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Saturday, May 15, 2021

Episode 57: The Horrors of WandaVision

Now that they’re not on a podcast feed full of people with actual knowledge of comic books, Glenn & Scott branch out to examine the Disney Marvel MCU miniseries WandaVison. They examine issues like grief and selfishness, when metatext becomes too textual, and the pressure exerted by audience expectations and the ways creators respond to it. They do their best to determine who exactly the villain of this show is (is anybody on this show NOT the villain?), plus they review the show's score, because there haven’t been enough score reviews on this podcast lately.

You can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/nontoxicfanboys. On this month's Patron-exclusive podcast, Glenn shares a very personal story about his own experience with grief and how it shaped his view of Wanda in this series. Come join us at patreon.com/nontoxicfanboys to hear it!

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The theme music used in this podcast is Discovery by Alexander Nakarada
Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/5756-discovery
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Musical selections from the WandaVision score by Christophe Beck:

  • "Wanda's Theme (End Credits from 'WandaVision')"
  • "Rings"
  • "Wanda and Vision (Love Theme from 'WandaVision')"
  • "Uncharted Waters"
  • "Genesis"

Buy the WandaVision soundtracks reviewed in this episode: