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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania neds on one heck of a cliffhanger for Phase 5. We explain the ending, the future of Avengers: Kang Dynasty, Avengers: Serect wars, Loki Season 2, and the Young Avengers.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania just kicked off phase 5 in the best way possible.

We just witnessed the craziest MCU credits scenes with the introduction of the council of Kangs.
There are so many Kangs to explain.

The stakes for the multiversal saga are clear now, the Kangs are assembling a multiversal army against the Avengers.

There’s also that shocking ending with Kang the conqueror, who may or may not be dead.
But who are we kidding, he will probably return, and we have an idea on how Kang is still alive.

And finally, we got to talk about that Loki season 2 tease, and who is the mustache Kang variant.

And of course, how does all of this set up Avengers Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars.

Alright, let’s get straight into it, and break down that insane mid-credit scene.

And it’s insane because I never would have imagined that Marvel will full-on recreate this panel from Avengers #292. And somehow pull it off.

So we see what looks like a giant colosseum filled with countless versions of Kang. There are Kangs of all shapes and sizes. Some are human, others are alien. There’s so much stuff for us to go over in our easter eggs video.

Doug: But what’s the deal with all of these Kangs.

So this is the council of Kangs from the comics.

They are a multiversal alliance of many versions of Kangs from different universes.

This is also the case in the MCU. The council is filled with countless Kang variants.


And these Kangs are the ones who are pulling the multiversal strings.

So there are many variants in this scene, but three of them stand out.
They seem to be the leaders of the council.

There’s an older-looking variant, and he looks like Immortus from the comics.

Immortus is a version of Kang from the far future who’s always manipulating everyone.
He’s always fighting with his younger self, which is Kang the conquer.
Also, Immortus was secretly behind the council of Kangs in the comics.
He manipulated Prime Kang to form the council to wipe out all of his variants.

Doug: Prime Kang? Optimus Prime is in the MCU too?

No….haha, by Prime Kang I mean the original Kang the conquer.

Anyways, then there’s the Pharaoh-looking variant, this one is Rama-Tut.
In the comics, he was the first persona Kang adopted.

Before becoming Kang, he was Nathaniel Richards, a scientist from the 30th who discovered time travel technology.
He traveled back to ancient Egypt and became the Pharaoh Rama-Tut.

This isn’t the first time we saw Rama-Tut in the MCU. He was teased in Moon Knight.

The third variant seems to be the Scarlet Centurion.
Though he doesn’t actually look like him that much.
He seems to have silver armor instead of red one.

But I assume that he’s meant to be a slightly different version of the Scarlet Centurion.
It makes sense since Kang has three other major personas in the comics: Immortus, Rama-Tut and the Scarlet Centurion.
So it will mean that the three leaders of the council are these 3 variants.

In the comics, Kang became Scarlet Centurion after he was defeated by the fantastic 4 as Rama-Tut.

And hold up, could this mean that the Fantastic 4 will fight Rama-Tut in their movie? Now that could be wild.

Anyways, the Fantastic 4 kicked Rama-Tut out of ancient Egypt and he ended up in the present day. There he met Doctor Doom. The best villain in the comics made an impression on Rama-Tut, so he ditched the Pharaoh persona and got a new one, inspired by, becoming the Scarlet Centurion.

I should also mention that Kang’s son Marcus became the Scarlet Centurion in the Kang Dynasty storyline.

Now there are two other important Kang variants who are missing from this scene, the one that appears in the post-credit scene – that one is Victor Timely.
And He Who Remains, the Kang variant that appeared in Loki.