Marvel Studios’ first Disney+ original series, WandaVision, is one of the most anticipated shows of 2021 and it’s almost here! Full reviews won’t publish until January 14th, a day before the premiere, but the embargo was just lifted on social media reactions. Here’s what critics are saying, starting with our own Marvel expert, Mike Mack.

That sounds very promising.

ComicBook.com writer Brandon Davis not only praises the show’s originality, but also changed his profile image to be in-theme with the show’s poster.

Steven Weintraub of Collider credits Kevin Feige with taking bold risks, keeping Marvel Studios at the upper echelon of the super hero film business.

Missing Disney Parks? ScreenRant writer Mama’s Geeky says it’s a “Wild and crazy ride.” Also Mama’s Geeky is now MamaVision.

Attractions Magazine editor Brittani Tuttle says it’s “Funnier than I expected.”

But it’s also full of the drama and tension you expect from Marvel Studios, according to Meagan Damore of Comic Book Resources.

Kristen Lopez of Indie Wire praises the performances of Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany and loved the throwback aspect to classic shows.

Praise has also been given to supporting cast members Teyonah Parris & Kathryn Hahn by Courtney Howard. Is it too soon to start speculating Emmy nominations?

The only social reaction that comes close to criticism is that it’s “Refreshingly not Marvel.” I’m not sure what that even means.

“Every episode feels like a page turn of a comic book,” says Joseph Deckelmeier of The Illuminerdi.

Kevin McCarthy of Fox 5 DC says keep your eyes peeled for Easter Eggs.

With half-hour episodes, James Viscardi of ComicBook.com says it’s good Disney+ will launch the first two episodes together as the pair helps establish the premise.

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