Marvel also announced a second season of the series in post-credits —
it should be clear by now that Marvel Studios is fully committed to the MCU Phase 4 multimedia concept, the Disney+ Loki series has expanded on even more and the show wrapped up its six episodes this week. . Of course, the end of this match was a bit "talkative" and a bit heavy. But it ended up in a rocky hell with too many terrifying possibilities for the MCU as a whole — especially Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is currently slated to release next March.
(The major final spoilers are below the second gallery. We'll be making noises when we get there.)
As mentioned earlier, Loki's starting point for this scene in Avengers: Endgame That's when Loki 2012 traps you in a space rock siege and disappears through a gateway. Our scammers will soon encounter a team of armed guards who are "arresting" on behalf of the Time Variation Authority (TVA), the MCU's "Calendar Trustees", and monitoring for "holy schedule" violations. Try TVA to change the date, and you could end up with a wrong ending for Cannon Retroactive (Ret Con) and removing your entire history from the historical timeline.Read more Comment: Our favorite con man in the premiere is Loki Charismatic (Raw) for responding to his "crime". But another TVA agent, Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson, WI) intervenes. He wants to bypass Loki to track down the last fugitive and disrupt everything by creating what are called "Nexus Events". And Loki reluctantly agrees, albeit on his own agenda. He begins his skepticism about TVA, for starters, and not just because he's taking their autocratic approach to keeping the schedule.
The pilot episode of "Glorious Target" was the most popular Disney+ series. I wrote in my review last month: "I have done all that is necessary and have done it with a fraud that is better than a strange fraud, as befits a deceitful God." "It remains to be seen if Loki can develop and maintain this promising start, but I am optimistic that this will be the Marvel series we all want so badly." Advertising
In most cases, this optimism was justified. The remaining five episodes are a fascinating mix of excitement, surprising twists, curiosity, and intimate character moments that all lead to the final reveal: What is the true nature and purpose of TVA and is anyone (or anything) behind it? Keeping triple wires from the Keepers?
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This show wasted no time in making major discoveries. At the end of the second part, Loki and Mobius track down Loki Variant, who turns out to be a woman named Silvio (Sophia Di Martino) with magical powers. There has been a lot of speculation among fans about whether the character "Lady Loki" will be from the comics or the witch. He's actually a completely new character with elements of both. Of course, the two types find each other attractive - and let's face it - the sparks definitely fly. But Sylvie doesn't trust anyone, and 2012's Loki is inherently unreliable, which slows them down making them more attractive to learning to work with each other - and their latest struggle over a frustratingly difficult choice is inevitable.
All of Marvel's best elements are here, including talented actors, plenty of clever Easter eggs, and great production design (check out all the integrated tech). If TVA's headquarters remind you of the Marriott in the '90s, it's because it was filmed at the Marquis Marquis in Atlanta. But what really makes Loki shine isn't just the unique performances - it's the harmony between his teammates: certainly between Hiddleston and Wilson, whose lively encouragement is one of the highlights of the early episodes, but also between Hiddleston and Di Martino, and Wilson and Mabata-Raw, whose characters are old friends on the Disagreement about the future of TVA.
The final episode of "Journey into Mystery" was a Loki fan favorite. He is "trimmed" by TVA and ends up in a place called Void, where he faces several other Loki choices: Classic Loki (Richard E. Grant), Kid Loki (Jack Veal), Loki Proud (DeObia Oparei), Chief Loki (Hiddleston) , The Unquestionable Doubt: Loki Crocodile. (We even get a glimpse of Thor as a captured frog, known as "The Frog," with Chris Hemsworth declaring his fury.) The only downside to all of Loki's options is that he spends so little time with "we do". Advertising
Hiddleston's portrayal of the MCU hoax is so exceptional, it's almost impossible to imagine anyone else in the role. But the sheer appeal of all of Loki's choices is a testament to the enduring power of the legendary Loki character throughout the ages, regardless of any particular incarnation. Loki is big and includes a lot of people. It's also about the Norwegian YA series Ragnarok, where Jonas Strand Grawley takes a backstage as a smooth teen named Laurits, who eventually mentors Loki in the series' second season - until "Birth" steals a tapeworm. Yarmundagar appears to be the embodiment of the serpent of Midgard and the archenemy of Thor.
The most obvious ending was, of course, everyone's TVA identity and sacred timeline. These are exactly the fans who thought: no one but Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Myers), who was previously approved for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania — or rather, a type of Kang known to him who survived. Mastering (as much as Atticus shines in Lovecraft) is a tough task to deliver on a big show—yes, he has to start a soliloquy—and that's up to an actor doing it with clever cunning. Kang Ou is every inch that original author Michael Waldron describes as "a very charismatic working community."
And yes, there is one last piece of credit: We see the case of the Evil God spelled out with one sign: "Loki returns in Chapter Two." That's right, as Hiddleston himself said before: We're getting a second season, which I think is a good connection, especially given the Cliffinger ending. WandaVision did better as a standalone series, and I don't think Falcon and Winter Soldier were attractive enough to warrant a second season.
But Loki introduced several elements that he only had more time to explore casually due to the need to fulfill his commitment to making future films in the MCU Phase 4, introducing Kang and unlocking the sacred timeline. Become. This is probably the only problem I have with the show and why I'm playing for more - perhaps a standalone adventure. And maybe one day Alligator Loki will have his own show series.
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