WandaVision graces the latest covers of Empire Magazine as the trippy newsstand and subscriber editions are revealed for the magazine's January 2021 issue.
The newsstand edition features Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as the Scarlet Witch and Vision, respectively, as the pair move from their normal reality as members of The Avengers to an alternate reality of a '50s sitcom.
The subscriber cover below happens to look really cool and wild as it features the head of the Vision with Scarlet Witch inside showing off her powers, which have been said to break the MCU Multiverse wide open.
WandaVision Empire Magazine covers:
WandaVision debuts on Disney Plus in January
The issue of Empire Magazine goes on sale Nov. 26 and will feature exclusive images of from the upcoming WandaVision TV series, as well as an interview with MCU boss Kevin Feige explaining why Disney Plus was the perfect fit; Paul Bettany recalls how Vision came back from the dead, which follows his demise at the end of Infinity War; Elizabeth Olsen recalls filming in front of a live audience to channel a classic 1950s TV atmosphere; series director Matt Shakman talks about the preparations for an on-set sitcom bootcamp, and the issue offers a glimpse into the Marvel Phase 4 plans.
WandaVision gets released on Disney Plus Jan. 15, 2021, and it's known the series, in addition to the Tom Hiddleston Loki series, will directly tie into Doctor Strange 2: In The Multiverse Of Madness, with speculation and rumor also offering that WandaVision also possibly ties into Spider-Man 3, which is rumored to be a Multiverse Spider-Verse flick as it will also star Benedict Cumberbatch and Jamie Foxx.
WandaVision also stars Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis from the Thor movies, Kathryn Hahn as Agnes, Randall Park as Jimmy Woo, and Teyonah Parris stars as Monica Rambeau, with the character having first debuted in the MCU in the Brie Larson Captain Marvel movie.