Loki’s season finale knocks out of the park the introduction for the multiverse and the possible new major MCU villain.
The final episode for the show’s first season has given us more questions than answers and also opened the door for the next multiversal events that we will see in Spider-Man: No Way Home and afterwards in Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness.
At the same time that Sylvie stabs The One Who Remains, the most important moment of phase 4 happens. The path for the next show ‘What If…?’ appears and with it new possibilities of bringing new things for the table in the future, like the very requested mutants, and also the way that will lead to Jonathan Majors to the role of Kang The Conqueror in the upcoming Ant-Man: Quantumania.
Fans have gone wild after the long awaited kiss scene between Loki and Sylvie and also more scared of the brilliant acting of Jonathan Majors than Thanos. With a very carefully designed speech for the introductory explanation of the Multiverse alongside camera angles that emphasise the main point and the agonizing fight sequence between our beloved protagonists, that comes afterwards, delivering the only action the episode had, but honestly the only one that was needed.