Loki Fans Think They Spotted Fantastic Four Easter Egg In Season 1 Finale

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itemprop=”headline name”>Loki Fans Think They Spotted Fantastic Four Easter Egg In Season 1 Finale

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Scott Campbell

Jul 20, 2021 10:27 am2021-07-20T10:27:41-05:00

When the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four is over and done with, the chances are high that we’ll be looking back at Season 1 of Disney Plus series Loki as the pivotal moment. The multiverse was plunged into disarray from the second Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie stabbed He Who Remains through the chest, and the fallout is set to seep into a huge number of the franchise’s upcoming projects.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania jump out as the three most obvious, but a lot of fans are now under the impression that the sixth and final episode of Loki‘s first run featured a hidden Easter Egg that could connect to Jon Watts’ Fantastic Four reboot, and you can check out some of the reactions below.

I have seen several hidden elements in the last episode of Loki but the question at this moment is whose is this space ship? I have a feeling that of the fantastic 4.#Loki #LokiLagarto #MarvelStudios #DoctorStrangeInTheMultiverseOfMadness #FantasticFour #LokiWednesdays pic.twitter.com/G9UfwvrKZ6

— Auden Green (@AudenGreenMV) July 16, 2021

I'm calling this…#Loki was sent to this reality the original one, the reality we know as the "MCU" is like an ant farm for #KangTheConqueror and it's a teaser for #Fantastic4 featuring a nod to their gold ship,hints of blue and not to mention the orbital base in the same shot. pic.twitter.com/bmfygrGYiU

— Christopher A. Padilla (@FilmAgeStudios) July 15, 2021

Hear me out, this is the Fantastic Four going into space in the 60s as we see this ship around the same time we hear Neil Armstrong’s first words on the moon. #Loki pic.twitter.com/L2tzLDnJoq

— Marvel-ous Jedi (@Marvelous_Jedi_) July 16, 2021

#LokiSpoilers for the opening sequence of #Loki , you may or may not have noticed. That opening space sequence had a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo from a spaceship we've never seen before in the MCU. Who is in that ship? Fantastic Four, maybe?🤔 pic.twitter.com/QGhuBmE3zX

— Jack Laridian, VARIANT L1130 (@JackLaridian) July 16, 2021


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@Kevfeige @MarvelStudios so you’re going to tell me this is just some random ship?
I smell a first family being broken out of a time jail! #loki #KangTheConqueror #Immortus #HeWhoRemains #FantasticFour #nathanielrichards pic.twitter.com/ODYlwY0VmZ

— samarie (@ACNHParadoxia) July 14, 2021

I just realized Loki finale also lowkey introduced Fantastic Four 🤯

— Alex Tran (@nineralex) July 16, 2021

Thoughts on who was in the ship? #loki #fantasticfour pic.twitter.com/2KPOM65Ajp

— Justin Mason (@justinmasonart) July 19, 2021

That Loki reveal reaffirms how much of Marvel's stories are connected to the Fantastic Four and how much wilder these concepts will get when they're introduced

— RUBIX CUBAN🇨🇺🇧🇧 (@Dologenius) July 15, 2021

The comic book origins of Marvel’s First Family have them attaining their powers after being bombarded by cosmic radiation, and if the MCU is sticking relatively close to that template then the chances are high we’ll be seeing Reed Richards, Sue Storm, brother Johnny and Ben Grimm heading to the furthest reaches of outer space.

Kang the Conqueror originated as one Franklin Richards, who has ties to Mister Fantastic despite being separated by centuries, and there’s been no shortage of theorizing that Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will either hint towards Fantastic Four or serve as the team’s introduction, and we’ve known for close to a year that Jonathan Majors’ time traveling warlord will be the villain of Scott Lang’s third solo outing.

It’s not hard to join those dots, but given the levels of secrecy that always surround the MCU, we might not get an answer on this particular Loki Easter Egg until as far away as 2023.

Source: ComicBook.com

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