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* FriendlyGhost: Agatha Harkness -- well, she's a friendly as possible to somebody [[NeverLiveItDown who technically killed her]].

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* FriendlyGhost: Agatha Harkness -- well, she's a friendly as possible to somebody [[NeverLiveItDown [[OnceDoneNeverForgotten who technically killed her]].


* ContinuityNod: Issue 9 has Quicksilver try to recruit Wanda to Tony's side for the second Civil War (which she almost mistakes as the first). Wanda declines and sides with Carol, citing she used to work with Tony in a similarly proactive group called Force Works.

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* ContinuityNod: Issue 9 has Quicksilver try to recruit Wanda to Tony's side for the second Civil War (which she almost mistakes as the first). Wanda declines and sides with Carol, citing that she used to work with Tony in a similarly proactive group called Force Works.


Written by James Robinson with rotating artists, covers by David Aja, and a new costume design by Kevin Wada, this title focuses on Wanda Maximoff --the ComicBook/ScarletWitch-- as she investigates the curious case of broken witchcraft in the MarvelUniverse. While she's headlined two limited series in the past --one of which she shared with ComicBook/TheVision-- this is her first ongoing title as a solo character.

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Written by James Robinson with rotating artists, covers by David Aja, and a new costume design by Kevin Wada, this title focuses on Wanda Maximoff --the ComicBook/ScarletWitch-- as she investigates the curious case of broken witchcraft in the MarvelUniverse. While she's she has headlined two limited series in the past --one of which she shared with ComicBook/TheVision-- this is her first ongoing title as a solo character.


* Evil Counterpart: The Emerald Warlock.

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* Evil Counterpart: EvilCounterpart: The Emerald Warlock.

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* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: As usual, Wanda's powers change DependingOnTheWriter. In the first issue, her narration tells us that her abilities include "levitation [and] transformation," which were powers the old ''ComicBook/OfficialHandbookOfTheMarvelUniverse'' explicitly stated she ''didn't'' have, and teleportation, which she was only able to do [[Comicbook/JLAAvengers during a trip to the DC universe]].


-> ''I've often heard the spells I cast referred to as '''chaos magic''' ... but in actual fact they're far from "chaotic" -- their power and intensity are linked to the energy of the '''Earth''' and '''womankind''', revered by ancient pagan faiths, feared by men. Its name is '''witchcraft.''' In my past, I have ill-used that power, and I am feared because of it. But I am more than the sum of those mistakes. I am better than that. And I resolve to put things right ... to right the wrongs when magic is involved. And not part of a team. Me alone.''
--> Wanda Maximoff, the '''Scarlet Witch'''

'''''Scarlet Witch''''' is a 2015 Creator/{{Marvel}} comic book, published as part of the ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel initiative that followed in the wake of ''ComicBook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}'' earlier that year.

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-> ''I've ''"I've often heard the spells I cast referred to as '''chaos magic''' ... but in actual fact they're far from "chaotic" -- their power and intensity are linked to the energy of the '''Earth''' and '''womankind''', revered by ancient pagan faiths, feared by men. Its name is '''witchcraft.''' In my past, I have ill-used that power, and I am feared because of it. But I am more than the sum of those mistakes. I am better than that. And I resolve to put things right ... to right the wrongs when magic is involved. And not part of a team. Me alone.''
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Wanda Maximoff, the '''Scarlet Witch'''

'''''Scarlet Witch''''' ''Scarlet Witch'' is a 2015 Creator/{{Marvel}} Creator/MarvelComics comic book, published as part of the ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' initiative that followed in the wake of ''ComicBook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}'' earlier that year.

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* Evil Counterpart: The Emerald Warlock.


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While not ''exactly'' an {{anthology comic}}, every issue is said to be self-contained story that fits within the larger narrative of Wanda taking it upon herself to fix witchcraft in the world, each drawn by a different artist. Some of Robinson's confirmed collaborators include [[ComicBook/ThePunisherMAX Steve Dillon]], [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Annie Wu]], [[ComicBook/SheHulk Javier Pulido]], and [[ComicBook/DCComicsBombshells Marguerite Sauvage]].

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While not ''exactly'' an {{anthology comic}}, every issue is said to be self-contained story that fits within the larger narrative of Wanda taking it upon herself to fix witchcraft in the world, each drawn by a different artist. Some of Robinson's confirmed collaborators include [[ComicBook/ThePunisherMAX Steve Dillon]], Creator/SteveDillon, [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Annie Wu]], [[ComicBook/SheHulk Javier Pulido]], and [[ComicBook/DCComicsBombshells Marguerite Sauvage]].


* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The premise of this series is comparatively similar to ''[[ComicBook/JohnConstantine Constantine]]: The ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'', which Creator/{{DC}} launched after their own [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} major crossover event]] the same year as ''Secret Wars''.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The premise of this series is comparatively similar to ''[[ComicBook/JohnConstantine Constantine]]: The ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'', which Creator/{{DC}} Creator/{{DC|Comics}} launched after their own [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} major crossover event]] the same year as ''Secret Wars''.

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* ExactWords: Marya Maximoff was set on fire. Nobody said anything about her dying from it...


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* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Natalya looks very similar to Wanda which easily keys in her and Pietro to her identity.

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* ColorCharacter: Wanda discusses in issue 12 the tendency for magic users to have such titles, and not basic colors either with hues like scarlet, emerald and coral.


* ContinuityNod: Issue 9 has Quicksilver to recruit Wanda to Tony's side for the second Civil War (which she almost mistakes as the first). Wanda declines and sides with Carol, citing she used to work with Tony in a similarly proactive group called Force Works.

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* ContinuityNod: Issue 9 has Quicksilver try to recruit Wanda to Tony's side for the second Civil War (which she almost mistakes as the first). Wanda declines and sides with Carol, citing she used to work with Tony in a similarly proactive group called Force Works.

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* ContinuityNod: Issue 9 has Quicksilver to recruit Wanda to Tony's side for the second Civil War (which she almost mistakes as the first). Wanda declines and sides with Carol, citing she used to work with Tony in a similarly proactive group called Force Works.


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* SociopathicHero: Wanda is fed up with Pietro's arrogance and domineering attitude in issue 9. She claims after concluding she has depression from research that her research into his behavior points to him being a sociopath.

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