The MCU’s upcoming Vision Quest series on Disney+ presents the perfect opportunity to introduce the Android Avenger’s robotic children.
Not much is known about the MCU’s plan for their upcoming project Disney+ Vision Quest series, which is said to follow the journey of White Vision trying to recall the memories of the original Vision. However, it’s a possible audiences will see Vision’s android children, Viv and Vin Vision, introduced to the MCU.
Vision is a synthezoid made from vibranium, and he’s a popular member of the Avengers and part of one of the most iconic Marvel romantic pairings with the Scarlet Witch. However, the original Vision Quest storyline from the comic books deviates greatly from the MCU Vision’s history. For example, Vision was torn apart and rebuilt by Tony Stark. Furthermore, this new Vision was not in a relationship with the Scarlet Witch, as she had begun dating Wonder Man, and so the android set off to build a life of his own.
Who are Viv and Vin Vision?
Vision takes The Scarlet Witch’s advice and goes off to find someone like her to be with and in turn, he builds himself a family in the laboratory where he was made. He makes his wife, Virginia, who is based off The Scarlet Witch’s brainwaves, and two twin teenage children, Viv and Vin Vision. The four synthezoids move to Virginia, D.C. where Vision believes the family will prosper and grow. Viv and Vin, both being synthezoids, don’t understand the commodities of human society. The twins, alongside their parents, immediately stick out among the neighbors and their classmates. Even Virginia questions why Vision would want them to act and behave in the same way the surrounding humans do.
Both twins have the power of destiny manipulation which allows them to manipulate their abilities in different ways. For example, they have incredible super strength and are able to fly much like father. Their powers and unusual nature as synthezoids do not make life easy for the Visions. Throughout the course of Vision’s solo series, the family faced many challenges to their dynamic. Their home is attacked by a relative of Vision’s originator and Viv is critically damaged. It takes a few days for her repairs to be made, and during that time apart from his sister, Vin attacks another student.
The emotional climax of the series occurs during a visit from another android built by Ultron, Victor Mancha, who is technically Vision’s brother. Vin catches Victor making a report to the Avengers, and in an attempt to hold him hostage to not say anything, Victor accidentally irreversibly damages Vin’s nerve systems. The synthezoid teenager dies, crying out for his father in an emotional scene.
The Vision Family’s Place in the MCU
Marvel has built up the next generation of young heroes in both their comic books and the MCU. Viv Vision would fit into this paradigm. After all, she became a notable member of the superhero team the Champions, alongside Ms. Marvel and Miles Morales. Viv’s comic book journey with emotional repression (largely due to her brother and mother’s death) and her queer identity, makes her a fascinating character ripe for the MCU adaptation treatment.
It would make sense that the MCU would include Vin and Viv in Vision Quest as their family life is a direct followup to White Vision’s regaining his memories. The family dynamics and tone of the source material would make it an ideal WandaVision spinoff. Such a hypothetical project would introduce Viv to a quickly growing stable of young heroes in the MCU. Vin and Viv helped reinvent Vision'[s characterization and furthered his journey as an Avenger outside of his relationship with the Scarlet Witch. The two would be great additions to the MCU as a Disney+ project.