According to a new report, the upcoming Loki Disney+ streaming series, will introduce Kang the Conqueror to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With every day that passes, it seems that there is more and more news for Marvel Studios’ upcoming additions to the Disney+ streaming service. This time around it comes in the form of a villain rumor for Loki. The newest rumor circulating by scooper Daniel Richtman is that Loki will introduce Kang the Conqueror in some way, shape, or form.
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Loki will follow the version of Loki from Avengers: Endgame, as he hops throughout time with the tesseract, which was obtained after a botched heist by the Avengers. This 2012 version of Loki can certainly be considered a super-villain. Due to Loki’s meddlesome manner, one can assume that the timeline will be in danger throughout the course of the series.
This is where the Time Variance Authority and possibly Kang the Conqueror might come into play. Based on the trailer on Super Bowl Sunday, it seems that the Time Variance Authority is already confirmed after the “TVA” is seen on what looks like Loki’s prison jumpsuit. The next step that would make sense is to introduce Kang, since he was once a member of the organization in the comics.
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