The MCU Theory Discloses That Kang Survived The First Multiverse War
Kang the Conqueror from the MCU might have survived the first Multiverse War. Here’s why Ant-Man and the Avengers would suffer from this revelation.
Kang the Conqueror from Ant-Man and the Quantum Realm might have survived the first multiverse battle in the MCU. Given that Jonathan Majors’ Ant-Man 3 character appears to be the main antagonist of the Multiverse Saga, it seems likely that the figure might endanger other Marvel timelines and universes. But it’s not inconceivable that Kang has already engaged in a conflict that spans a number of different timelines in the MCU’s cosmos, as seen by the trouble he causes in Phase 5.
The time-traveling antagonist from Marvel Comics is headed straight for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for unspecified reasons. However, Kang will first face Scott Lang and his comrades in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania before they face off in Phase 6.
Kang and the main characters of the film will all end up stuck in the Quantum Realm together. One idea explains what Kang is doing in the Quantum Realm and connects it to Loki’s tale, but it does not explain why he is there or what will happen once he leaves. Here’s why Kang might have participated in an earlier conflict across timelines.
There had been a first intergalactic war, according to Loki.
Loki was taught early on about the universe’s past, which included the fact that the multiverse was once destroyed by war. In the TVA introduction video, Miss Minutes stated that “countless separate timeframes fought one other for supremacy.” Supposedly, if the mysterious Time-Keepers hadn’t intervened, this would have led to the “complete devastation” of the multiverse.
The idea of the Time-Keepers was later revealed to be a hoax created by He That Remains, a Kang variation who took part in the conflict. He Who Remains claims that the original instigators of this conflict were the Kang variations. The TVA was subsequently founded by He Who Remains to put an end to it and make sure it never happened again.
As He Who Remains recounted in the Loki season 1 finale, his leadership of the TVA had a crucial role in averting the outbreak of a second universe war. He asserted that he was the only thing preventing the Kang variations from once more being let loose on the multiverse. He was able to contain his versions by weaponizing Alioth and using the TVA to manage time. Of course, Sylvie’s murder of him changed that. His defeat presumably paves the way for a second multiversal conflict in the MCU’s future.
Kang Might Have Been Able To Live In The Quantum Realm.
Kang’s continued survival in the Quantum Realm when Scott and the others arrive in Quantumania can be explained by the end of the first conflict. The Kang variations that threatened the multiverse’s survival are no longer a problem, according to He Who Remains version of what transpired, but it’s possible that at least one survived.
In terms of how that would have occurred, it’s possible that one variant—specifically, Quantumania’s Kang—used his technology to enter the Quantum Realm, where he was able to evade detection by He Who Remains and the TVA. The Quantum Realm might be the only location in the cosmos that was immune to He Who Remains’ attempts to contain his versions since it exists outside of time.
What This Would Imply For The Multiverse Saga In The MCU.
The use of the Quantum Realm as a hiding place by Kang would have significant effects on both of his subsequent films. First off, it’s important to remember that Loki’s resolution removed Kang’s motivations for being there. He Who Remains is now safe to wreck havoc on the multiverse, even if he may not be aware of this.
He might decide to leave the Quantum Realm and search for a way out if he somehow learns that the TVA leader is dead and that another Kang variation has now taken over. If so, the new movie’s main character’s fresh decision to leave could be what propels the plot.
Of course, it goes without saying that Kang’s inescapable exit from the Quantum Realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be followed by multiverse pandemonium in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. However, the crew would view him as even more dangerous after learning that this iteration of the guy took part in the first conflict as well.
It says a lot about his experience and what he must be capable of at this stage of his life that the Avengers will have to deal with a villain who has previously experienced a multiversal battle. The MCU may introduce a figure that has the potential to be the ultimate iteration of Kang the Conqueror through a character with this kind of past.