Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) would hold the key to Vision's return

The Marvel movie Captain America: The First Avenger may have hidden a key secret to Vision's resurrection.

The debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Steve Rogers's was in Captain America the First Avenger (2011), the story was mostly set during World War II. In the film there was a brief cameo of the Original Human Torch. Whose story in the comics dates back to 1939, but has a deep connection to View and this could carry over to the UCM version (Paul Bettany).

Vision found its end in Avengers: Infinity War by the hand of Thanos (Josh Brolin). The most powerful heroes on Earth desperately tried to protect him in the battle of Wakanda, but to no avail. Once Thanos used the Time Stone, he was able to take the Mind Stone. Since Vision was killed before the "snap", he was a character who did not revive in Avengers: Endgame. But his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is not over yet. Since, somehow, he will return to the Disney + series, WandaVision.

His resurrection may have something to do with his 1970s comic book origin story.

After searching for the truth about his Mad Thinker origins, Vision learned that he was created from two separate sources: Wonder Man's brain patterns and the body of the original Human Torch. The first character to use the name of the Human Torch was not Johnny Storm of the Fantastic Four, but Jim Hammond. An android superhero and former ally of Captain America. After Hammond's mind was erased, his body was transformed into the android Avenger, with a new set of abilities. What this means is that the original Human Torch and Vision were the same person. This was a major twist in the comics, but it was reformulated in the 1990s so that the two characters could coexist.

In Captain America: The First Avenger we were able to see a picture of the human Torch suit at the Stark Expo that Steve Rogers visits.

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) would hold the key to Vision's return

Jim Hammond's body was not used to create Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but it could now be used to introduce the Avenger's mind there and thus be reborn in the WandaVision series. | Movies, comics and series