Disney+’s Loki was the first MCU show whose second season has already been announced. And considering the cliffhanger the show left us on, it deserves one. The first season ended with things a little out of hand. With He-Who-Remains out of the picture, thanks to Sylvie, the multiverse is open to the public. And with a great multiverse, must also come great possibilities! Here are 5 of the most insane Loki season 2 theories that could come true next year.
1. RAVONNA FINDS THE OG HE-WHO-REMAINS AND FALLS IN LOVE
The finale of the show featured Miss Minutes showing a bunch of archived files to Ravonna Renslayer. So, the word is that these files are about He-Who-Remains. According to him, he will come a long time after the events of the MCU so far. So, when we see Renslayer walking into a mystery portal, she is going off to see He-Who-Remains.
There, she meets him and shows his true destiny. Now, this is where the theory gets interesting. In the process of her showing He-Who-Remains his importance, she falls in love with him. With a dense mist of fog around what is actually going to happen, this doesn’t seem too much of a stretch. Renslayer has been a mysterious character since her debut, and this would explain a lot about her real personality.
2. LOKI WILL LEAD AN ARMY OF TVA WORKERS AGAINST KANG
The show ended with Loki realizing that the TVA is in chaos. All of the TVA staff were multiversal variants who had been slaved by He-Who-Remains to control the multiverse. When everybody at the TVA realized this, they hated He-Who-Remains for this. But the blanket of their fake memories is so thick that they don’t even think of being free individuals. However, if Loki manages to bring back their memories and everything that He-Who-Remains and the TVA put them through, he could lead them into a revolt. We know that he has always wanted to be a savior and this could be his moment. When the Avengers will take up the fight to the big bad of the upcoming phases, Loki could lead an army of TVA employees.
3. SEASON 2 WILL LEAD LOKI TO TEAM UP WITH DR STRANGE AND WANDA
When Loki and Sylvie caused the multiverse to strip open, its effects were seen in the MCU. The events of Spider-Man: No Way Home were only a preview of what the multiverse holds for us. And the next MCU movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, will dive into the more serious threats out there. The teaser of the movie has already foreshadowed a team-up between Doctor Strange and Wanda, the two strongest sorcerers. And if season 2 follows this team-up, featuring Loki as well, it will surely blow the viewers’ minds away.
4. THE EVENTS OF SEASON 2 MIGHT LEAD THINGS TOWARDS GALACTUS
Over god knows how many years, He-Who-Remains and the TVA have destroyed millions and millions of timelines. So, we can say that he has destroyed many multiverses over the years until what was left was the Sacred Timeline. He has killed many powerful beings before they even got a chance to be born. In the comics, one such being was Galactus, earlier known as Galan of Taa. He belonged to one of the many timelines destroyed by Kang or one of his variants.
Due to some miracle, Galan survived the destruction of his world. He was alone in the world with nothing to keep him company. That was until he absorbed the energy of the multiverse. He took on the name of Galactus and started devouring worlds as an act of Vengeance. Galactus is one of the most beloved supervillains in the comics, and to see a live-action iteration of the character in the MCU will be fun on so many levels. He could already be existing somewhere out in the vast multiverse, and when he senses a new multiverse, he might just come for a visit.
5. RISE OF THE LOKIs
One of the best aspects of the first season was the Loki variants. So, it makes sense if the writers give them some more screentime to give some comic relief to an otherwise dark plot. We have already seen President Loki, the Classic Loki, ‘Gator Loki, Kid Loki, and Sylvie, but fans always felt the need to see the infamous King Loki. This variant of the God of Mischief, in the comics, managed to overtake Thor in the race to the throne of Asgard. This variant of Loki, unlike most others, is the cruelest of all. He plots his every move and acts when he sees fit. He might corrupt the protagonist Loki and lead him into darkness. That would be a more appropriate plot for the second season 2 as Lokis are often seen crossing the line over to the dark side.