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Loki Season 1 Finale: Is This The Revelation Of Next Big MCU Villain?

by Ankita Mohanty
Loki Season 1 Finale: Is This The Revelation Of Next Big MCU Villain?

The excruciating Loki finale has been finally aired and we are here for it. The series ended with Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) defeating energy-consuming monster Alioth and finding out what lies beyond the end of time.

The season finale answers whether the two Lokis manage to kill the creator and return people their free will. But things didn’t go as they planned.

Here is everything that happened in the season finale:

  • We find out what lies at the end of time
  • Kang the Conqueror finally makes his debut
  • Kang may the next big MCU villain: ‘Loki’s head writer’
  • Loki and Sylvie get into a disagreement
  • Good news, we are getting a season 2

 

We find out what lies at the end of time

The 6th episode begins with the 2 Loki’s entering the citadel at the End of Time, a castle located on some cosmic asteroid. As our heroes are about to step into the citadel, Miss Minute (enacted/voiced by Tara Strong) appears and introduces ‘He Who Remains/the one behind TVA’ and i.e. Kang the Conqueror (enacted by Jonathan Majors).

 

Kang the Conqueror finally makes his debut

Although the makers haven’t announced him as Kang the conqueror, he has been referred to as the conqueror.

Additionally, Majors have been cast as Kang in 2023’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

If we go by the comics, Kang is depicted as a long time enemy of the Avengers.

He is a time-travelling, multiversal being, entirely falling into the role projected as the man who keeps the Sacred Timeline sans branches.

 

Kang may the next big MCU villain: ‘Loki’s head writer’

“We wanted this show to be huge, and we wanted it to really end with a bang,” Loki head writer Michael Waldron informs a news portal. “Knowing that Kang was probably going to be the next big cross-movie villain, it just always made so much sense.”

 

Loki and Sylvie get into a disagreement

In the episode, He Who Remains explains to Loki and Sylvie how branched timelines created multiversal wars.

He reveals to have fought many of his variants, who’re really “evil”.

While Loki believes him, Sylvie is sure it’s a lie to manipulate them with power. A fighting scene commences and in the end Sylvie kills ‘He Who Remains’ giving rise to the all-powerful Kang.

 

Good news, we are getting a season 2

By the end of the episode, the timeline has been set into disarray, which means multiple realities now exist without any supervision.

Loki enters the scene and frantically explains the situation to Mobius, who fails to recognize him.

The series ends with the display of a giant statue of Kang the Conqueror instead of sacred timekeepers.

In MCU style, the post-credit scenes confirmed that a second season will be coming soon.

https://www.newsbytesapp.com/news/entertainment/loki-is-returning-with-season-two-fans-rejoice/story

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