The cliffhanger in the finale of Loki on Disney+ left us wondering where the God of Mischief will appear next. Based on where things were left off, it seems like the series has set up the plot for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Most of the fans were expecting the MCU to focus on Loki’s adventures in its third series. But surprisingly, the show ended up impacting the highly anticipated MCU phase 4 more than WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. With the introduction of the Time Variance Authority, multiverses, variants, and He Who Remains, we are in for a crazy ride.
The Sacred Timeline falling apart in the end links to Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. Additionally, the speculations of the previous Spider-Man actors returning in Spider-Man: No Way Home might be an outcome of the multiple timeline branches. Now let’s find out how Loki connects to Ant-Man 3.
Kang The Conqueror and His Variants
Fans were thrilled when Marvel Studios announced Jonathan Majors’ casting in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, as Kang the Conqueror. Kang is a popular and recurrent villain in the Marvel comics who has appeared in many versions. The last episode of Loki finally introduced Jonathan as He Who Remains.
It turned out that He Who Remains was the one behind TVA. But he claimed that he was only protecting the timeline from his more evil versions. Unwilling to buy his words, Sylvie killed Kang to get rid of him. As we all know, the plan backfired and led to the rise of more Kang variants. Unfortunately, instead of dealing with the nicer Kang from LOKI, Scott and Hope may now come across the evil variants.
TVA and Quantum Realm
The location of the TVA is still a huge mystery. Some theories suggest that the TVA headquarters could be situated at the Quantum City we saw in Ant-Man and the Wasp. It would also explain how the TVA agents travel through time so easily since the Quantum Realm is a source of time travel.
Loki In Ant-Man
Most of us were expecting Kang the Conqueror’s debut to be in Ant-Man 3. But, the last episode of Loki took the fans by surprise. Loki’s involvement in this whole affair with Kang hints at his return in Ant-Man 3. His knowledge of Kang, his variants, and the TVA, could be useful to Scott and Hope.