>>102173659>Basically Ron Thomas, Dan Abnett, and Kurt Busiek repaired Wanda post-Byrne.
Most of the repair work was done under Thomas. Abnett and Busiek had very different ideas on how to move her forwards, and how her powers should work.
It took around 5 years after Byrne for Harras to finish fixing Vision, he left Avengers having set up reuniting them, the various writers who followed him on Volumes 1 & 2 of Avengers all seemed to support the idea. Then Busiek took over and tore them apart again to spend 4 years of Wanda with Wonderman. He eventually ended that before leaving the book, Geoff Johns followed him, and started getting Wanda and Vision back together, but as soon as he left Marvel, Priest's Captain America & Falcon book started building up a Steve/Wanda romance. Then Bendis arrived, and left Vision dead, Wanda in limbo. Both of them were gone for a period of 5-6 years, missing a lot of important events that were formative to modern Marvel, which has probably helped a lot of writers and readers to ignore them.>Alot of the X-Men writers reinforced Byrne and Bendis because it's in their interests to shunt Vision aside so they can push her as an X-character (Magneto, Nightcrawler, etc.)
Most X-book writers just ignored her entirely until M-day. She has far less interaction with Magneto than Pietro ever got, and the Nightcrawler relationship is just an AU and a cartoon. After M-Day, the X-books turned her into a hated pariah, but she never appeared in person very often.> Most modern Marvel writers consider Wanda and Vision lame. They are the only characters not to have benefited from being in the MCU. According to James Robinson Marvel had no plans to do anything with her even with her in the MCU.
Most other Avengers characters to be in the MCU got several shots at a solo title, and consistently featured in team books.