Now that The Mad Titan Thanos (Josh Brolin) has finally departed the scene and is no longer a menace to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s time to introduce Kang The Conqueror, a villain from the 31st century.
As He Who Remains, Jonathan Majors made his acting debut in the Loki series on Disney+. The Multiverse poses a massive threat that was alluded to in Loki’s most recent episode, and it will pave the way for the MCU’s upcoming stages. He Who Remains’ arrival has many fans in awe, and several ideas have emerged online positing that he is Kang The Conqueror and the next major antagonist for the future Phases 5 and 6.
Kang The Conqueror is the next Thanos-level danger for the Multiverse Saga, Marvel Studios has revealed at the most recent San Diego Comic-Con, after over a year of speculation.
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Several fans have argued that Thanos wouldn’t have accomplished much without the Infinity Gauntlet. The Mad Titan, however, has Eternal-Deviant DNA, giving him godlike power and skills, making him an excellent candidate to be a major villain, according to 2021’s Eternals. Additionally, during the Infinity Saga, Thanos has shown that while he may not possess the sophisticated weapons like Tony Stark or the powerful godlike might of Thor, his vile ambition to slaughter half the cosmos is sufficient to win the conflict.
Kang’s extremely high level of intelligence is his greatest asset. In the Marvel comics, Kang is a scientist from the 31st century who repeatedly goes back in time to carry out his evil schemes. He employs technology from the 31st century against the other Marvel superheroes, namely the Avengers. He can easily defeat anybody who comes in his path thanks to his army, robots, and cutting-edge weapons from the third millennium. Kang has a different objective than Thanos, who just wants to commit genocide or destroy half the world. Kang wants to become a god. He is a more nuanced enemy than Thanos because of this.
Can you picture what a villain from the 31st century with more cutting-edge technology than Tony Stark could do to the new Avengers superheroes?
Kang The Conqueror, played by Jonathan Majors, will have additional screen time in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which debuts in cinemas on February 17, 2023.