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25 replies
  1. Remen Raj
    Remen Raj says:

    Writers lack serious imagination for the quantum realm beings. This looks like discount star wars characters. Everyone have human like structure, 2 hands and 2 legs. This feels like a discarded skit from rock and morty.

  2. Gman
    Gman says:

    Marvel made a mistake by introducing Kang in that ridiculous Loki tv series. It totally diminished his surprise. He was over-exposed and which lead to Kang not being a believable powerful villain. The lustre was off… too bad. Marvel please try not to mingle the small screen and the big screen movies…, fatigue

  3. Callibor 31
    Callibor 31 says:

    Marvel, I’ve figured out “the missing pieces” in Quantumania.

    Loki Season 1’s Victor Timely was an author of 616 that Sylvie killed off before Black Widow, Shang-Chi, SM: No Way Home and Eternals.

    This means that Quantumania is just showing the glitches within the timeline that we might see more of in later MCU titles.

    Kill off the characters, eras of times may end. Kill off the author, all that are alive are stuck in what is a twisted version of what it all was before Timely’s death.

    It means there are only continuations, no sudden stops. But to what avail?

    Kang is the one and only character that can die though as he is multiple versions of Victor Timely.

    Kang’s Dynasty maybe not the death of the entire timeline, but the revival which maybe could lead to the Sentinels reawakening.

    Which is what Thanos in theory was trying to prevent, but the ending of half of a universe would’ve been just as dangerous that it would’ve revive one of the Sentinels if the other half decided to move around too much.

    But it does make me wonder, will the sentinels come in terms, not with Kang, but with Victor if the characters are willing to revive him from his death? Or the sentinels?

    I don’t want Marvel Studios to be in a rush to make new shows and movies to fill in the timeline, but I also don’t want to wait until I am near my 30s to see how it all plays out.

  4. Some Guy
    Some Guy says:

    Ugh I hate this film so much, worst movie ever

    There can I get my thousand likes now? Please, its the only way I'll ever feel like my worthless life has value.

  5. Anky Anime
    Anky Anime says:

    Marvel we love our home Please don't ruin our home for just make money take your time and feels us like summer vacation when we come home to take some rest Please don't ruin my home


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