To think, everything inLokioccurred because Tony Stark fumbled the space stone while on theEndgametime heist.
Kang has a very convoluted story in the comics. It's obvious that initially, much of his backstory was not planned. Several reiterations, time-traveling shenanigans, and resets have made this Marvel villain's history one of the most complex in comic history.
Still following? Good.
While in "the present," Nathaniel Richard meets Doctor Doom, his possible ancestor. The meeting inspires him to ditch his Pharoah persona and create a new one, the Scarlet Centurion.
And this is where we really begin Kang the Conquerer's battle against the Avengers.
Then there's Immortus...
But was that Kang inLoki,or somebody else?
He Who Remains is another character entirely in the comics. He is the creator of the TVA and a master of time, but he is not Kang.
So what does this mean for the MCU?
Because there are so many Kangs (even a council of Kangs), the MCU can make him a never-ending villain. One may even become a Young Avenger.
While Thanos took a decade, Kang will be involved for a decade.
Storytelling is about to change in the MCU, and I'm all in.