Longtime Marvel Comics fans will never forget Episode 5 of Loki, which is said to contain more Easter Eggs than any other installment in the cinematic universe’s big and small screen history, which says a lot as there’s always plenty to unpack whenever the series long-running superhero episode debuts a new part.
Viewers were thrilled to discover a glimpse of Throg, Frog of Thunder, who is even voiced by Chris Hemsworth in a brief continuum. There’s also a visual nod to the Living Tribunal, a cameo from President Loki and more, but the addition of Thanos-Copter to the official MCU announcement could be for the best. among them.
Also Guardians of the Galaxy manager James Gunn was overjoyed to find out that the Mad Titan’s bright yellow transport is finally included in the timeline and in a new interview Loki Director Kate Herron reveals who is responsible for one of the strangest mediums to ever grace the pages of comic books.
“I’m very pleased with all the fun Easter Eggs we got in Episode 5. I can’t give all of them credit because it was definitely a collaborative team effort. For example, Thanos Copter, Kevin Wright, my executive producer, that’s him. I didn’t know about it, and I remember him telling me about it and I said, ‘That’s funny. We have to, can we put it in there? ‘. And Marvel said, ‘Yes, we can absolutely do it’. So I think that was really fun, and obviously Throg, hooked him up. “
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Thanos-Copter debuted in a 1979 issue of Spidey Super Stories, and has since become a recurring joke in Marvel lore, with Deadpool even stealing the Cosmic Cube and using it as a getaway at one stage. Now that the multiverse is officially up and running, it can’t be ruled out that there is a reality somewhere that Josh Brolin’s Thanos is flying around trying to collect the Infinity Stones without having to send his minions. I go out to do dirty work or take a vacation to time travel.
However, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see that particular scenario play out, but Loki which means it certainly can’t be ruled out either.