVision chief, Matt Shakman, remarks on the disparities between his show’s Darkhold and the one from Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. WandaVision finished up its 9-scene run a week ago with Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Agatha Harkness’ enchanted confrontation. While disclosing to Wanda the idea of the forecasted Scarlet Witch, Agatha peruses from her spellbook, the scandalous Darkhold, AKA, the Book of the Damned. As well as being established in comic book legend, the book has likewise showed up in the Hulu arrangement, Marvel’s Runaways and Agents of SHIELD.
Numerous fans saw WandaVision’s Darkhold looks nothing similar to the one from Agents of SHIELD; recommending the famous network show (which finished a year ago) isn’t ordinance inside the bigger Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the Darkhold appears to be identical in the two Runaways and Agents of SHIELD, Marvel might have utilized a comparable plan in WandaVision however, for reasons unknown, chosen not to. At first, network shows like Agents of SHIELD and Agent Carter were immovably positioned inside MCU group. Be that as it may, as time has gone on, connections have gotten rare. WandaVision’s new Darkhold seems to estrange those shows much further.
Not at all like Steven Strange, Wanda never discovered that “alerts come after the spells.” While WandaVision’s Darkhold doesn’t look precisely like the one from Agents of SHIELD, it should by the by be a wellspring of contention. Wonder has a propensity for consolidating components from both the funnies and TV projects without at any point absolutely pronouncing something group. This isn’t the first run through a prop’s consideration has caused irregularities in the coherence (recollect the “phony” Infinity Gauntlet in Odin’s vault?). WandaVision might not have thought about Agents of SHIELD’s Darkhold, yet sanctioned history could be updated in future excursions.