Time has passed, but fans still can’t get over what happened in Loki‘s last episode. After Sophia Di Martino‘s character made her decision and literally stabbed the Kang variant, fans were given access to the beginning of the Multiverse almost simultaneously. Then, the line branched out, and Tom Hiddleston’s series showed us the beginnings of what must be the Multiverse of Madness.
The series ended with Loki getting stuck in a timeline where Kang the Conqueror appears to be TVA’s leader. We haven’t gotten a look at the character yet, but his statue already gives an idea of the authority that will lie ahead.
Kang has been heralded as a worse villain than Thanos, something that was already expected. After all, to overcome the success of the first three phases, Marvel needs to create something entirely new, giving credibility to his side as a villain.
The relationship between Loki and Sylvie is something that fans hope to see in the next season. After all, many consider that her betrayal was not really a breakup.
In fact, we can think that Sylvie just tried to protect her supposed boyfriend by killing the one who had been causing disturbances in everyone’s lives. But, unfortunately, the plan didn’t work out very well, and all she managed to do was make everything worse and create a world of chaos.
The series’ second season is already confirmed, but it might take a while to arrive. The productions should start in early 2022. Marvel has other releases planned for this year, such as Hawkeye, Eternals, and Spider-Man 3. Ms. Marvel, a series that should also be released in 2021, will probably have its premiere postponed until next year.
During an interview with Empire, Tom Hiddleston gave a hint of what fans should expect in the next batch of chapters:
“I don’t think he will stop searching [for Sylvie] now. He feels that this is something he has done, a mistake that he has made, and he’s invested in setting it right.”
The fact that Loki saw the relationship’s ending as a mistake he made already makes it very clear that the God of Mischief has learned a lot about himself and grown throughout the series. Moreover, he doesn’t seem to have seen everything as a betrayal.
All 6 episodes of Loki season 1 are available on Disney+.