MCU Art Shows How Hilariously Different Spider-Man & Loki Variants Are

A new piece Marvel Cinematic Universeart highlights the comical differences between Spider-Man’s and Loki versions. Hugh Everett’s multiverse theory, or “many worlds,” has been used in many media, including novels, comic books, and movies. Sony’s animated funny film Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse opens up portals to other universes and brings different Spider-People into the worlds of Miles Morales (Shameik Moon). Into the Spider-Verse is one of the first mainstream superhero movies that used the multiversal concept. It’s also the movie that introduced the multiversal concept to mainstream movies such as Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The multiverse concept in the MCU was rumored to have been mentioned as far back as Thor The Dark World, with a subtle nod towards alternate Earths written on a chalkboard drawn by Erik Selvig. Things took shape only after Avengers Endgame and then Phase 4’s Disney+ Loki. The series is about The Avengers’ Loki (Tom Hiddleston), who escapes with Tesseract in Endgame’s time theft. Concepts like alternate timelines or variants are officially introduced after being arrested by the Time Variance Authority. Episode 5 features Loki meeting many alternate versions/variants, including Kid Loki and Classic Loki.

Recently, Idiotoftheeast shared an Instagram piece highlighting the differences between Spider-Man variants and Loki. One group, which includes everyone from Miles to Spider-Gwen to Spider-Men’s Spider-Men, has an affinity to “great power” as well as “great responsibility”; the other can’t seem able to get along. You can see it below.

According to reports, the MCU has always had a multiverse. Variants will continue to be seen on the big screen in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part One and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige spoke out about how Multiverse of Madness will “Crack” unlock the Multiverse, which will allow the MCU to get closer to its comic-book counterpart. Although rumors suggest that X-Men, other familiar heroes, may be seen in the film, the first teaser teases Doctor Strange Supreme. The film will also feature at least one Loki variation.

 

 

 

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