The new series from Marvel Studios arrives at Disney + this Wednesday (9) with the promise of giving a new take on the cheating god, Loki. The plot takes place moments after the villain manages to escape New York City with the Tesseract, as seen in Avengers: Ultimatum (2019). However, in his unexpected escape, he ends up being intercepted by TVA, an organization responsible for ensuring that deadlines run smoothly. Trapped by the organization, Loki will have to work for them if he is to regain his freedom. For this, he will travel through several different realities correcting all the failures that occur at the chosen time. It is from this premise that the series will develop into six episodes. And as we look forward to Deus da Trapaça’s solo adventure, we’ve separated what we want to see in the new MCU production. Check!
In the comics, the god of cheating has appeared in several versions, including Lady Loki and Kid Loki. Since the premise of the series is to be a great journey through the multiverse, it would be a big waste not to put Loki in front of him, but in alternate versions. Not only that, it would be very interesting to see these different sides of the same character trying to deceive his counterpart from another reality. In addition to these versions of the villain, we need to see him “go for it” to act as an agent, rather than the chasm of arrogance we’ve shown in recent years.
As some will recall, in 2019, Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige told Bloomberg that Loki’s series would influence the movie Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness, which is set to premiere in March 2022. But like Sam Raimi took over from Scott Derrickson in the direction and the creative part, chances are he rewrote a lot, so it could be that that “influence” has diminished or increased. The point is, the main subject of the Supreme Mage’s second adventure will be set against the backdrop of the Multiverse, something that will no doubt be explored in Loki’s series. After all, if the Multiverse is crazy, someone gave the impetus that left it with this mess. Additionally, having a character known for their maze and lies traveling through different parts of the multiverse opens up several unique opportunities for you to explore.
Initially, the big novelty brought to the series is Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson), one of the supervisors of TVA, who monitors and analyzes the temporal variations of the agency. In the comics, he rose to fame for chasing the Fantastic Four over and over again, given the temporal mess the group caused. However, in the series, he seems to be a bit more charismatic than his comic book counterpart and should create some kind of interesting relationship to watch with Loki. Likewise, we have an unreleased character, which was created exclusively for the series. This is the B-15 Slayer (Wunmi Mosaku), who is a member of some sort of “elite troop” of the TVA and has to follow the God of Cheating through the Multiverse, as a Doctor Who Companion. , but with permission to beat on the protagonist if he goes beyond what is allowed.
The image used to advertise the series took Loki to the 1970s.
In the first trailer of the series, you can see that Loki will travel to several different eras. From the 1970s to the ancient historical events of ancient Rome. Well, at least that’s what it looks like. With this ability to see any era represented on the screens, let management explore it to the fullest. Additionally, this all-time travel feature opens the door for the introduction of Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors), who was previously cast as the villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which is set to debut. in 2023. Not to mention that Kang’s race is directly linked to VAT.
Okay, that might not be a general wish, but it would be really great if the show didn’t just resolve to ignore the alternate 2012 Avengers timeline that this Loki ran away. I mean, the public knows what happened to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in the reality that Loki was arrested and taken to Asgard. However, what would it be if he had run away? Would superheroes chase him? Would Shield focus his efforts on finding him and eventually he got to TVA? This is such a unique opportunity to work well on the concept of the Multiverse that it would be very disappointing if the effects of this reality were not explored further. Other than that, the Avengers of Reality we know made a real mess of the timeline with their Ultimatum “Assault on Time”. Have they been approached or punished by the agency? If not, why hasn’t the VAT chased them?
Loki debuts this Wednesday (9), on Disney +, and will have a new episode released every week.
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