Kang the Conqueror is a fictional supervillain, making its appearance in American comic books. The character is often depicted as the opponent of the Avengers. Avenger Tower has been one of the most important locations in the Marvel world. The Marvel fans have been wondering and waiting since ever, of what would next happen to the Avenger Tower, after Tony Stark had sold it to an unknown buyer in Spider-Man: Homecoming. An Easter egg in Loki might have revealed just who bought the Avengers Tower – which simply indicates that Kang the Conqueror’s invasion began in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Though, Spider-Man Homecoming has carefully avoided revealing who had bought the Avenger Tower.
Introduction of Kang the Conqueror.
For a very long time, a lot of Marvel fans has been waiting for this amazing news. Very soon the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to introduce its version of Kang the Conqueror. Jonathan Majors playing the role in Kang the Conqueror, may have begun his invasion of the present day in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
There is also a possible theory that suggests that Kang might have already begun invading the twenty-first century. He might have been working in the shadows since at least Spider-Man: Homecoming.
It’s also quite possible that Kang’s invasion of the MCU is proceeding apace. With Ant-Man 3 simply marking the point at which he is noticed by some of the world superheroes. And if this is the case, then the first hints of this setup could have come in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
A new theory also claims that its all going to tie back to Spider-Man: Homecoming, where it was confirmed that the Avenger tower was under some new ownership. This would establish Kang as having been present in the MCUs modern timeline since the Infinity Saga. It all suggest that it might have been a deliberate choice on Kevin-Feige to hold off on revealing who actually acquired the property.
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