The last time we saw Loki in action was in “Avengers: Infinity War.” The character died at the hands of Thanos only at the beginning of the film and was seen again in Endgame, during the time travel of the Avengers.
Just by using the tesseract, TVA goes to meet him to apprehend him and later judge him. Before dying, Mobius intercedes for him to join the Time Authority team and help capture the assassin variant.
In chapter 2 it is revealed that there is a version of Loki who assassinates the Minuteros but he is not the only one who can move along the timeline. Of course, theories indicate that it could be Kang the Conqueror.
It is not expected that he will have a special role in the series but he will be able to participate with a cameo. Marvel Studios has confirmed that Kang will be part of the MCU but that he would only appear in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.”
In an interview with the medium Variety, the actor was asked about his new role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would be seen in “Loki.” Unfortunately, he denied the case.
He only managed to comment on the following: “I have no idea what you are talking about.” For now, his presence on the set of “Loki” has not been reported, nor have the actors commented anything about it.
“Loki”: Miss Minutes is a recording or an artificial intelligence?
Through Disney Plus the first chapters of “Loki” are already being shared. One of the details that has caught the attention of fans the most is the scene from the beginning. The protagonist is reviewing a Mobius magazine while chatting with Miss Minutes.
But how is this possible. Remember that Minutes is simply a piece of software that introduces the Time Keepers to court. In the first episode, we saw him recounting that these powerful characters reunified the multiverses to avoid conflicts over time lines.
Simply, Miss Minutes is commenting to Loki on what is TVA as if it were any conversation. For this reason, the protagonist asks him “are you a recording or are you alive?
Of course, it is not an artificial intelligence, but a constant change of the timeline so that in this way Miss Minute always knows what Loki is going to tell her.
We have already seen a similar resource in other series like Dr. Who, where the doctor can talk to his assistant via an old recording. Remember that director Kate Herron has relied on other science fiction productions to put together this story.