Marvel meets fans of the God of Mischief this Friday, October 6, 2023. The Loki series is (finally) offering a second season and we are not going to shy away from our pleasure. Since the broadcast of the first episode in June 2021, a lot has evolved in the wonderful world of Marvel. Believe us, it's in your best interest to study a little before starting season 2 of Loki.
Like most MCU films and series in recent months, there is work. The programs in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are more interconnected than ever and it is sometimes essential to have seen a film or series to understand the issues of another program. This is even more true with Loki, now that the multiverse is the common thread of the MCU.
While waiting to find the God of Mischief on your small screen, we have listed the 4 Marvel programs to have seen. We tell you everything in this article.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
In 2021, Lokiopened the door to the multiverse. A crucial turning point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Our spider-man paid the price in Spider-Man: No Way Home. If seeing the latest footage devoted to the character played by Tom Holland is not crucial, it is always good to revise for your course on the multiverse.
After the death of Mysterio in Spider -Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker asks Doctor Strange for a helping hand to return to a peaceful life. Unfortunately, fate is compromised and, by dint of playing with space-time, the doors to the multiverse open their doors. Although the Sorcerer Supreme managed to restore order, this incident is not without consequences in the MCU. This is the start of trouble.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
After the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange faced the consequences of his actions in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. After a slight preview, Marvel offered a real headfirst jump into the multiverse in this new footage.
This is not a scoop: season 2 of Loki is closely related to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The new batch of episodes dedicated to the God of Mischief and brother of Thor should go even further than what the second film dedicated to the Sorcerer Supreme offered us.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Released at the start of the year, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniaintroduced Kang The Conqueror as the MCU's new major antagonist. The one chosen to replace good old Thanos. Nicknamed “He Who Dwells,” this frightening character appeared for the very first time in the first season of Loki.
The third opus dedicated to the adventures of Scott Lang presented us, in particular, with countless variants of the terrible Kang The Conqueror in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Although our heroes have successfully fought their enemy, the antagonist is far from having said his last word. The post-credits scene of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania directly mentions the Loki series. It is therefore essential to see this film before season 2.
Season 1 of Loki
Let's knock down an open door: impossible to follow the season 2 of Lokiif you haven't seen the first burst of episodes. If you have time to rediscover the first season of Loki during your Marvel marathon, don't deprive yourself.
If you're worried that you've forgotten some key elements of the series and don't have time to dive back into the first season, we have a solution. Failing to watch the 6 episodes of season 1 of Loki, we strongly advise you to view a summary. That's good, our colleagues fromJournal du Geek have taken care of it for you.