We are now preparing for the Loki finale of season 2 on Thursday and, after a strong series of recent episodes, we are very curious about how this will all turn out. Those who have seen the episode have revealed that it will be Kang-heavy, with the bubble Diversity article about chaos behind the scene Marvel Studios claiming that it “establishes Kang as the title star of the fifth “Avengers” film in 2026.”
That may be the case, but a careful series of breadcrumbs were laid during season 2 that leads me to think that an even more surprising revelation may be on the way: that Loki himself — not the survivor — is the true creator of the TVA. .
The official story so far
The TVA’s official origin story, as explained by He Who Remains in the season 1 finale, is that many versions of Kang in the 31st century discovered the multiverse at the same time. After a brief period of cooperation, their egos brought them into a destructive multifaceted war against each other.
A variant Kang named He Who Remains ended the war and realized that as long as there were alternate timelines, more Kangs would emerge and continue the war. He created the Time Variation Authority, whose mission is to “cut” these timelines and prevent more Kangs.
When Loki and Sylvie encountered He Who Remains, he offered them a choice: kill him and risk a new explosion of Kangs, or take over the TVA. Sylvie violently ends the negotiations, which kicks off season 2.
A snake eating its own tail?
But is this the true story? After all, we already have one fake origin of the TVA in the Timekeepers, so why not two? In recent episodes, Loki has been growing increasingly in touch with the TVA and its members, insisting to Sylvie that he must be there.
We’ve also seen him collect his friends Mobius, OB, Casey, and Hunter B-15 from their places in the timeline, where they seem to have lived a fairly happy life. As I pointed out in my article soon after the last episode aired, there are a few hints that things are about to get worse for each of them: eg. the house” or B-15 to be a doctor in New York in 2012, the year he The Avengers‘ Battle of New York.
Loki Sylvie admitted that he doesn’t want to be alone anymore and now that he is starting to control his time, it seems to make sense that he could kidnap his friends and wipe his memory and make them install in the TVA and protect it for himself their life. I mean, like Brad said, “Stop trying to be a hero, you’re a villain. And you are good at it. Do that”.
It’s also been said that OB’s lab in episode 5 has the same layout as his TVA workshop, meaning that the TVA seed could emerge from this room and take it out. That time is worth remembering Loki housed in the same five rooms, the TVA is truly a gargantuan city, but with an infinite amount of time comes an infinite amount of potential growth.
This theory runs into the problem that Kang is obviously very involved with the TVA, which is what all the statues of him are. But after Loki creates the TVA, it doesn’t necessarily invalidate the entire story of He Who Remains.
What if Kang didn’t create the TVA, but instead discovered and took control of it from Loki, molding it to his own ends through time travel based shenanigans? This also explained why He Who Waits was so eager to control Loki and Sylvie. If Loki’s version created it, they would be perfectly suited to run it.
If Marvel Studios has really gotten rid of Kang Jonathan Majors after his legal troubles, this could bring it out. Sure, the Loki entered Loki He is much more heroic than most of the other versions, but if he starts acting for what he truly believes is the “greater good” he might be able to replace Kang as some multifaceted god of time and to eliminate him as an antagonist who must exist. stopped.
Bye Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and hello to you Avengers: Loki’s Dynasty? Maybe the Diversity leaked article rules that dramatic choice out, but I guess we will find out when the season finale airs on Friday. See you there!
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