Through Disney Plus, Marvel Studios shares the first series of phase 4 of the Avengers: “WandaVision”, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and “Loki”. This latest production is currently sharing its first episodes.
We have seen that Loki was imprisoned by the authority of time after escaping with the tesseract during the Avengers mission in New York. As is to be expected, he has been involved in new adventures.
In chapter 4 of the series we saw that the protagonist was eliminated by one of the rods of the TVA agents but he has not really died, but was transferred to the ‘end of the world’.
It is a dimension where the organization of time sends all alternate realities to eventually freeze and not develop. Living beings, on the other hand, are eaten by Alioth, one of the most powerful beings in the MCU and Marvel comics.
In Chapter 5 we see that he joins a new team of Lokis and it is revealed that they are also stranded there. Curiously, in the secret base it is possible to see a Mjolnir and next to it a jar where Thor Rana is found.
In the comics he is known as Simon Walterson and he is simply a human who was transformed into a frog by a spell.
“Loki”: who is Alioth and what is his relevance in the comics?
“Loki” surprises all fans with many revelations in chapter 5. This premiere is already being shared on the Disney Plus platform, which introduces new characters such as Alioth. Basically, these are the most powerful villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This being is in charge of eliminating the different timelines reset by the Time Authority (TVA). Basically, Ravonna Renslayer explains that they can’t delete an entire timeline so they send it to the ‘end of time’ to be frozen.
Those living things that fall there will eventually be eliminated by Alioth. This powerful character was one of the first to break his ties with his timeline and began to expand his territory, currently much larger than that of Kang the Conqueror.
According to the comics, it is a transtemporal entity that materializes as a huge cloud that eliminates everything it touches. He first appeared in 1993, in the Avengers: The Terminatrix Objective # 1 comic.