Scarlet Witch, also known as Wanda Maximoff, debuted in Marvel Comics in 1964 in X-Men #4.
She possesses reality-warping abilities, allowing her to manipulate probability and cast powerful hexes.
Scarlet Witch has a twin brother, Quicksilver, making her part of the powerful mutant duo known as "Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch."
Wanda has been a prominent member of the Avengers, playing key roles in various story arcs and battles against formidable foes.
She shares a complicated romantic relationship with Vision, an android Avenger, exploring themes of love and humanity.
Scarlet Witch has endured significant trauma, including the loss of her children and mental breakdowns, shaping her complex character.
Wanda's powers have led to major comic events like "House of M," where she altered reality, reshaping the Marvel Universe.
Originally depicted as a mutant with innate abilities, her status as a mutant has been retconned in some storylines.
Elizabeth Olsen portrays Scarlet Witch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), showcasing her evolution from a troubled Avenger to a powerful force in "WandaVision" and beyond.
Scarlet Witch's actions in the MCU are set to ripple across the multiverse, influencing future storylines and crossovers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.