Marvel’s Agatha Darkhold Diaries’ Gets New Logo
Marvel enthusiasts have long known of the WandaVision spinoff series dedicated to Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha Harkness on Disney+. As a beloved character from Marvel Studios’ inaugural TV series, Agatha’s return to the small screen has generated a great deal of anticipation.
While Agatha’s series has been in development for a while, its title has undergone several changes during production. Previously referred to as Agatha: House of Harkness and Agatha: Coven of Chaos, the show has now officially adopted the name Agatha: Darkhold Diaries.
Agatha Harkness played a significant role in the Disney+ series “WandaVision,” portrayed by Kathryn Hahn. Her character’s true nature and intentions were revealed as the series progressed, making her a memorable and complex antagonist.
A snapshot shared on co-star Aubrey Plaza’s Instagram account some time ago hinted at Darkhold Diaries being the new title for the Marvel projet. However, neither the studio nor Disney+ had confirmed this information until recently. That has changed, as Disney has released the new title’s logo on the press page for the Agatha show. You can view the new logo below!
What remains to be seen is if the title changes are intentionally leaning into the Multiversal theme currently running rampant in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. All three titles are plays on “Agatha” while changes in the release order and details are always fluid, three name changes seem out of sorts for Marvel Studios.
Aubrey Plaza also shared details about the upcoming show in a sit down with The Hollywood Reporter, where the actress shared that Agatha is, “it’s the most elevated Marvel material that’s out there.”
Agatha Harkness, a character from Marvel Comics, made her first appearance in “Fantastic Four” #94 in January 1970. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, Agatha Harkness is a powerful witch and a mentor to the Scarlet Witch, Wanda Maximoff. Her character has undergone significant changes and developments over the years.
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Agatha Harkness first appeared as the nanny for Franklin Richards, the son of Reed and Sue Richards (Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman) in the “Fantastic Four” series. Her initial role was that of a caregiver and guardian.
Agatha’s character was later revealed to be a centuries-old witch with vast magical knowledge. She became a crucial figure in teaching Wanda Maximoff how to harness and control her reality-warping powers.
Agatha Harkness has had affiliations with the Avengers, having been a consultant and magical advisor to the team. Her wisdom and magical abilities often made her a valuable asset to the group.
At times, Agatha has been portrayed with ambiguous motives and has even been an antagonist. She has played a role in some significant events in the Marvel Universe, including the “Scarlet Witch” limited series where her actions had a profound impact on Wanda.
What that means is still very unclear, but fans will be able to unpack that statement when Agatha: Darkhold Diaries is released on Disney+ sometime in 2024. Currently, fans of Marvel TV can get their fix with Loki Season 2, currently airing every Thursday. Next up is “Echo”, in January 2024.
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