WandaVision was Marvel Studios’ first venture into the lore of the Darkhold, which will play a key role in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, and it exceeded everyone’s expectations with Wanda finally gaining the title of the Scarlet Witch, and a new outfit which was very comic-accurate.
Today, we continue on the topic of outfits as we’ve received new concept art for Wanda Maximoff and Agatha Harkness, which were never used in the final version of the series. The concept art was revealed in ‘The Art Of WandaVision‘ artbook.
Concept Art For Wanda
Initial Concept Art For Wanda’s Crown
This image shows various different iterations of Wanda’s crown. However, none of these were used in the product we received.
Final Concept Art For Wanda’s Crown
Initial Concept Art For Wanda’s Suit
In these designs, they’ve tried to make her suit more comic-accurate while still honoring her earlier suits. Some of these designs feature the crown, while some don’t, which means that they didn’t always consider adding in her crown. A hood was also considered at one point, which made its way into the final design.
Final Concept Art For Wanda’s Suit
Concept Art For Agatha Harkness
Initial Concept Art For Agatha
In the image on the left, Agatha has been given a more modern take, wearing a leather jacket and ripped jeans.
In the image on the right, she still has the leather jacket, but she is wearing a more ragged dress and a different hairdo.
In these two designs, Agatha has a hippie look, wearing a tropical shirt, with baggy pants, and boots. She is wearing a green drape in the image on the left and has rings on every finger in the image on the right.