The theory claims that as the comic series reached the inevitable conclusion, Marvel realized this was the end of Vision and the character fell to Earth with Scarlet Witch's symbiote and we haven't told that story in a while.

Huffington Post’s Jessica Lessin reported on one Reddit commenter’s theory claiming in their article “What Happened to The Vision?”: Here’s another theory circulating amongst comic book aficionados as to why Vision was killed off in Captain America: Civil War. The theory claims that as the comic series reached the inevitable conclusion, Marvel realized this was the end of Vision and the character fell to Earth with Scarlet Witch’s symbiote - and we haven’t told that story in a while. According to the theory, Vision was killed off to create a fresh slate of Ant-Man and Wasp Antagonists as an excuse to create the new Scarlet Witch, a new “main heroine”, not that she was given a new costume. According to the theory, Vision also believed that his death would “give him more freedom to run the Avengers as he has wanted to do.” But that’s not all… According to The Inquisitr, we heard from a new Marvel villain in the film who isn’t too happy about having Vision killed. One of the key villains in this upcoming superhero film, the villain who we’ll be following in Thor: Ragnarok, is known as the “Man of Iron” – and he doesn’t take kindly to seeing his brother cut down. Speaking to Heroic Hollywood , the Man of Iron revealed: “Yeah, he’s angry. I mean, really angry. And really upset, too. At that moment, there was a moment where we were able to see everything he’s dealt with and understood him for years, and now he dies.” So, after seeing Vision’s death coming – and having to watch Cap’s destruction to be in the movie at all – does Scarlet Witch’s desire to keep the Hulk from destroying the world make her a bad guy, too? It’s hard to know, but so far Stark has proven to be the best at dealing with his own mental issues that the possibility is there. And if she doesn’t want to see her brother’s killer go unpunished, that’s her call. (Note: The Man of Iron’s name is a mystery … he isn’t one of the major villains in the film at this point.) Update 8/14/17: In early August of 2017, Marvel announced their next Phase 3 film , tentatively set for a 2018 release. We’re still not sure where it’s set – but we’ll keep you updated here and on Facebook and Twitter!

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