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Discussion in 'LOKI' started by DarthSkywalker, Jun 30, 2021.
I assume they pruned them all.
I like the wait. Gives me something to look forward to each week and time for everyone to watch and discuss together. Can’t really do that when people binge all in one sitting while others take their time.
"You fell for yourself"
Cool to finally see the Timekeepers, and then find out there is more behind them.
Also good to see Sif again in a fun repeat scene.
Btw don't miss the credit scene.
Mobius on the jet ski will happen one day by fan demand alone. That's already up there with Kang, F4, X-Men etc.
Amazing episode, that's all I can Say. So Who's behind the TVA? Kang?
I think it's going to be like you say. Introducing Kang doesn't necessarily make him the villain of this show any more than Thanos being the villain of the first Avengers.
Kang won't be the villain of this show in the Loki in Avengers sense, I agree. But in the Thanos post credits sense? I think so
I like actually being able to talk about it at the end more than the speculation. Lest we forget all the Mephisto talk and anger than ensued.
It’s easier for me to avoid spoilers/theories when I binge watch a show rather watching an episode each week.
If the writer said this is Renslayer’s origin story, and we’ve seen her in a traditional officer position before working her way up, then I see this going one of two ways. 1. The Time Keepers never existed and were used a prop by Kang or 2. The Time Keepers existed, but were killed off by The Time-Twisters. I doubt the latter would be the case given that the TVA is creating propaganda so they could have easily depicted the Time-Twisters as these noble beings.
i could see renslayer in the finale drop kang's name kind of like how eisenberg said "he's coming" at the end of bvs.
pruning and sending people to a different dimension/universe seems like a nice little set up for getting everyone together for secret wars.
I’ve learned from WandaVision. They aren’t going to introduce some last minute villain controlling the strings. It’s most likely someone we’ve already seen (Miss Minutes?). Since Kang is going to be the villain in Ant-Man 3, introducing him here and “defeating” him will weaken him as a villain for later.
By far the best episode so far. Just incredible from start to finish. It took me a little while but I'm thoroughly enjoying this show now.
It was nice to see Sif back and I'm looking forward to seeing her role in Thor 4 as well.
Things finally picked up here and we know where things are headed. Renslayer will definitely be the main villain of this season with a Kang mention and possible appearance likely towards the end.
Next week should be interesting. Loki with his other versions of himself, Mobius off somewhere and of course Sylvie and Renslayer.
we finally see kid loki. i mean if there isn't a young avengers movie/tv on the horizon i don't know what to say lol.
the pruned people being sent to another dimension/universe really opens the door to a lot of stuff.
like the tva could've pruned all the mutants as they were considered variants and that would explain why they weren't around all this time. i don't think they'll go there but there's now a viable MCU explanation.
This episode was very well-paced, and it was cool seeing Sylvie's Asgard in the beginning. A lot of ground was covered too. I wasn't expecting to see the Timekeepers until either episode 5 or the finale. Mobius being pruned shocked me until the same thing happened to Loki. The mid-credits scene has me really excited for next week. Richard E. Grant's Loki is especially interesting given his costume. It's enough to make me wonder if he's from the classic 616 universe.
I'm loving the score for this show, can't wait for the soundtrack release on Friday.
That isn't how I see this at all. Kang can be behind the TVA and come in like Thanos in Avengers. Ultimately, that is how I think he will work into this. He is the next threat to build up for a few projects. Starting here. Him being involved makes too much sense
What version of earth are all the Loki's on, with the destroyed Stark tower in the background? Is it a version of earth where the Avengers didn't stop the invasion?
So if the troopers are mind swept variants, then there must be someone who has to ability to do that with ease. This needs to be explained. Who can that be?
This episode is so much better than last week and Gosh damnit the tension and cliffhanger had me on an emotional roller coaster.
See Mobius definitely adds weight as he is a prefect match to combat Loki in who's smarter.
Sylvie backstory definitely adds more weight to her character. It's almost tragic
Rovona seems like she's aware of much more than she telling and honestly I suspect Kang isn't far behind.
I called it on the so called Time Keepers being a sham like OZ: the great and powerful wizard.
I didn't see the reappearance of Lady sif as one of the cameos. A delightful treat
I was shocked when Rovana gave the order to prune Mobius. At that point I wanted to kill her myself.
Who else screamed when she proceeded to deconstruct Loki.
The mid-credit sequence featuring the various versions of Loki was a pleasant surprise especially Richard E. Grant as comic book accurate Loki. Can't wait for Episode 5....
I wonder if B-15's real name will have any significance.
the question has been asked a few times so far in the series, what makes a Loki a Loki? Loki hinted at it on Lamentis-1 as he and Sylvie faced what seemed like their impending doom, Lokis might lose - maybe even destined to always lose - but they don't die. Even when they seem to for real (like in Infinity War), this show has shown us that there is always a version of them out there somewhere. The Universe requires chaos, and Lokis are the embodiment of that
I watched the first Cap yesterday as well, and it is killing that their "original" costumes end up looking as good or better then their modern movie looks.