The Marvel Cinematic Universe series “Loki” reached its end with the sixth and final episode on Wednesday. The season finale, entitled. Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is expecting his daughter when he discovers the path to the castle hideout of the person behind the Time Variance Authority. After unmasking him and revealing that this evil man wants to destroy time itself, Laufeyson leaves us with a cryptic warning in the post-credits scene.
Separately, Mobius the former TVA agent (Owen Wilson) returned to his old workplace, determined to reveal the truth that he and his co-workers are all Variants who had their memories erased. It is unclear if Judge Ravonna Renslayer will help or hinder Mobius in this quest.
Every Story has a Villain, What about Here?
Stepping into the Citadel at the End of Time, Loki and Sylvie meet He Who Remains. This version of Kang appears to be a time-hopping comic villain that is set to make his MCU debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Kang, the last survivor of a multiversal war that broke out when multiple versions of him made contact after the multiverse was discovered in the 31st century, claims to have never used his name.
Though he often presents himself as benevolent, Sylvie points out that his method results in countless innocent variants and timelines being pruned. However, the He Who Remains implies his own variants are “far worse.”
The timeline-maniac presents a choice for them — kill him and let multiversal war break out again, or Loki and Sylvie take his place. He’s lived a million lifetimes and has become tired (despite looking very fresh-faced indeed).
The cartoon character, Kang from the future, has been in many Avengers comics since around 1965.
It is unclear what Loki’s post-credits scene means, but we do know that he has been in many Marvel comics since 1965. In the final episode of his TV series on Wednesday night, Kang appeared to be a time-hopping comic villain who will make his MCU debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. It appears this version of Kang was set up as a nemesis for our favorite heroes from earlier seasons.