- I got the impression that Billy only started believing he was the Scarlet Witch's son because the Super-Skrull put the idea into his head. That happened after he met Tommy. Of course, if Billy is as powerful as Wanda, it's possible he subconsciously altered the timestream itself.
- Jossed (unless there's a retcon/plot-twisat later) Wanda's back and called them "my sons"
- Nope. It did finally happen though. But it was because of Teddy proposing to Billy
- Jossed Billy met the Scarlet Witch and she is a completely different person from him.
- Unlikely but Loki hints that Billy created Teddy as a dream literally come true
- And Tommy complains about not wanting supervision and Wanda brightly offers to ground him. Or make him listen to Pietro talk about himself for a few hours. It's all but been proven that Tommy's parents either don't care much or at least aren't looking for him, so I think he's going to be stuck with Wanda and Pietro.
- Wiccan will be fine without Wanda's direct supervision. Doctor Strange will ask him to be his apprentice (or vice versa) and become a kind of father-figure for him.
- All his geeking out over the Scarlett Witch(who was born in eastern europe), his decidedly camp gay moments where he quotes Heidi Klum and dresses the group up as characters from The Sound of Music all point to this. Also the Norse Mythology thing. That too.
- I know, Hulk got his powers from Gamma Rays, but stay with me here. So, Billy and Teddy are going to have a kid (Via Billy's magic) and the Avengers have a total freak-out. They end up on the run, when a (past? present? I dunno) Iron Lad helps them escape into the time stream. They end up in the past, where the baby is born. Knowing that they can't bring it back to the present, they give it to a woman who miscarried, and alter evryone's memories so that they think it's her kid. Billy and Teddy return to the present, and everyone assumes the child died. However, the child grows up and starts experamenting with Gamma Rays. The Gamma Rays had the effect they did because of his heiratage, and he becomes the Hulk.
- ... A.) Billy died at the end of Children's Crusade 4, or
- Oh come on! It would be too good to pass up!
- He'll also incur Loki's wrath by asking certain personal questions: "So that legend about you and that stallion...?"
- He joined the official New Avengers lineup.
- He was kidnapped and will be featured in Marvel's Avengers Arena.
- He's on the run with Magneto or Pietro after the events of Avengers Vs X-Men. He did seem to bond with them much more than Billy!
- He's joined the Runaways to be Molly's new Big Brother Mentor.
- He's in the middle of a 10-Minute Retirement and will join them later.
- He couldn't stand the Kaplans and moved out. Kieron Gillen announced he would appear in #6.
- Maybe not so reluctant - my reading of Loki's actions in JIM, as heartbreaking as they ended up being, seemed entirely in hopes of putting himself in a position where he can become a better person. But then no one, especially Loki himself, thinks it's going to stick, because Status Quo is God.
- While certainly possible, the odds took a recent dip when Billy brought back a version of Teddy's foster mother. And she turned out to be evil.
- Partially confirmed. Eventually Cassie did come back in Axis but she isn't evil.
- Alternately, they'll just become platonic Vitriolic Best Buds since Loki being in the body of a child would Squick out a number of people.
- And that's not even going into the fact that Loki may have the body of a child, but he has the mind of a much older man. Any way it would be handled, a romance involving him would be... problematic.
- Kieron Gillen made it clear that Kid Loki was well and truly dead after the ends of Everything Burns, but that was a case of Torch the Franchise and Run, as he knew leaving Kid Loki alive would inevitably cause someone else to write him back into villainy. Since he got to keep control of Kid Loki, does that mean he could change his mind?
- Jossed. Kid Loki is still dead. As is original Loki. Loki successfully Loki'd themself.
- Depending on the nature of the Mother's power and what constitutes a "parent", it's probably unlikely, since whatever Loki's role in Leah's creation was, it was clear that he had romantic feelings towards her, thus precluding any parental ones. However, Loki, or at least his former self, has fathered several children in the Marvel universe. It's likely his reincarnation as a child (or simply his nature) that somehow impedes the Mother's ability to control him.
- Jossed in this series. Loki genuinely tried to go back to villainy (because he hated himself for the whole killing Kid!Loki thing), but found that he can't.
