For a villain to become a hero, they must defeat themselves. Loki keeps doing this over and over again, all while falling in love with the female version of himself. No happy ending for Loki season 2.
Villains love themselves and Loki’s twisted love story is with Sylvie. Everything he does is to save himself, even when he’s being the hero. Die a hero or live on as the villain. Loki season 2.
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Loki is a renegade, but now he wants to save all time. Why the sudden change of heart? Surely Kang can be reasoned with, villain to villain. Didn’t Ant Man free Kang and usher in a war with all of the destroyers? Presumably Loki season 2 will lead up to this, follow from this, or reside in its own unique timeline. Who knows!?
Female Loki is the most powerful of all, saving people, disappearing, and now she’s in 1987. This seems oddly specific and we don’t know if its the past, or not, because the TVA doesn’t exactly exist within time. It tries to control it, which means it was destined to fail.
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Loki season 2 wants to confuse us, but someone better start fighting. Enemies are friends, the real enemy is hiding, and no one truly understands what to do or how to do it. We need clarity. Keep your comments coming and then check out our video on episode 5.
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