At least Loki and Sylvie meet the Man Behind the Curtain, and they learn a lot about why the TVA is needed…but should it.
This leads to a very big destiny-breaker that might last a couple of years.
Loki and his many Variants are trapped in an extreme version of the show “Lost”, complete with smoke monster and a bowling alley. He wants out, of course.
Renslayer wants answers about the TVA, and she has her reasons
Of course Loki and Sylvie are saved from being killed at Lamentis, but Renlsayer still wants to seem them eliminated. Mobius is asking questions that shouldn’t be asked. It winds up with quite the twist, then topped by the most unexpected final shot in the MCU’s history
Loki has met his match, sort of, in Sylvie as they try to understand each other, if not trust, to escape a dying world. They do discover something that will change things….again.
Loki and Mobius reluctantly join forces to find the Variant who is threatening reality. It’ll take them to the distant past and future, but at least one person thinks Loki will betray them all.
Can a god of mischief bring order to reality? That’s an odd premise, but the latest Marvel TV series does a lot with it, with Tom Hiddleston making a triumphant return as Loki.
Now is a great time to have a Family Fun Night with the final movie in the Night at the Museum trilogy, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, starring Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Rebel Wilson, and Ricky Gervais.