- The first episode of Loki hit Disney+ on June 9.
- One scene in particular completely upended the power scale in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- More MCU news and updates HERE.
The first episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest and highly-anticipated Disney+ series, Loki, has finally premiered on Disney+, and it took less than one episode for the show to completely reorganize the power structure within the franchise.
Warning: spoilers for the first episode of Loki will follow.
As Loki is giving the Time Variance Authority the run-around across their headquarters, he stumbles upon a drawer filled with Infinity Stones, previously considered to be the most powerful objects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And not only are they’re about a dozen of them, but they’re literally useless in the TVA, as most of the “staff” have been using them as paperweights.
And just like that, the power scale in the MCU was upended — a franchise that has spent more than a decade highlighting the importance of the Infinity Stones has now just declared their insignificance in the grand scheme of things.
— Post Cred Pod (@PostCredPod) June 9, 2021
// #loki spoilers !!
nat died for the soul stone only for the tva to have 3 in a desk drawer.. pic.twitter.com/w6fjXlLoAD
— nika ♡ ྀ (@scottlangfilm) June 9, 2021
you telling me natasha ain’t have to die?? they got those damn soul stones on lock like a pack of gum don’t be piss me awf i’m on y’all asses pic.twitter.com/LwycM2fm1I
— ও (@prettyblrd) June 9, 2021
nat died for the soul stone only for the tva to have four of them sitting in a dusty desktop drawer pic.twitter.com/ScZiJF0gqC
— ceo of kory anders (@koryverse) June 9, 2021
the tva just using extra infinity stones as paperweights when i had to watch nat and gamora sacrifice themselves for that soul stone pic.twitter.com/DhCQRKolxH
— M 🌙 (@m_bee4) June 9, 2021
Our full podcast recapping and reviewing the premiere episode of Loki will drop later today, so make sure to subscribe to the Post-Credit Podcast and check that out, as we’ll be breaking down every new episode of Loki right after they release on Wednesdays for the next five weeks.