“Loki” Fans Believe TVA Is In “Ant-Man” Quantum Realm
We’ve only been two weeks Loki and the Time Adventure series is already the most convoluted of Marvel’s Disney + shows. Maybe more than WandaVision. The first and second episodes introduced even more world-building to the MCU, gave us a brand new God (Goddess) of Evil in the form of Lady Loki, and foreshadowed the arrival of an iconic villain from the gang. drawn.
One of the biggest question marks in the series to date currently hangs over the Time Variance Authority, the vast bureaucracy that claims to implement the will of the timekeepers and protect the sacred timeline from corruption. Whether the real purpose of VAT is actually more nefarious remains to be seen, but even the logistics and location of the organization are a mystery. We know the Infinity Stones and Loki’s powers are rendered useless there, but that’s about it.
As Loki pointed out in episode two, we don’t even know where or when the TVA headquarters are based – just that it “looks futuristic” – but some Marvel fans think they got it. In a theory exposed in a video on the Marvelous Wave channel, Devin Eckardt explains that in Marvel Comics, VAT is located in the zero time zone, a space outside of regular space-time that is not affected by the central timeline. However, he speculates that the screen version of VAT may have slightly different origins, and postulates that it’s likely we’ll instead get an explanation that’s already tied to what we’ve seen in the MCU before.
In other words, he believes that VAT will be revealed to be stationed in the Quantum Realm, the microcosmic universe of the The ant Man films which were then used by the Avengers for time travel by End of Game. “We know that time moves differently in the Quantum Realm,” he says, and refers to images of the Quantum Realm which appear to include a city. “While many have speculated that this is Chronopolis, the long-standing home of Kang the Conqueror, Loki maybe gave us a different explanation. Could this city, in fact, be the headquarters of TVA? “
He adds that the ability of TVA agents to travel to any point in space and time via gates follows very closely how the Avengers all traveled to different locations and dates during the sequence. of the “time hold-up” in End of Game. And, given that the Quantum Realm is expected to be explored even further in the next sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, it’s a fan theory that can actually hold water.
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