Look, if you are going to be a supervillain and trigger every kind of mischief, a minimum of reside your life in such a approach that you simply handle to get on the TVA’s radar. That is the least you could possibly do! Nicely, apparently all Kang the Conqueror might muster was a short report filed by Mobius detailing how he “triggered a little bit little bit of a ruckus on 616 adjoining realm,” which is undoubtedly meant as a nod to all of the occasions within the Quantum Realm in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.” Amusingly sufficient, Mobius and Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) seem fully unconcerned by any of it. Mobius casually alludes to how “they dealt with it,” sparing the TVA from needing to get entangled. The TVA is similar place that used Thanos’ all-important Infinity Stones as paperweights, I get it, however what an ignominious legacy for the MCU’s first big-screen introduction to Kang, eh?

For these hoping that our transient glimpse of that report may reveal some extra particulars, sadly, the framing of this scene (shot in a single take) would not enable for the clearest have a look at the file. In case you look carefully, you’ll be able to simply make out that Kang’s title is listed as “Unknown,” whereas Mobius apparently attributed “Kang the Conqueror” as his alias. The massive pictures to the appropriate look like stills of Kang in his masks capturing vitality out of his palms (clearly Mobius both received his palms on a replica of “Quantumania” or he simply did his greatest imitation of a movie journalist and snagged some screen-grabs from Disney+) together with that distinctively round time-ship he used to journey round. The phrases “Scott Lang” and “Ant-Man” are additionally barely seen within the textual content.

However we now have greater questions, like is the TVA now pivoting to variant-hunting?

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