"Loki" Director Kate Herron Talks The Epic Season 1 Finale And The Easter Egg Fans Should Go Back And Listen For

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Is Loki Season 2 confirmed?

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Who was the bad guy in Loki?

Well, we were all so sure that "He Who Remains," a.k.a the dude sitting at the end of time, handing out job opportunities to Sylvie and Loki, is the iconic Marvel villain Kang the Conquerer. He definitely is! ... Nathaniel Richards's comic book story. Esquire.comWho is 'He Who Remains' in Loki Finale? - Immortus MCU Villain Kang Variant Backstory

Who is he who remains marvel?

Alone in the Citadel at the End of Time in the Temple of Sleepers, He Who Remains is the last director of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). He creates and guards the Time-Keepers, a trio of beings who are fated to survive the end of eternity known as The Cataclysm. marvel.comHe Who Remains Powers, Enemies, History

Loki: The Most Powerful Characters From The Show, Ranked | CBR

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Many new characters were introduced in the sensational series, and some of those characters are incredibly powerful in a variety of ways. Some characters rely on their intelligence whereas others are skilled in fighting and magical abilities. Some of the more unassuming characters can actually be some of the most powerful.

She also appears to be the only individual capable of accessing any and all files on the entire TVA database, even restricted and redacted files. Despite being intangible, her resources are invaluable.

He also helped Sylvie and Loki in the Void and is one of the very few people able to recognize when Loki is lying. He also has the type of personality that makes people want to trust him, which certainly plays a part throughout the series.

After Sylvie shows her some extended memories of her past life before being abducted by the TVA, she decides that she can no longer be a part of something so sinister. She even assists Loki and Sylvie during their fight in the Time Keepers' chamber, before being locked up for insubordination (or mutiny).

Additionally, she is at a very high position in the TVA, perhaps just a step or two below the man behind the curtain. Even when she is in the wrong, people don't question her judgment or her authority, except for her best pal Mobius of course.

While Boastful Loki does seem to hold his own in a fight, he is not a very smart Loki and is also known as a liar among his initial trio. As Lokis go, he certainly isn't the best version of one.

Despite being so small, he was able to bite the hand off of arguably the most powerful of the wild Lokis, known as President Loki. At the end of the day, Gator Loki is an alligator which is a creature so perfect for killing, it hasn't felt the need to evolve much over millions of years. That alone is enough to land him on this list.

Additionally, fans learn that this devilish child was able to kill the Thor of his timeline, rightfully landing him in the TVA and then the Void. While Boastful Loki is a liar, Kid Loki appears to be quite serious about his feat of strength. Even as kids, Thor was a powerhouse, so Kid Loki is truly a wonder in his own right.

Not only does he craft lifelike duplicates during the Loki fight so that he and the others can escape, but he also generated a massive realistic projection of Asgard which was enough to distract Alioth. He is also capable of creating teleportation portals and in his younger years was even able to conjure a duplicate of himself so believable that he fooled Thanos... perhaps he was able to fool Alioth as well.

Additionally, considering Sylvie spent her life on the run, she has developed some superb fighting techniques that have even been a bit too much for Loki at times. However, her life on the run has made her distant and untrusting, causing her to make more irrational or hardheaded decisions than her other selves.

Many fans forgot about his telekinesis abilities from Thor: The Dark World, but quickly remembered when he pushed back a falling building with ease. Loki isn't the strongest fighter, but he is certainly a clever tactician (in the short term) and knows more than a few dangerous fighting techniques; he is particularly skilled with edged weapons.

Alioth is shown consuming anything and everything that catches his eye in the Void, making him a truly frightening foe indeed. However, even with all of his raw power and ability to consume literally anything, Alioth the guard dog does actually serve a master.

He Who Remains is incredibly intelligent, so intelligent in fact that not only did he discover and visit other parallel universes, but other versions of himself were doing the same thing at the same time. However, this ended up being a costly mistake as his meddling resulted in the multiversal war where timelines fought for survival. One normal man from the 31st century with no apparent superpowers was able to fix the entire multiversal war, found and develop the TVA, and sic his guard dog Alioth on those who got in the way. He Who Remains is so incredibly powerful that fans can only wait to see what's next for him and his Variants in the MCU.

Loki's He Who Remains Gets His Own Character Poster

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In December 2020, Majors was announced as the villain of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, where he would be playing Kang the Conqueror. Due to the time traveling nature of the villain and the very nature of Loki, many assumed that he would be making an appearance. Majors denied rumors that he would be appearing as Kang in Loki and he was half right. Kang is never mentioned by name in the finale - Majors is only referred to as He Who Remains. Still, it is clear that his appearance was setting up Kang the Conqueror as the MCU's next major villain and, to welcome him to the franchise, he now has his own character poster.

Marvel released the one-sheet less than a week after the finale aired, giving audiences plenty of time to catch up before spoiling his appearance. Majors can be seen in He Who Remains' purple robes with his hands folded in front of him. The Loki poster breaks with one part of the previous poster's format, though - while other character posters featured backgrounds of golden clocks, the background of He Who Remains' poster is purple much like his robes and the overall aesthetic at the Citadel beyond the End of Time. Check out the full poster below:

He Who Remains 💥 All episodes of Marvel Studios' #Loki are now streaming on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/Ov54vi0xoz

Although Majors' villain is killed by Sylvie by the end of the Loki finale, it won't be the last time the actor appears in the MCU and audiences may not even have to wait until Ant-Man 3. Although there's no word on when Loki season 2 will premiere, it's more than likely that Kang will be making an appearance. Upon the death of He Who Remains, the Multiverse was split wide open, unleashing a slew of Kang Variants upon the MCU, something that He Who Remains warned Loki and Sylvie about.

The ending of Loki also portended bad things for the God of Mischief. When Sylvie sends him back to the TVA, Owen Wilson's Mobius and Wunmi Mosaku's B-15 don't even recognize him and the series itself ends on an ominous shot of a statue of Kang lording over the alternate TVA. It's clear that Majors and Kang will have a huge impact on the MCU's future, one that will extend through Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and plenty of other projects, including Loki season 2.

Source: Marvel

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