Use my link and choose your path in BLOODLINE: HEROES OF LITHAS today: https://app.adjust.com/6aya966_ac8hwv0
Use my promo code: BLDHOL1, meet your TRUE COMPANIONS and create LEGENDARY HEIRS in this epic one-of-a-kind Fantasy RPG!
Marvel Studios just revealed that Kang the Conqueror is the Big bad of the Multiverse Saga. But, what is Kang’s master pan? What is he after? And how does all of this tie in to Ant-Man and the wasp: Quantumania? We have a theory that will tie everything together.
Shop our MERCH Store Here → https://http://shopzeroedition.com/collections/screen-crush-merch
Go here → http://screencrush.com/
TikTok → https://www.tiktok.com/@screencrushnews
Like us → https://www.facebook.com/ScreenCrush
Follow us → https://twitter.com/screencrushnews
Get our newsletter → http://screencrush.com/newsletter/
Written and Edited by Pavel Terehovsky (https://pavel8866.wixsite.com/pavelt) email@example.com
Hosted by Ryan Arey (http://twitter.com/ryanarey)
Kang the conqueror is the big bad of the MCU’s multiverse saga. The one who will battle the Avengers for the fate of the multiverse in The Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars.
Luckily we won’t have to wait that long for Kang to arrive.
Jonathan Majors is returning as Kang the conqueror in Quantumania, and according to the comic-con trailer, he’s the main villain of the third Ant-Man movie.
That’s not all, Kang is in the quantum realm. What’s he doing there, and how’s that connected to the multiverse saga.
Well, obviously it has something to do with time travel.
The quantum realm is how you travel through time, and Kang is all about that sweet-sweet time.
But we think there is something far bigger at play, and Kang’s master plan is going to be far more ambitious than just time travel. The quantum realm is the key for everything.
Ant-Man 3 might have just become one of the most important movies in the multiverse saga, because Quantumania is going to change everything we thought we knew about the quantum realm.
Alright, so in the trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania we see that the Ant-Squad are sucked into the quantum realm.
It’s a little hard to see what is actually going on. From what I was able to make out, it looks like some kind of blue beacon or vortex is going to pull the team inside the realm.
I guess that after Endgame, Hank and Janet are investigating the realm, something goes wrong with their experiment and now they’re all stuck in the quantum realm. Again.
Up until now the quantum realm seemed to be mostly empty. The only life in it were the tardigrades, those strange micro-bugs creators.
But the trailer shows that there are people inside the realm now, both of the human and alien variety.
This is something that was hinted at in Ant-Man and the Wasp. When Hank and Janet were leaving the realm, they passed this tiny bubble city.
Janet must have spent some time in that city, which explains how she survived those 30 years in the quantum realm.
The MCU’s quantum realm is an amalgamation of two separate dimensions from the comics. The Quantum Zone and the Microverse. The latter is the home for the Micronauts, a superhero team that lives in the micro realm.
The Microverse was created and inhabited by a time traveling group that went back in time from the very far future.
Marvel will most likely go in a similar direction for the residents of this buble city. With Kang being their ruler.
In case you didn’t know, Kang comes from the future. Kang is Nathaniel Richards, a scientist from the 30th century, who discovered the multiverse and time travel.
Oh and this city is probably Chronopolis. In the comics it’s Kang’s city, it’s his base of operations from where he rules all of his other realms.
So yeah, as per usual, Marvel is combining tons of different things for the comics.
Anyway, what all of this means is that Kang is actively conquering the entire quantum realm.
As to what Kang is planning, we’re getting to that in a moment.
First let’s take a look at Kang’s menacing speech to Scott, since his words give us some hints for his plan. Also what kind of Kang we’ll meet in Quantomania.
That’s important, because we have no idea which Kang variant it will be.
That’s the thing with Kang, there are countless versions of him.
Every variant is different.
We already met He Who Remains in Loki, that’s the variant who created the sacred timeline.
The gist of Kang’s speech is how time isn’t a straight line.
The timeline isn’t leaner, it’s a loop.
That’s how the sacred timeline appeared in Loki.
Kang then tells Scott that he has seen everything that will happen, he knows how it all ends.
That’s exactly how He Who Remains saw time.
He literally had a script for everything that ever happened and will happen.
He doesn’t perceive time linearly like most beings in the multiverse. He experiences every moment all at once.
Basically like Doctor Manhattan.
#kang #MultiverseSaga #MCU