- An exciting new fan theory about “Loki” is making the rounds.
- Accordingly, the Loki variant from the MCU show could die instead of the real Loki.
- Loki could return to the MCU like this.
- You can find out all about it below.
It is well known that Loki stole the tesseract in New York in 2012 and thus created a new timeline. This Loki is the evil Loki who was commissioned by Thanos in “Marvel’s The Avengers“tried to conquer the earth.
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The later reconciliation with Thor never took place for this “variant”, as Loki is called in the trailer.
Crazy Loki suspicion: is there a connection to “Avengers: Infinity War”?
The website The Direct now reports on an exciting “Loki” fan theory that is currently circulating in the vast expanses of the web. Accordingly, the Disney + series may end with the Loki variant of the show traveling through time, exchanging itself for the “Avengers: Infinity War” Loki, and thus dying in its place!
In this way, the Loki variant would give the “original” the opportunity to go on living after all.
The logic behind this fan theory seems impressive: In the new MCU series “Loki”, the tricky god gets it with the, as is well known Time Variance Authority to do. The powerful guardians of time watch over the space-time laws and cannot allow Loki to continue to exist in a variant that is not allowed to exist.
According to the fan theory, the Loki variant then recognizes the hopelessness of its location – and decides to at least give the original Loki the opportunity to continue to live. However, only the premiere edition of “Loki” can show whether this theory is true.
|Genre||Sci-Fi & Fantasy|
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