Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – Kang is the only survivor of the War of the Multiverse?

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – Kang is the only survivor of the War of the Multiverse?

Ant-Man and the Wasp

After a long wait, the much feared villain of the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to make his appearance in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania , the first chapter of Phase Five of the Marvel franchise. Kang the Conqueror is a name that has held the ground in discussions on the Marvel Cinematic Universe for some time, with passionate readers of the comics of the House of Ideas who are thrilled to find out how this multifaceted villain will be adapted into the cinematic context. Among the many questions related to this debut, the main one concerns why the villain is confined to the Quantum Realm, a question that leads us to wonder if Kang is not the last survivor of the War of the Multiverse mentioned in Lok i. Hypothesis that would make his presence in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and in future films of the Multiverse Saga even more intriguing!

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania could reveal that Kang the Conqueror is the last survivor of the Multiverse War

In the series dedicated to the variant of the God of Mischief born during Avengers: Endgame, we saw Loki and Sylvie meet the One who Remains, an incarnation of Nathaniel Richards who has revealed to them some details about the multiverse and the figure of Kang. On this occasion, the War of the Multiverse is mentioned, a conflict in which the different variants of Nathaniel Richards' multiverse fought each other for supremacy. Clash that apparently ended with the One Who Remains as the last survivor, prompting him to create a multiverse control body, the TVA (Time Variance Authority). A decision born above all to prevent a potential second War of the Multiverse, which could still happen now that Sylvie has killed the One Who Remains, bringing an upheaval in the Multiverse.

If what He Remains claims is true, his apparent victory in the War of the Multiverse was the result of eliminating his variants. However, one of these may have survived, perhaps within the Quantum Realm, or been confined there during this conflict, a captivity that she has not been able to escape. This could motivate the presence of Kang the Conqueror in the Quantum Realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, especially considering that despite being a being capable of moving through time and space, it seems incredible that he is unable to leave this microscopic realm. The explanation, therefore, could be precisely that Kang, who survived the War of the Multiverse, remained exiled for some reason in the Quantum Realm, a hypothesis which is partly supported by the recent statements by Nathaniel Richards' interpreter, Jonathan Majors, who indicating how inspirations for the characterization of the character refer to the great leaders of history, also quoting Napoleon after his first defeat with consequent exile.

Following this cue, one could therefore imagine Kang in a position to aim at the reconstruction of a own army with which to resume the War of the Multiverse, using the knowledge of Scott Lang to escape from his captivity. If this were correct, the perception of the quantum world would also change, which seems to be a sort of saving limbo of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, considering how Scott escaped the Blip since he was in the Quantum Realm and that Kang escaped the extermination of his variants by taking refuge in that which in Marvel comics is known as Microverse.

Above all, it should be taken into consideration that if Kang the Conqueror is truly a survivor of the War of the Multiverse, the death of the One who Remains could prove to be one of the turning points of the continuity of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, the true vital spark of the Multiverse Saga. If Kang's exile had occurred precisely because of the One Who Remains, in fact, with the latter's death Kang could feel entitled to finally abandon the Quantum Realm, to resume his mission of conquest of the internal multiverse.

A decision that points straight towards the future of the franchise, which we already know leads to a clash between Kang the Conqueror and the Avengers in Avengers: Kang Dynasty . If Kang is already a fearsome character because of his powers, discovering that he is also one of the few survivors of a multiversal war fought by the variants of such a being can only make his presence even more lethal, to the point that we can consider him as the definitive version of one of the most powerful villain of the franchise.

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