After being rumored for several months about the role of the next great villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU, for its English abbreviation), Conqueror Kang (Kang the Conqueror in his original language) He finally appeared in the “Loki” series. There, he reveals himself as the person in charge of the Time Variation Authority (TVA).
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much Limit How The Hollywood Reporter I mentioned that the perpetrator Jonathan Majors (“Lovecraft Country”) Marvel Studios To play Kang in the next movie Ant-ManStarring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. Majors’ appointment was confirmed with his appearance in the series.
It is scheduled to be 2023 (originally arriving in 2022, but the date has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic),”Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum HumanDirected by Peyton Reed from a screenplay by Jeff Lovins (“Rick and Morty”). Reid said at the end of August 2020, in an interview withThe Jess Cagle ShowIt’ll be Scott Lang (Rud’s) next adventure.Much larger and more comprehensive than the first twoWith Kang’s inclusion, it makes sense.
Who is Kang?
In principle, Kang is an evil time traveler, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. It was first presented in 1984, in the number 8 of “The Avengers”, Marvel Comics. throughout its history, Kang He has participated in some of the biggest events for the brand and has been linked to other great villains like Doctor Doom and Thanos. He’s also encountered dozens of Marvel characters, from the Fantastic Four to Spider-Man.
History and origin of Kang
Kang’s real name is Nathaniel Richards, an alleged descendant of Reed Richards’ father (Mr. Fantastic) and 30th century genius on Earth 6311, who collects and perfects Viktor von Dom’s time and cross-dimensional travel technology.
Transformed into a traveler, his first destination is Ancient Egypt for Earth-616 – the home of most Marvel Comics stories – where he became the pharaoh Rama Tut and where he arrives to be his heir Al Sabah. Noor, a mutant is destined to become an Apocalypse, although his plans are thwarted by the Fantastic Four, who are accidentally sent to this very time.
Defeated, he later travels to the 20th century to meet Doctor Dom, who he believes is his ancestor, and develops a shield based on his shield to begin to name himself. Scarlet Centurion, the name he faces and loses to the Avengers.
Trying to go back to the 31st century, Nathaniel Richards miscalculates and arrives in a devastated land, a thousand years later than his time, but far from being abandoned, he finds an opportunity and conquers this remnant of Earth and then the rest of the Earth. Galaxy of futuristic weapons control. Since then he calls himself Kang the Conqueror and sets himself a goal of conquering the modern era, when the land is fertile, though full of superheroes.
Since his introduction, Kang has had several names, as well as offering different versions of his status as a multidimensional traveler. Its scope of action was mainly governed by the Earth 616 universe.
Powers of the Conqueror Kang
By itself, he has no superhuman abilities, other than his brain. Kang is a super genius, an expert in history, physics and engineering. Able to travel through time without making differences. It also possesses the knowledge and experience of all its counterparts in the multiverse. His will is also unbreakable, to the point of changing his destiny as inspiration.
Through his travels, he’s amassed futuristic weapons like the technology he saved from the 40th century, including armor that in addition to enhancing his strength, energy releases, holograms, and force fields. In theory, you can access technology at any time and in any world.
Kang’s age is over 70 chronologically, but since the aging process is slower for his age, he appears to be 40 years old. It is also more resistant to radiation than modern-day humans.
Other Names Conqueror Kang
- eternity, an alternate version of Kang who resides in Limbo, one of Marvel Comics’ many dimensions, and escapes to avoid becoming a pawn in Guardians of Time.
- iron boy, a teenage version of Kang knows his evil future and tries to stop him without success.
- rama tutThe nickname he used when he ruled ancient Egypt.
- Victor just in time, the name he used when he retired and governed Timley, Illinois, as mayor in 1910.