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Here Are 10 Characters That Must Show Up In Agatha Harkness Series

WandaVision’s breakout star is without a doubt Agatha Harkness. Acclaimed by critics and fans alike, Kathryn Hahn’s portrayal of Agatha Harkness was nominated for an Emmy and cemented her place as one of the MCU’s most powerful magic users. Variety recently reported that a new Agatha Harkness series is in the works for Disney+. As a way to expand the MCU’s magical realm, the move makes perfect sense. As a result, many Marvel characters could now appear in Agatha’s world. Some of them could be newcomers to the MCU, while others could be old favorites, but either way, they’d be welcome additions to Agatha’s saga.

Moon Knight

In 2022, the MCU will have a new member join their ranks with the arrival of Moon Knight. The character will be played by Oscar Isaac in a Disney+ miniseries as part of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the plot of the show is still a mystery, we do know that Moon Knight will act as a channel for the Egyptian deity Khonshu.

The best Moon Knight stories in the comics focus on his ethereal nature, which makes him an ideal guest in Agatha’s world. Moon Knight’s ties to the MCU could be cemented if the Agatha Harkness show is set in the past. This would cement the character’s place in the MCU.

Blade

A lot has happened since Blade last appeared on the screen. Before Marvel Studios reclaimed the rights, Wesley Snipes portrayed the character in the Blade trilogy. It’s been announced that Mahershala Ali will replace Chris Evans as Marvel’s ultimate vampire hunter in the upcoming film. Agatha is a perfect fit for Blade, which will take place in a new area of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s not out of the question that Agatha met a vampire during her long life. The dhampir might find a valuable ally in her.

Blade has yet to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it will not be in Phase 4. Because Agatha’s show is unlikely to be included in Phase 4, both of these projects will most likely be included in Phase 5.

The Daughters Of Liberty

Agatha meets the Daughter of Liberty for the first time during the American Civil War in the comics. The Daughters of Liberty is a group of young women who identify as feminists and believe in social justice. They study magic under Agatha’s guidance. This is Agatha’s first time acting as a teacher, but it won’t be her last (more on that later).

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Daughters of Liberty is just one of many teams that have yet to make their debut. They could provide some much-needed diversity to the MCU’s predominantly male team-ups by being an all-female collective. Additionally, they have the potential to bring back some beloved characters that were absent from the MCU.

Peggy Carter

Margaret Carter comes to mind while talking about underappreciated characters. Captain America: The First Avenger introduces us to Peggy Carter as Steve Rogers’ love interest. Once she left her short-lived show, she appeared on and off throughout the Infinity Saga.
Despite the fact that they were introduced by the Daughters of Liberty, Agatha and Peggy don’t actually meet until much later in Agatha’s life. Despite the fact that their romance is intriguing and seemingly random, Peggy’s appearance on Agatha’s show would come as a nice surprise to MCU fans who have followed her career closely.

Nicholas Scratch

Nicholas Scratch is the name of Agatha Harkness’s son from a previous relationship with an unidentified partner. Some fans, including Evan Peters, predicted that he would make his MCU debut in WandaVision. He didn’t arrive during Agatha’s performance, but he could turn up then.

Readers of the Fantastic Four comics are familiar with Nicholas Scratch’s villainous tendencies. During the New Salem narrative, he has a major part when he kidnaps Agatha and Franklin Richards, intending to bring them back to New Salem and kill them.

The Scarlet Witch

During WandaVision, Agatha Harkness and Wanda Maximoff formed a strong bond. Even though she was the plot’s antagonist, she nevertheless gave Wanda background information about her past and destiny, which helped her become the Scarlet Witch later on in the story.
Wanda’s mentor in the comics is Agatha. When the Scarlet Witch is diagnosed with a mental condition, Agatha becomes the Scarlet Witch’s primary caregiver. When will the MCU reveal Wanda as the next big bad? It might be as soon as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. If she has a mental collapse as a result of what happened in the movie, no one will be there to help her more than Agatha. Alternatively, the storyline may focus on Agatha’s efforts to find Wanda or on her time spent tending to the ailing witch.

Wiccan And Speed

One of the most significant WandaVision developments was the appearance of Wanda’s children, Wiccan and Speed. The episode closed with the implication that Tommy and Billy were not abducted by the witchcraft hex. Now that the universe exists, Wanda isn’t going to ignore their calls for aid. She could even go on the hunt for them.
Despite her nefarious intentions, Agatha did serve as a sort of nanny in her role as Agnes. Maybe they can get in touch with Agnes to ask for help now that the twins are lost in the multiverse. You never know. They may still make an appearance if they’re already free. This would serve as a setup for the Young Avengers’ upcoming MCU appearance.

Chthon

WandaVision’s version of Agatha holds the Darkhold, a copy of the Book of the Dead, which she has. Wanda’s involvement in the MCU as a whole, as well as the factoid about chaos magic, are all revealed thanks to her usage of the device. Wanda dives headfirst into the final book in the series.

The Darkhold is where the demon Chthon’s accumulated knowledge resides in the comics, and it’s where Wanda Maximoff gets her powers (in some versions). Mephisto was widely expected to make his MCU debut in the film. The odds have shifted in favor of Chthon, who has a long history with chaos magic, reaching the shared universe first. What better setting for his acting debut than Agatha Christie’s show?

Magneto

As we’ve seen in the comics, Magneto Agatha and Wanda have a special bond. Scarlet Witch confides in her because she is one of the few people she can trust. Magneto also has faith in her. The introduction of the X-Men to the Marvel Cinematic Universe has sparked a great deal of discussion among fans. Some believe they should not arrive until Phase 5 or perhaps later, while others believe it has already happened. Even so, a series about Agatha’s life would be a great way to introduce mutants to the MCU, with Magneto being the obvious choice. Magneto is known for being a wanderer in the comics, so it’s possible that his path crossed Agatha’s in the past.

The Fantastic Four

When it comes to personal relationships, Agatha’s most significant one is with Franklin Richards, the child of Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman. In the Marvel Universe, Franklin is a reality warper with rare abilities and a titanic force to be reckoned with. Although Agatha Harkness has an affection for him, the Fantastic Four trusted her implicitly enough to leave Franklin in her care while they were away.

Fan expectations for the Fantastic Four are high, as are those for the X-Men. Kevin Feige revealed that the First Family of Marvel would feature in an MCU film, so the idea that they might appear in Agatha’s show isn’t completely out of the question. Franklin would suffice if the Fantastic Four weren’t available. It’s not like he’s not important to the plot of Agatha’s novel. If he were to attend, it would be ideal.