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First episode Loki Disney + may not have a traditional post-credits scene, but that doesn’t mean the credits sequence is completely meaningless! As with two previous Marvel shows, Loki credits thematically correspond to the plot of the show; in this case, they seem to portray an inner workings Authority of temporary deviation… However, take a closer look, and you will get some details on what might come next.
Most of the details are references that you won’t notice and that seem to hint at the little things in the comics. For example, a quick snapshot of Loki’s TVA file shows all the expected information: his photo, his name, his nicknames, his world of origin and other various administrative information. However, below the gender segment, the text reads FLUID. For movie fans who are used to Loki being portrayed as a cis man and using only masculine pronouns, this may be surprising, but comic book fans know it’s not a shock at all. In fact, Loki’s fluid gender identity can be traced back to deep Norse mythology, and this is the reason why we all reflect on Lady Loki’s opportunity is a female version of Loki that appears in the comic arc, appearing in the series.
There are a few papers scattered throughout the bureaucratic nonsense in loans that might grab your attention. In several places we can see forms marked “Apocalyptic Event Report”, suggesting that TVA is familiar enough with these events to have forms to record them. Next to one, on a sort of crime board covered in equations and scribbles, is also a sketch of a mysterious man with a mustache who could be either just a random person or someone very significant that we just don’t know about yet. In Marvel, the question always arises: is the detail accidental or is it hinting at something much more?
There is one more thing worth noting in the end credits, and it has to do with one of the main characters we meet in the episode. At some point, we catch a glimpse of what looks like a guide to options, that is, people like Loki who intentionally or unintentionally reset the “sacred timeline” and require intervention. One diagram seems to depict a figurine of a variant that is somehow divided by a doorway, like the TVA portals. More importantly, an adjacent page entitled “Side Effects” has a paragraph describing curling a strip of paper and reconnecting the ends – also known as a Mobius strip, a strange object that has unusual properties, such as having only one geometric side. and remains intact when cut in half. Owen Wilson character literally named Agent Moebius, is this a reference to him? There is a lot to reveal in this sequence of credits, but only future episodes will show if those details are important or just interesting to notice.
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