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Alternate Loki Season 1 Ending Revealed In Art Book

Alternate Loki Season 1 Ending Revealed In Art Book

The end of season 1 of the series Marvel Studios Disney+ Loki saw Loki sent to another timeline after he and Sylvie encountered the One Who Remains. However, the ending of the series was originally very different.

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The ending that made the cut for Disney+ saw Loki and Sylvie encounter He Who Remains – a variant of Kang the Conqueror – at the end of time. Their interaction eventually ended with Sylvie killing the One That Remains, releasing Kang the Conqueror into the world via a domino effect that also separated Loki and Sylvie and threw Loki into an alternate TVA, where no one knew who he was, and was also overseen by none other than Kang himself.

According to Wesley Burt, a visual development concept illustrator for the series, however, there was originally intended to be a very different ending. Burt’s quotes are from the artbook Marvel’s Loki: The Art of the Seriesand describe a sort of “sendoff” for Loki, which would have seen him set off on his own adventures in another realm.

“These [suit designs] was going to be…for our send off for Loki…it was going to be his costume change at the end,” Burt said. (via The Direct) “He’s grown and changed, and he’s more at peace at this point. He was going to go on some of his own adventures in another realm…”

Of course, instead of going on his own adventures, Loki is still very busy not only trying to figure out how he ended up in a new timeline, but also how to stay safe from a new big bad that threatens. the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Although we don’t know much about the upcoming second season of Lokiwriter Michael Waldron – who served as editor on Loki and as a writer on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – told Deadline that the team behind the series found “new emotional ground to cover.”

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Season 2 of Loki isn’t slated to air until at least early 2023. It’s unclear exactly what the season will tackle, especially after the first series’ chaotic ending made Kang one of the biggest villains in history. overall Marvel Cinematic Universe while seeming to transport Loki to a completely different universe.

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