Warning: This article contains spoilers for “WandaVision” Episode 8.

“WandaVision” had an end credits scene that might hint at a new version of Vision coming to the show.

What happened

“WandaVision” ended with a post-credits scene that had agent Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) approaching a new room where there’s a new version of Vision waiting for him there. The version of Vision seemed to lack the red colors and looked to have a white color. Tyler suggests the new Vision needed power from Wanda’s alternate reality, called the Hex, in order to work.

Who is white Vision?

Per ComicBook.com, White Vision was a version of Vision that appeared in the ’80s and ’90s who had less emotion than the traditional Vision. He started losing emotion so he took on a new form.

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Is it Anti-Vision?

OK, so this might be a sign that “Anti-Vision” might finally be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, too.

Anti-Vision revealed himself in the comic books in 1993, according to the Marvel Fan Database. He came from Earth-932, which is an alternate version of Earth within the Marvel comic book universe. He arrived with the mission of getting the original Vision’s body back since it had been destroyed. He tried to invade the planet but ended up in a massive confrontation with the Avengers and the real Vision.

Eventually, the real Vision defeated the Anti-Vision and sent him packing. We haven’t read anything about him since in the comics.

Rumors of white Vision

A report from MCU Cosmic earlier this week suggested that Marvel Studios was considering adding the white version of Vision. The report came from a popular Reddit post that had been flagged as a spoiler.