The MCU fans are more hyped than ever for Loki season 2 after Quantumania. This season, the villain will be going up against The Sentry, who is a Hulk clone in terms of power and strength. With the upcoming release of Avengers: Endgame on April 26th, fans are speculating that The Sentry will appear as one of the main characters in this film. If this happens, we can expect to see more from Loki after Quantumania!
Loki season 2
With the events in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, fans are excited for Loki season 2. Marvel Studios has officially begun Phase 5, meaning the Marvel Cinematic Universe will go deeper into the Multiverse Saga. Loki season 2 is already slated to play a vital role in the expanding overall plot, but after watching Team Ant-Man square off vs Kang the Conqueror, fans’ excitement of what’s coming next for the God of Chaos has dramatically heightened.
“Loki,” the following season
The long wait is over, and “Loki,” the next season of Marvel’s “Agent Carter” series, has debuted. If you’re a fan of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), there’s no doubt that this show will be on your watch list. But if you’re not familiar with what happened in Season 1 or have seen it but don’t remember much about it, here are some pointers to get you started:
1) Peggy Carter’s back!
And she’s got her swagger back too! It was clear last season that she’d lost some confidence after losing Steve Rogers (aka Captain America) during World War II — but now that he’s been found again, Peggy can finally be herself again without feeling like a failure or a disappointment.
2) New villains!
Many new characters were introduced throughout Season 1 — including two mysterious men named Jason and Calvin who seem to have come from another dimension entirely — but none were more intriguing than Rumlow (aka The Winter Soldier). He was once under Hydra control as an assassin called “The Man on the Wall” before escaping their clutches and joining up with SHIELD instead (where he soon became known as Bucky)
What to Look For in Loki Season 2
The Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania mid-credits sequence brilliantly sets up the Universe Saga, notably Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Nevertheless, the God of Havoc and Mobius are seen witnessing a presentation by Victor Timely — another Kang version — in the post-credits scene, which immediately leads to the events of Loki season 2. It’s still unclear how they managed to find him down.
With so many great stories being told over such an extended period, look back at all five phases of Marvel movies so far and determine what makes each one special — whether it’s a specific character arc or simply because they’re really good films overall!