| > I did comment on Wanda. As his universe doesn't exist anymore, I don't think that she could alter it to make him not exist, or not have powers. And considering that everthing that he has faced as failed to kill him, I'm thinking that she may not have the power to actually do it.|
> Even if she did, there is no shame in losing to someone with the power to cause a chain reaction that warps reality across the entire Marvel multiverse.
I agree. The logic set up on the character is that he is a living anomaly, he doesn't belong in this or any other universe. Given he has proved utterly immune to even the highest forms of magic, which in itself is a form of reality warping, I see a strong case for him being immune to Wanda's power for the most part. What he wouldn't be immune to is being locked inside another dimension however.... though how long he'd be there before he finds a way out or someone pulled him out is another question. As he himself said - "I always find a way out".