>>120718690>"dead brother of main character but also was a memorable character from a completely different universe"
That's not a blip on the Mandalorian Luke Skywalker cameo radar, especially when Wanda is crafting the reality we're perceiving, whether she realizes and admits it or not, and is untrustworthy at best.
What made the Luke cameo special?
That was a primary franchise character the audience had watched and become invested in for years, who many perceived to be such a big get there was no way it'd ever happen.
I'm not just saying, Magneto. I specifically mean Ian McKellan as Magneto, possibly aged down to Fassbender so they can play with the character for the next decade. But within Marvel, as we enter Phase 4 and they get to work introducing mutants? Just as Hickman is beginning to acknowledge Wanda and Pietro, and their relationship with Magento in the comics? It wouldn't be the first time I'm wrong, and I know they acknowledged her parents this episode. The same episode where we got a Pietro known for having been born and raised in the US, and even holding his baby sister Wanda. At this point, I think taking any given information as fact is foolish, and its best to enjoy the ride and wait for the end.