But the big two are Timeless and Avengers Forever. Timeless (by Jed MacKay, Kev Walker, Joe Bennett, Mark Bagley and others) promises that this is where the “future of the Marvel Universe” begins. And the synopsis for that is definitely eyebrow-raising for Loki fans…
“When a threatening new timeline emerges, the Conqueror Kang must fight his way through the coming year to protect the most important 616 timeline he has worked for centuries to solidify as his own. Jed MacKay, Kev Walker, Joe Bennett, Mark Bagley and more give a first look at what’s coming to the Marvel Universe in 2022 in a story that will prove … The future is timeless. ”
So “a threatening new timeline”, huh? And Kang as a hero? This certainly sounds like concepts that just became hugely popular by Loki at Disney +. While it show introduced us to him who remains, which will ultimately be a variant of The Kang Conqueror (played by Jonathan Majors), means that MCU Kang, whom we meet in Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania perhaps not as malicious as the character has often been portrayed in the comics?
And next to it Timeless comes an even more significant title, one that many of us have wondered about, is actually the next big event story that MCU itself will build on after the events of Loki:, it is called Avengers Forever.
Avengers Forever (by Jason Aaron and Aaron Kuder) “brings together archaeologist Tony Stark, also called Invincible Ant-Man and Avengers from across the multiverse, to bring order to timelines where ‘hope’ is a four-letter word. Jason Aaron and Aaron Kuder present a brand new series that will redefine the Avengers as… The Universe’s most powerful heroes. ”
Ever since Loki’s multiverse shenanigans and the arrival of He who remains, we’ve been speculating that Avengers 5 can actually end up being Avengers Forever, a time-hop, multiverse-thrilling story that would allow characters to return to a curtain call. Of course, there is no confirmation of this at the time of writing, but keep in mind that there will continue to be reports that Chris Evans is expected to return as Steve Rogers, in a project that is not the recently confirmed Captain America 4. Playing with the timeline is one way to make it happen.