- But also confirmed as this stunt lead to this plan later.
- Confirmed, but completely differently In the end Loki defeats evil Leah and actually becomes a hero, but at the cost of coming clear about all his manipulations an having to finally face his guilt over Kid Loki's death and the shame forces him out of the team.
- Jossed, in that Billy-as-Demiurge creates her home dimension and thus the Demiurge is revered as a god there. Thus America idolised him. She ran away from home after her two mothers died.
- Billy is canonically fond of musicals and probably figured Wicked was perfect for Loki. It seems to have made some kind of impact on the God of Mischief since he's seen singing one of its songs in the shower in Loki: Agent of Asgard.
- Made some kind of impact is an understatement. You can map the characters (albeit the casting shifts as the story progresses) and most of the songs (even if slightly out of order) on that series.
The logistics involved in Billy warping reality to create Teddy are kind of nuts. And while 'nuts' isn't exactly a new things for comics, this is a special kind of what the hell.
So Billy wanted to create the perfect Prince Charming. Fine. But Teddy isn't just an Adorkable mutant with awesome parents who live in a suburb or whatever. Hell, he isn't even an Adorkable billionaire's kid whose mutant power was shapeshifting, if Billy really wanted to go with the usual 'ideal man' of romance tropes.
No, to get Teddy as he is, Billy would have had to create Teddy's very complicated family history. He would have had to decide, subconsciously, that his perfect Prince Charming is a Skrull-Kree hybrid. Which, okay, nothing wrong with that, but that's pretty damn specific. Of course, Teddy is the heir to both the Skrull and Kree empires and at first that sounds pretty cool... but it means that he could eventually be separated from Billy entirely. Hell, it's already almost happened. And being apart from Teddy, possibly permanently, or losing him to the responsibilities that generally come with being in charge of at least one entire species that is really excited about killing both humans and Teddy's other half of the genetic family tree, is presumably not in the whole 'perfect Prince Charming romance' plan.
But okay, let's say that all of the above really is what Billy wanted. So what does that mean? Teddy being heir to two empires — especially those particular two empires — would involve Billy manipulating a whole crapton of huge, very specific events and significant, powerful people (Wanda included) in ways that would have a massive impact on the future of the universe and the future of multiple species therein. And Billy would have had to do it retroactively, which means changing the past, because all of those things happened before Billy was even born. Yes, Billy can do that — now, as the Demiurge — but seriously? All of that? Unconsciously? Before he even knew he had powers at all, let alone change reality? And without glowing blue and chanting a lot?
At least with Wanda's subconscious use of reality warping, she's had her powers for years and has been using them for years, meaning they have had a lot of time to mature and grow, and her instincts have had a lot of time to get used to those powers. Billy hadn't even used his, or at most had only been aware of them for a very short time. On top of that, Billy's powers haven't been static, they've been steadily growing. Meaning that he is way more powerful now than he was when he was first introduced, yet we're supposed to believe that he pulled off making all of that happen before he'd ever so much as thrown off a spark, and that he did it unknowingly, without showing a hint of power, just with some formless, subconscious wish to fall in love with a Prince Charming?
Yeah, I'm not buying it. And I am really hoping that this theory is not Jossed by Word of God or future events, if only because, as heartwarming as the scene where Teddy says he doesn't care either way is, Teddy being Billy's construct made specifically to love him according to what Billy wants is something that feels absolutely loaded with Unfortunate Implications. But maybe that's just me.
- It's worth noting that when Wanda created the House of M alternate reality, the skrulls that had already secretly started infiltrating Earth were aware of the change and noted that it was "paper thin". That would imply that even her power to alter reality cannot do so unnoticed by beings from outside of a certain sphere of influence. Presumably because that would require changing the past for everyone in the universe, not just on Earth. Billy changing the history of aliens from other galaxies, decades in the past, to retroactively produce an outcome not even anticipated by him is a bit of a stretch. After all, there is no indication that he has ever been a particularly big fanboy of Captain Mar-vell, or that he even knew who Princess Anelle was. Creating a Prince Charming with a more terrestrial origin would be a lot more plausible.