The advance of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania unveiled Kang the Conqueror, the He Who Remains variant that appears at the end of the Loki series (available on Disney Plus). Those who have read the comics Marvel They know there’s more than one Kang in the multiverse, so the MCU can pick up multiple versions to craft the future of the franchise.
Without a doubt, the trailer Ant Man 3 evokes Kang the Conqueror, born in the 31st century and whose original name is Nathaniel Richards, a descendant of the father of Reed Richards, the founder and leader of the Fantastic Four. After Victor Von Doom created time travel technology, Nathaniel becomes obsessed with controlling it to the point of invading multiple timelines and expanding his empire. While Kang doesn’t have any superpowers like the Avengers, his timeship allows him to gather technology and weaponry from the future. This variant is the most recognizable so far according to official MCU material.
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Don’t think that Nathaniel Richards is the original variant of Kang. The first is Rama-Tut, a character who ruled Ancient Egypt after traveling from the 31st century with Doctor Doom’s technology. Around this time, Rama-Tut plans to claim the mutant En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse) as the heir to his throne and comes into conflict with the moon god Konshu. This variant probably won’t appear in Ant-Man 3, but there is some possibility that it has a connection to Moon Knightthe moon knight
As Rama-Tut eventually becomes Kang the Conqueror, the writers of Quantunmania can bring back his Egyptian origins to provide a backstory for the supervillain so as not to repeat the mistake with Thanos: an antagonist with a very loose personality.
immortal is another variant that may well relate to the built items in the Loki series and be referenced in Quantunmania. After battling for years, the Time Keepers (Temporal Variation Agency – AVT) asked Kang for help to preserve the timelines in exchange for immortality. In this variation, Kang rules over the otherdimensional realm of Limbo, perhaps reminiscent of the Citadel at the End of Time where He Who Remains resided. Immortus is known to be Kang’s fate before the Guardians of Time finally separate the two entities, allowing both to live apart from each other.
There is one more variant of Kang that is not only inspired by Doctor Doom, but also Latverian. We talk about scarlet centurion, a powerful villain who wanted to use the Avengers as his pawns to conquer reality. The plan was to wear them down in battles against other super powerful beings until they pitted them against themselves from another universe. What’s interesting is that Henry “Hank” Pym shows up in the story to shrink down and manipulate Scarlet Centurion’s time machine.
There are several other variants of Kang the Conqueror that appear in Marvel Comics, although it is unlikely that Victor Timely, the mayor of a small town in 1901, or Mister Gryphon, CEO of Qeng Enterprises, will measure up to be antagonists in Ant-Man 3. For now, the The Conqueror version is the one that best suits the development of the plot, but its past remains to be deciphered and whether it will include the history of Ancient Egypt.
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