Loki Episode 4 Theory: Is Kang the New Mephisto?

The latest episode of Loki is a roller coaster ride of emotions. As soon as fans watched the episode, they came up with theories. One Loki Episode 4 theory is making a lot of noise on the internet. If you are planning to read ahead, let me warn you of the spoilers.

In The Nexus Event episode, we found out that the Time-Keepers are not real. Mobius, played by Owen Wilson (now pruned), have found out that they all are Variants, just like Loki and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino). Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is no good and is closely associated with whoever the bad guy is. Loki Episode 4 theory by several fans states that the series’s evil mind is Kang the Conqueror.

In the comics, Ravonna Renslayer is romantically linked to Kang the Conqueror. Hence, even after defeating her and exposing the Time-Keepers, TVA doesn’t get destroyed. That’s why Loki asks – Then who created the TVA? Fans think it is Kang. This Loki Episode 4 theory is reminding us of the Mephisto phase during WandaVision.

Loki Episode 4 Theory: Still 1
Loki Episode 4 Theory: Still from the episode

Ever since the first Loki episode released, fans believe that Kang is the bag guy. Marvel is not revealing any secrets about anything. During WandaVision, fans would doubt any new character to be Mephisto. Similarly, anything bad that happens in Tom Hiddleston’s show is blamed on Kang. So he is now becoming the new Mephisto!

Jokes aside. About the Loki Episode 4 theory on The Nexus Event, one fan tweeted, “ay it with me (and no, not a #spoiler, a theory): It was Kang all along! #Loki”.

Another fan wrote, “There’s pretty much not doubt in my mind that Kang is behind it all now. He’s gotta be! This is insane.”

“A-23 is Ravonna’s number, Avengers #23 features Kang the Conquerer and also where she makes her first comic appearance,” tweeted one more fan.

Check out some tweets on Loki Episode 4 theory:

Also Read: Loki Episode 4 Memes: Fans Want Marvel to Pay for Their Therapy!

On Reddit, a user named ‘u/avenging-pirate’ has explained the same Loki Episode 4 theory in detail. The person believes that it is either Kang The Conqueror or Mephisto. The user shared, “Loki Episode 4 titled The Nexus Event was by far the most mind-boggling episode. We see so much happen in the episode, and the major event is that the Time Keepers are revealed to be fake, just some random androids. So the question as to who created the TVA is still unanswered. Here are my two predictions about it and how it might set up the future MCU movies:

TVA was created by Kang the Conqueror: In the Loki series, we see Ravonna Renslayer, who possibly knows everything about the TVA and is trying to protect it. In the comics, we know Kang and Renslayer are love interests, hence adding to the possibility that Kang created the TVA. Also, Kang is confirmed to be in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023), maybe the events of Loki will tie up to the future MCU movie. This theory is also compatible with the theory that TVA is situated in the Quantum Realm.”

Check out the full theory here.

What do you think of the new Loki theory? Who do you think created the TVA? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Also Read: Loki Episode 4 Recap: The Nexus Event And Mid-Credits Scene

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