Phase 4 is gradually laying the groundwork for a new, more powerful magic MCU hero than Doctor Strange. Sorcerer Supreme is the MCU’s most powerful magic-user, since defeating Dormammu, fighting Thanos, and viewing over 14 million timelines in Avengers: Endgame to save the day. NWH appears to have taken this title away from Strange. However, he still can protect the world from interdimensional threats because of his Sorcerer powers.
Speaking of dangers, Loki from the first Thor film was the first MCU magic-user. This season’s Loki features a lot of magic. This includes astral projection and shape-shifting, which the titular character uses to meet Sylvie and other powerful variants of himself. Karl Mordo and Wanda Maximoff are the two other prominent MCU magic users. Mordo is a Kamar-Taj-trained sorcerer who is concerned about the dangers of magic use.
There’s no doubt that Mordo’s claim that Wanda’s actions prove his point is correct. She is completely untrained, creating her own reality and enslaving everyone in the town of Westview in a heartbreaking fit of grief. Aside from Agatha Harkness and Hela, the Goddess of Death, the MCU also features Hela as a powerful mage.
However, a new MCU hero magician is on the verge of becoming a formidable force. Billy Kaplan, also known as Wiccan in Marvel Comics, is a reality-bending wizard with limitless abilities. On Disney+’s WandaVision, Billy Maximoff was one of Wanda Maximoff’s twin sons, one of her two superpowered twin boys. Even though Billy’s powers are quaint and substantially underdeveloped in the show, he has historically been one of the most powerful magicians in the Marvel universe. As a reason, he can warp multiverse realities with a single thought. Both his and the Scarlet Witch’s abilities are comparable, if not superior, to those of the Sorcerer Supreme.
One of the Young Avengers, Billy Kaplan/Wiccan is one of the young superheroes who will one day assume the mantle of the Avengers. Young Avengers #1 (2005) introduced Billy as the Asgardian alongside his boyfriend Teddy Altman/Hulking and their teammates Nathaniel Richards/Iron Lad and Elijah Bradley/Patriot. Billy was first introduced in the comics. He’s destined to be the Demiurge, a messianic figure who will rewrite the book on magic’s rules for all time. A lot has happened to make up the complicated history of Billy’s birth and family tree. However, suffice it to say that his reality-warping abilities will rival his own. Furthermore, he is also likely to surpass any other MCU magician. This includes Doctor Strange.
No specific Young Avengers project from Marvel Studios has been officially announced. Nonetheless, characters like Loki, WandaVision, and Hawkeye have already been cast and can be seen on Disney+. Because of this Young Avengers lineup, Wanda’s desire to see her children again, and a post-credits scene in which she hears their voices, fans believe that Billy will return in an upcoming Phase 4 project as the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most powerful MCU magic-user hero.