Loki Fans Are Still Processing The Big Finale


Last weeks Loki The finale has the potential to change the MCU forever. After five episodes devoted to exploring the MCU’s cosmology, things take a twist when Loki and Sylvie finally achieve their goal of confronting the boss of TVA.

In a widely anticipated twist, this turned out to be Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror, who explained that his variant itself would inevitably launch a multiverse war. But this Kang triumphed as ‘The One Who Remains’ and formed TVA to prevent any branching timeline from appearing in which more power-hungry variants of his own would emerge. Sylvie then stabbed a sword through him and all hell broke loose.

When Kang leaves, TVA has no direction and the timeline falls into chaos. We get our first look at the aftermath when Loki returns to TVA and discovers it has been under the control of a Kang variant and its employees have no idea who he is. Where we’ll go in season 2 is anyone’s guess, though fans are still buzzing about the possibility. Here is a selection from social media:

So what’s next? LokiThe second part of the series won’t air until 2022 at the earliest, but both Spider-Man: There’s no way home and Doctor Strange in Madness’ Multiverse deal with alternate universes and timelines. Those characters probably won’t know the exact reason why the multiverse is eating bananas, though it looks like they’ll certainly be grappling with the aftermath of Sylvie’s revenge.

The remaining question is what happened to Sylvie after killing Kang at the end of time, where Judge Renslayer disappeared, and the fate of Lokis still stuck in the Void. I suspect that there will be some interesting fan theories going on…

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