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The Vision and the Scarlet Witch was a comic book published in 1982 and 1984, starring both former members of the Avengers, as they try to have a normal life. In the first series it was revealed that Magneto was the father of the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, and in the second Wanda got pregnant and delivered her two sons.


  • Dream Tells You to Wake Up: Badly hurt by Nuklo, Vision is about to die, and has a dream with Orton, Ultron, the Human Torch and Wonder Man. The real Wonder Man is in the hospital, fighting against the Grim Reaper. At one point, both Wonder Men (the one in the dream and the real one) grab Vision and tell him to wake up, in unison.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Nowadays, the reveal would hardly take anyone by surprise, people would likely read the comic precisely for it. And, as a result, the identity of the man cloaked in white should be clear.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: The most prominent example in comic books. And yet, Magneto did not say it directly, he said that Luna was his grandaughter.
  • We Come in Peace — Shoot to Kill: Magneto does not want to fight his newfound family, but they attack him on sight, before he can explain things. Somewhat justified for all their violent previous history together. And that impenetrable magnetic shield around Quicksilver's home may be a sign that Magneto had come to fight just as always

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