A character regularly found on MCU’s Loki TV series has alien variants than Kang the Conqueror in the overall Marvel universe.
The Avengers villain Kang Conquer has become a household name thanks to his unofficial introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Loki at Disney +. Throughout the series, fans were treated to an entire pantheon of Loki variants, not to mention an abundance of different times and worlds to explore along with the show’s colorful cast of characters. While the show teased the terrible multi-war between Kang and his variants and showed what happens when Loki variants collide, these two are not the only Marvel characters with variants.
While there are deeply weird versions of Loki and Kang throughout the multiverse, none have been as wildly strange as the various incarnations of Ravonna Renslayer seen throughout the Marvel Multiverse.
Ravonna Renslayer – Terminatrix
The first Ravonna Renslayer was introduced in the 1965s Avengers # 23 by Stan Lee and Don Heck and was the daughter of King Carelius who ruled in the 40th century. This was the only kingdom left on Earth at the time that Kang had refused to conquer because he had romantic feelings for the princess.
When Ravonna rejected his progress, Kang manipulated the Avengers to fight with him in an attempt to show her his true power. Unfortunately, it did not go as planned, and Ravonna would have been killed if Kang had not kept her body still before she could be healed. When Ravonna was later restored, she learned about the conqueror’s manipulations and embarked on a quest for revenge that would eventually see her become Terminatrix.
Princess Ravonna Renslayer’s first variant
When Kang went back in time to save Ravonna from her first grim fate, he created a divergent timeline in which he was instead hit by the explosion that would have threatened her life. This version of Ravonna would ally with Immortal, one of Kang’s other versions of himself, and together they would hit back at Prime Kang in the 1986s Avengers # 267 by Roger Stern and John Buscema.
After these events, Ravonna and Immortus would spend a long, loving life together within Limbo before peacefully merging with a variety of variants.
The Ravonna, which would become Revelation, first appeared in the 1993s Avengers: The Terminatrix Objective # 1 by Mark Gruenwald and Mike Gustovich. Like the primary Ravonna, Revelation was offered a chance to rule by Kang’s side, but unlike the others, she actually accepted his proposal.
Together, she and Kang ruled a large empire through time and even had a son together, whom they called Marcus. After her husband’s death, Revelation took the reins of the empire alone and waged war against the forces of TVA and the dreaded Alioth.
Grand Master Ravonna Renslayer
This version of Ravonna was only briefly seen along with several variants during The purpose of Terminatrix after they had all been brought together by older and ailing Immortus. He had hoped that one of these variants would undertake to end the life of the Ravonna he had spent the years getting old with, as her last wish was to die by his side.
Looks like the oldest in the universe known as Grandmaster, there are plenty of assumptions to be made about this particular variant, though few if any of them can possibly be confirmed.
Judge Renslayer of the MCU
Finally, Ravonna Renslayer from MCU and the latest iteration of the character stand tall as the most prominent judge in the Time Variance Authority. This nonsense bureaucrat has made it her sole purpose to protect the sacred timeline and maintain the will of Timers.
Of all the grades on Loki who crosses the line between good and evil, no one does it as well as Judge Ravonna Renslayer. Not even the disturbing truth about her existence can weaken her from her duties in the organization, and it can just make her the most dangerous version of the character yet.
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