Loki Season 1 Ending: Everything you should know!
Loki is an American television series created by Michael Waldron for the streaming service Disney+, based on Marvel Comics featuring a character of the same name.
Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it shares continuity with the films in the franchise and follows the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019), in which an alternate version of Loki created a new timeline.
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Loki Season 1 Ending Explained: Who is the new leader?
Kang’s story is a bit of a nightmare in the comics but thankfully, it looks like the MCU is streamlining and remixing things a bit. In his monologue, Kang explains that he was a scientist on Earth in the 31st century then he began to understand the existence of the multiverse.
Unfortunately, this understanding was also happening simultaneously in different forms of the self and eventually, all the different Kongs began to approach each other and share ideas.
This is another concept picked up from the comics, where the various Kongs met in reality and in time and at different times formed a council and a collective. Loki warns Sylvie that Kang may be lying, but that the risk is too great.
They kiss , but in the end, Sylvie’s hunt for vengeance, the person responsible for her life being spent in the corners of the apocalypses, is pretty cool. She pushes Loki back into the TVA through a portal, and this stabs Kang in the chest.
Last words from Kang? “See you soon,” with a smile and a wink. We all know what just happened here, and guys, none of it is good. Through the window, we see that the timeline is branching like crazy.
Finally, the Marvel Cinematic Universe Multiverse has arrived. The multiversal war that began with Sylvie’s dagger quickly changed everything inside TVA. Because inside TVA all the time is together.
But Loki remembered the past, even though Mobius and the Hunter B-15 did not. This suggests that only a few beings in the whole of existence know the truth about what happened. Sylvie, last seen in the Citadel at the End of Time, is the one.
Judge Renslayer, on his quest to “find free will” after receiving mystery files from the one he lives in, maybe second. Everyone has already reset their reality by the new ruler of TVA.
What this means for the continuation of the MCU remains to be seen. It seems that everything that happened before no longer matters, is undone, or is different. Not everything about TVA is different.
The same people work there for the same purpose. However, there could have been other minor changes in the new Sacred Timeline.
Dead characters can now be alive. While the other heroes are now dead or never assumed office. Or everything could have been exactly the same before the multilateral warfare of the 31st century and only the future is different.
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Loki Season 1 Review: Must watch for Marvel Fans!
The main distraction during the season finale is how hard the episode is trying to set up the second season, with Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man, and The Wasp.
He is sitting in an abandoned mansion, facing an entity known as He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors). It’s hard not to favor Sylvie, who becomes increasingly incensed by all the information and elliptical non-answers from this new character.
And in classic Marvel style, Majors’ appearance is designed to herald the arrival of Marvel Studios’ next Thanos-tier villain: Kang the Conqueror. If the ultimate goal of the season finale is to hook you up for another block of episodes, then Loki succeeds.
A little googling of character names should give you an indication of where the next episodes will go. And I’m still charmed by the series’ retro-futurist aesthetic and the connective tissue of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil and Fallout games.
But if Season 2 doubles down on those Lost vibes, I might have to bail — there’s only one place in my life for a show like this.
Loki Season 2 Filming & Release Updates
That being said, late last year it was reported that the shooting of “Loki” Season 2 will begin in January 2022. Assuming the reports are accurate, this means there is a possibility that the season could premiere sometime in 2022, depending on how long it takes to complete filming.
So if the shooting of the season starts this year or in the early months of 2022, it is quite possible that it will premiere next year.