After Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quatumania, writer Jeff Loveness hints to more deadly Kang versions with a wider range of abilities.
In Ant-Man and the Wasp, Kang was formally introduced to the MCU; the stories of Quantumania and Loveness will continue in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
Kang is a strong and perceptive Nexus Being that can travel through time and has connections to other universes that are rare.
Loveness hinted about potential "omnipotent powers" for Kang in an exclusive chat with Screen Rant.
The debut of Kang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania was likened to Loki in Thor, he said.
Loveness has also dropped hints about these upcoming powers and the increased threat posed by the Kang versions.
I'm Jeff Loveness, and I'd like to say:
In particular, I wished to avoid coming into contact with any more of his unlimited abilities.
There's plenty of time to deal with that later.
I think the major potential here was to say, "Let's save all that time travel stuff, let's keep all that crazy multiverse stuff for later," in the same way that the first Thor movie allows you get to know who Loki is before he takes it to 11 in Avengers.
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The statue of kang the conqueror from the closing episode of season one of loki
Those that seemed powerless in the face of the villain's might, like He Who Remains and Kang the Conqueror, ultimately prevailed.
A Loki offshoot named Sylvie murdered He Who Remains, ripping the universe apart and setting in motion events like Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness.
While Ant-Man and the Wasp were able to defeat Kang the Conqueror, both of these variations made attempts to warn their opponents of a far more serious threat: their counterparts.
In the comics, Kang is powerless, but his technology is so advanced that it makes him seem like he has superhuman skills.
The Council of Kangs is interested in the "primary" timeline of the MCU, particularly after Kang the Conqueror was defeated and banished.
Loveness has hinted to abilities the Council of Kangs has that the other two Kang types do not, setting the stage for them to become even more destructive.
As a hub, Kang is a nexus.
Being capable of time travel and other multiversal feats of power.
Kang the Conqueror failed to deliver on his fantastic promises and terrifying threats, but he did demonstrate some of his potential might.
Killing Cassie and forcing Scott to repeat the event over and over again is horrible, but in comparison to the universes he destroyed, it feels like a trivial parlor trick.
The power to travel through time, Kang's intelligence, and his variations are his strongest weapons.
He can deploy a time-traveling army of variations, employ cutting-edge technology, and strike at any point in history.
If the forms of this figure shown so far, such as He Who Remains in Loki and Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, are any indication, the variations to come will be really tough for the MCU heroes.