Each episode pays homage to designs from different decades, such as Thundercats and The Godfathers!
One of the most striking features of WandaVision is the fact that the series pays homage to sitcoms from decades past. But what if the program was a cartoon? It would then make sense for him to pay homage to designs from all eras, wouldn’t it?
Based on this idea, a talented digital artist reinvented WandaVision in cartoon form. In every published art, Riana McKeith replicated trends from different eras of television and brought traces of iconic designs such as The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo, She-Ra, The Godparents and many more. Check:
The first two episodes of WandaVision, set in the 1950s and 1960s, reproduce cartoon styles such as The Jetsons and The Flinstones, from classic animation studio Hanna-Barbera.
The third installment in the Marvel Studios series pays homage to the 1970s. And for her artistry, Riana McKeith was based on another Hanna-Barbera design, Scooby-Doo.
WandaVision Episode 4 moves away from sitcom style to enter the modern world. In view of this, McKeith distanced himself from cartoons and moved an art closer to current cinematic animations.
As we celebrate the 80s and WandaVision Episode 5, the artist drew inspiration from the style of popular designs of the time, such as He-Man, She-Ra and Thundercats.
In the 1990s, heroes like Batman, Spider-Man, and the X-Men had their own animated series. And being a child of that time, artist Riana McKeith decided to celebrate all these drawings by recreating episode 6 of WandaVision.
For episode 7, the artist was inspired by animations from the 2000s, including Les Parrains Magiciens, Dexter’s Laboratory and Danny Phantom.
For Episode 8, McKeith sought to honor 2010 creations, such as Adventure Time, Gravity Falls, and Steven Universe.
Finally, the ninth and final episode of WandaVision won a beautiful art inspired by some cinematic animations, like episode 4.
WandaVision served as the gateway to Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. All episodes of the series are available on Disney +.
So what did you think of Riana Mckeith’s art? To discover other works by the artist, click here.