Marvel’s latest project “WandaVision” will debut on Disney+ tomorrow morning, but a slew of early reviews have broken out online.

The show tells the story of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), who are married and living in a town called WestView, based in a sitcom-like reality. But the characters soon learn that everything is not as it seems, and reality itself may be a little off.

In my review, I explained that “nothing is what it appears to be, and everything is confusing. Even as the show progresses, the mystery box continues to unravel, and we’re still left clueless about where we are.” Seriously. In the first three episodes, we don’t learn much. And yet, we learn a little bit more about the direction of Marvel moving forward.

I marathoned the first 3 episodes of ‘WandaVision.’ Is it worth your time?

But of course, I’m just one voice. So here are some snippets from other reviews as found on Rotten Tomatoes. The show currently has a 95%.

  • Adam Graham, Detroit News: “Whatever it is, ‘WandaVision’ is the weirdest entry yet into the MCU, and a significant artistic step forward in its storytelling.”
  • Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic: “I certainly look forward to finding out what direction the show takes. But it’s clearly going to take some time getting there.”
  • Brandon Katz, Observer: “‘WandVision’ works best precisely because it is unlike anything the MCU’s model has ever produced before.”
  • Roxana Hadadi, “Once ‘WandaVision’ starts recycling the same content in each episode, it becomes difficult to ignore that the show’s primary interest is playing with form rather than propelling its story forward.”
  • Alex Maidy, JoBlo’s Movie Network: “‘WandaVision’ is a solid introduction for the MCU to Disney+ because it does not try to be a feature film but an event series that explores a very specific facet of the larger cinematic universe.”
  • Alexis Nedd, Mashable: “Its mystery box presentation is a delightful showcase for Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen’s obvious chemistry and the costume department’s limitless budget.”
  • Charles Pulliam-Moore, “What the two lead actors — and the rest of WandaVision’s cast — are doing instead is genuinely bringing their characters to life in modes fitting a variety of vintage television shows.”

Read more reviews over at Rotten Tomatoes.