Scarlet Witch became the villain Doctor Strange in the MCU's "Multiverse of Madness," and her corruption was made even worse by her secret powers.
Scarlet Witch's fall in the MCU -- from Avengers hero to murderous villain -- was heartbreaking, and her secret powers in Marvel Comics make her fall even more tragic.
Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch earned her comically accurate moniker in the MCU after the Disney+ original series Wandavision. Before that, she was known simply as Wanda - the character she played in the film Avengers: Age of Ultron - despite being an actual superhero and a member of the Avengers. Unfortunately, after one fiasco after another, Scarlet Witch succumbed to her grief and plunged herself into darkness in pursuit of her ultimate happiness. This led to Scarlet Witch becoming an outright villain in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, who proved to be unafraid to kill anyone who stood in her way - a total corruption to witness.
In Howard Mackie and Ian Churchill's X-Men Chronicles #2, the X-Men of the Age of Apocalypse timeline are developing a game plan to defeat the apocalypse and save the world, all between their two most powerful men Members (Arms X and Jean Gray) leave Forever team. In light of this development, Quicksilver, one of the leaders of the X-Men under Magneto, is reliving the loss of his sister Scarlet Witch, who was killed by Apocalypse's son Nemesis in the previous issue. He tells Rogue about her presence in the X-Men, how much he and the team miss her — and points out that she has a hidden "ability" to "instantly make anyone feel loved."
Scarlet Witch Made People Feel Loved, Making Her Corruption Tragic
Although Quicksilver does not imply that Scarlet Witch has literal powers that make people feel euphoric (although she is a powerful magic user, so it is a potential possibility), she is born with The "ability" to do so was ingrained in her personality so much that it was noticed by her brothers many years after her death. This makes her descent into villainy so tragic that, as Doctor Strange demonstrated in the Multiverse of Madness, Scarlet Witch does nothing but inspire fear and death in nearly every scene she's in. Scarlet Witch's literal child murdering her intent for her own gain while hunting down classic Marvel characters like Reed Richards and Professor X - that's a far cry from making people feel loved.
Although there are many There have been many instances of Scarlet Witch being portrayed as a villain in Marvel Comics and the MCU (including House of M and even her debut), and this comic makes it clear that underneath it all, she has a secret "ability" to People feel loved - an ability that has recently been destroyed in the MCU.