‘Loki’: The Variants Get Their Own Character Posters!! Check It Out!!

Loki is coming to an end this week, and to keep us hyped about the series’ epic conclusion Disney has released a new set of posters focused on some of the Loki Variants featured in last week’s episode.

The new posters feature Deobia Oparei as Boastful Loki, with his big hammer; Richard E. Grant as Classical Loki, with his comic-accurate costume; Jack Veal as the infant version of the God of Mischief, Kid Loki; Tom Hiddleston as President Loki, wearing a suit and an election campaign button; and finally the real star of the show, Alligator Loki, in all his glorious, scaly purpose.

While Loki deals with different timelines and multiple Variants of the God of Mischief since its debut, it wasn’t until the post-credit scene of Episode 4 that the show embraced all the wackiness of the concept to present some unique versions of the Asgardian. Episode 5 took it a step further by giving us dozens of different Loki Variants, in all shapes and sizes, including the main Variants presented by the posters.

This week’s episode will bring the successful Marvel show to its conclusion, as Loki and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) peek behind the curtain and uncover the ultimate secret behind the TVA. A lot of comic book references introduced in Episode 5 tease the reveal of Kang the Conqueror as the big baddie, which could mean we’ll get to see Jonathan Majors (Lovecraft Country) playing the villain long before Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania gets to theaters in 2023. If Kang is indeed the true antagonist of Loki, that could mean the character will take Thanos’ place in Phase 4 of the MCU by connecting different movies and series.

Loki’s final episode debuts on Disney+ this Wednesday, July 14. While we wait impatiently for the new episode, check out the new Variant posters below.

 

via Collider

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