Hidden Details Fans Probably Missed In 'WandaVision' So Far

After months of anticipation, WandaVision has finally made its long-awaited debut on Disney +.

So far, the first three episodes have been bursting with cleverly placed Marvel Easter Eggs that may be foreshadowing events to come.

Below are some of the best-hidden details and Easter Eggs that fans probably have missed in WandaVision so far. Pay attention, because there's a lot to go over.

1. The house number 2800 is significant.

The number 2800 is more than likely a reference to Earth-2800 in the Marvel Universe.

In the comics, the majority of Marvel superheroes live on Earth-616. Earth-2800 by contrast is where the heroes of the MCU live.

2. Abe Brown from *Spider-Man: Homecoming* is mentioned in the fake credits scene.

Abe Brown is a peer of Peter Parker's in Spider-Man: Homecoming. In the comics, Abe grows up to become the superhero Black Tiger.

It's unclear at this point whether or not this is simply an Easter Egg or if Marvel is foreshadowing the arrival of a new character.

3. The helicopter Wanda finds in her garden is emblazoned in Iron Man's colors.

It's important to note that this is the first time that Wanda ever sees color in her sitcom world.

The number 3000 can also be seen on the side of the aircraft. "I love you 3000" was the last thing Tony Stark said to his daughter in Avengers: Endgame.

4. Wanda and Vision are living in New Jersey.

During the opening credits of the episode "Filmed Before A Live Studio Audience," the area code 732 can be seen on the "For Sale" sign on the front lawn.

In the comics, Wanda and Vision also live in New Jersey.

5. Comic book fans will appreciate the toaster commercial in Episode 1.

In the comics, Vision is often referred to as a "Toaster," usually as a way of insulting him.

Just like the Toast Mate 2000, Vision was also created by Stark Industries technology.

6. Wanda and Vision's talent show names are a nod to the comic books.

Wanda and Vision perform their magic act under the stage names of Glamour and Illusion.

In the comic books, Glamour and Illusion are a couple that lives in the same suburb as the two Avengers.

7. Strucker watches do more than just tell time.

Baron von Strucker was a HYDRA leader, as well as the one who gave Wanda her powers in Avengers: Age Of Ultron.

The HYDRA logo can also be seen in the watch face, as well as the tagline "Strucker: he'll make time for you."

8. The bottle of wine may have just spoiled the ending for everyone.

"Maison Du M├ępris" translates to "House of Contempt." There's also a giant "M" on the bottle's neck.

Many fans have taken these as signs that WandaVision is inspired by the popular "House Of M" comic book.

9. HYDRA soap may be a nod to *Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.* or perhaps something even more sinister.

On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Agent Coulson explains that HYDRA brainwashed him with soap. He says it seeps in through our skin and implants "false memories" in our minds.

Is this an Easter Egg or an explanation as to what's really going on?

10. S.W.O.R.D. is introduced.

The Sentient Weapon Observation Response Division is an outer space version of S.H.I.E.L.D. We've seen their logo appear a few times now:

The fake credits scene in episode 1; the helicopter in Wanda's garden; the beekeepers' uniform, and finally on Geraldine's necklace.

11. Is Mephisto pulling the strings?

Mephisto is an interdimensional demon and one of the chief big-baddies in the Marvel Universe.

In the comic books, Wanda uses the soul of Mephisto in order to give birth to her twin sons, Billy and Tommy.

Several people have suggested that Mephisto is really Agnes' husband, Ralph.

During the Talent Show meeting, Dottie oddly remarks that "the devil's in the details." To which Agnes replies "that's not the only place he is."

Could Ralph really be the devil incarnate?

12. There may be more to Mr. Hart's brutal choking scene.

This was an incredibly long and painful scene to watch. Vision's boss, Mr. Hart, begins choking in an incredibly graphic manner.

This mirrors the way that Vision himself died at the hands of Thanos, with Wanda helplessly watching.

13. Could there be a James Spader cameo waiting in the wings?

At the end of episode 3, Geraldine (who is really Monica Rambeau from Captain Marvel) begins unraveling the threads of Wanda's universe.

She reminds Wanda that her twin brother, Pietro, was killed by Ultron. Why make the connection; could Ultron be coming back?

14. Is Wanda losing her powers?

Wanda appears to be controlling everyone in her sitcom universe, and it looks as if it's beginning to cause some strain on her physically.

Could she be the one who's making all of this happen? What do you think?