New Rumor Reveals the True Villain of The Multiverse Saga (Spoilers)

A new rumor has been circulating about who will be the real villain of the Multiverse Saga.
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Jonathan Major’s character Kang is going to be a big part of Marvel Studios’ The Multiverse Saga. With a variant of the character first appearing in the season one finale of Loki and ultimately being the main antagonist in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, Kang is a crucial character that our favorite heroes will face in the near future.

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Now, we know that there are multiple variants of the character. One of the main questions is which variant will be the true villain in the Multiverse Saga. A recent rumor of the character has been making its rounds on the interweb, claiming that a certain Kang variant will become the true villain.


According to online scooper My Time to Shine Hello, the definitive Kang that will be the villain in the Multiverse Saga is the Beyonder. You can see the rumor that was shared on social media below:

The Beyonder is an infinite-dimensional entity from beyond the Multiverse who is portrayed to be one of the most powerful beings in Marvel Comics. This character was created by writer Jum Shooter and artist Mike Zeck. The character made its first comic book debut in 1984’s Secret Wars #1. He is from the “Beyonder realm” which is located outside of the multiverse and created various wars.

He created Battleworld, where he forces many heroes and villains to fight one another. He then later gave himself a human form to experience the Marvel Universe. This is where he threatened to end existence but he ended up accidentally getting himself killed….or so we thought. His energy returned to his realm where he evolved into a new universe. He was then visited by Kubik and the Shaper of Worlds, two cosmic cubes and he was able to merge with the Molecule Man to become a new cosmic cube.

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At the end of 2022, My Time to Shine Hello tweeted: “The Beyonder will be the main villain of Secret Wars and a Kang variant.”


In the comics, there are multiple variants of the character. We know about Kang the Conqueror and He Who Remains in the MCU but there’s more. Here are the six other variants you should know about:


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Immortus debuted in Avengers #10 in November 1964. When he was first introduced, Kang and Immortus were two different characters but in 1975, it was established that Immortus was an older version of Kang the Conqueror. He is ultimately the most powerful version of Kang. The character did appear in the end credits of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

It was originally believed that He Who Remains was the MCU’s Immortus but now with the character being seen as its own person, the powerful variant might soon make his appearance in future MCU projects.


The Scarlet Centurion is the identity Kang took after Rama-Tut but this character was before Kang the Conqueror. The character was first introduced in The Avengers: Annual #2 in 1968 and he models his appearance off of Doctor Doom. The identity of this character was later adopted by Kang’s son Marcus during the original Kang Dynasty storyline from the comics.

This character was also seen in the mid-credit scene of the Quantumania but the character’s name might’ve been changed to not cause confusion with The Scarlet Witch.


Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Rama-Tut was created before Kang the Conqueror in October 1963. A time traveler who ruled over Ancient Egypt, the character was eventually made into a younger version of Kang. He ties in with the Fantastic Four and also the X-Men as it was revealed that the reason why he traveled to Ancient Egypt was to claim En Sabah Nur. En Sabah Nur would grow up to become the villain Apocalypse and be his heir.


In the comics, the Young Avengers are formed when Kang the Conqueror meets his teenage self who is disgusted with the villain he becomes. He travels back to the 21st century and vows to become a hero. A character named Nathaniel Richard becomes. Iron Lad is the one who forms the group.

iron lad in The Multiverse Saga

The character has yet to be introduced in the MCU but it will be interesting to see how the character would be able to interact with the heroes. The new heroes are meant to fight against Kang in the next Avengers films so it will be intriguing to see how they will react seeing a young teenage Kang who has not been corrupted.

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There are endless possibilities of where we will see these characters in the MCU. We have seen a few but not many. With Avengers: Secret Wars and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty becoming big movie events, it will be exciting to see these variants showing up on the big screen.

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What do you guys think? Which Kang variant would you like to see on the big/small screen of The Multiverse Saga? Are you excited to see the Beyonder being introduced to the MCU? Where would you like to see the Multiverse Saga go? Let us know and don’t forget to check out our socials for more on the Multiverse Saga and MCU! If you liked this article, make sure to follow us for more content.

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SOURCE: My Time to Shine Hello on X


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