In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, anything is possible that even the slightest emotion on one's face might mean something. As for Loki, it sets up Blade's arrival in a way that no one could ever imagine that the stage is already there for him to step on. The much-awaited film of Blade is on the slate of the fourth phase.
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Loki Episode 4, The Nexus Event, tons of revelations and surprises that to have it all in one go will definitely make everyone want to have more. In one specific scene where Mobius asked Hunter B-15 about the condition of Sylvie when Mobius said, "You know, we've brought in Kree, Titans, Vampires... Why is it the two orphaned demigods are such a pain in the ass?"
In just one word, vampires are officially made canon in the MCU and that only means that the arrival of the daywalker, Blade, has been set up by Loki just like that.
Blade is one of the many films in the roster of the MCU for Phase 4 and it has been much-awaited as Mahershala Ali will be portraying the role and they even scored the first Black female scribe to ever write for a Marvel film, Stacy Osei-Kuffour, The film has no release date yet but it has been pushed back to 2023.
A half-human, half-vampire from his tragic birth, Eric Brooks, or more commonly known as Blade, has supernatural abilities of immunity to vampire bites and longer lifespan due to his regenerative healing. Blade also developed super strength and agility from his vampiric origins.
Orphaned at a very young age, Blade spent his waking years in revenge for his mother, Tara Brooks, who has been killed by vampires which led him to master his own fighting style to combat monsters of every kind.
In just a few seconds, Marvel was able to make vampires canon. Really, with Marvel, nothing is subtle!
Loki Episode 4 is currently on Disney Plus.
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