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Jack Brickman

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So apparently these events happen at literally the exact same run time in the finales of WandaVision and Loki.

 

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So apparently these events happen at literally the exact same run time in the finales of WandaVision and Loki.

It's a cute theory. Just like the TVA logo upside down is VAL.

If it worked with the after credits scene, I'd be all for it. But I'm going under the assumption that Wandavision end credit scene (where she hears her kids) takes place at the exact moment the Multiverse starts to unravel and become apparent.
 

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It's a cute theory. Just like the TVA logo upside down is VAL.

If it worked with the after credits scene, I'd be all for it. But I'm going under the assumption that Wandavision end credit scene (where she hears her kids) takes place at the exact moment the Multiverse starts to unravel and become apparent.

I did wonder at the performance of Majors in that scene, because it seemed like he was truly afraid of something, and the fact that he didn't know what would happen next didn't seem sufficient for his reaction there.

Also, the coin drop was weird.
 

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I did wonder at the performance of Majors in that scene, because it seemed like he was truly afraid of something, and the fact that he didn't know what would happen next didn't seem sufficient for his reaction there.

Also, the coin drop was weird.
It seemed strange, but I think it'd be easily fixed by saying that He Who Remains had an implanted technology that allowed him to see the timeline branches, much in the same way the TVA monitored them.

We reached the point where he could no longer see the outcomes, and thus the threshold.

Everything that just happened at the end of time was outside of the timeline, so it syncing with WV just doesn't fit with the established rules.

(Kang for those that don't know, has no actual powers, but he utilizes technology)
 

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Trying to sync things is headache inducing.

How would one feel the effects of the branched timeline at any given point?
 

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Trying to sync things is headache inducing.

How would one feel the effects of the branched timeline at any given point?

Something something nexus event.

It’s not like Loki made any goddamn sense to begin with. Most of these movies are nonsense.
 
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