Being special has its pros and cons and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you could be a threat or the one everyone wants to be an ally. In every universe, there is only one called as a nexus being, so, is Kang The Conqueror like that in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania?
What is a Nexus Being in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
So far, the concept of a Nexus Being is a rather new one in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but it is slowly being introduced into the franchise because it will play a bigger role for the future projects in the Multiverse Saga.
A nexus being is a rare individual who can have an effect on the probability of the future which could alter the Universal Time Stream or the future. Nexus beings are crucial to the coherence and stability of time itself. In every universe, there can only be one nexus being in existence.
So far, Scarlet Witch has been considered as a nexus being and it has been seen in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness that she is the one in the main timeline of the MCU. She has been written in the Darkhold, a prophecy that came to life.
From the same movie, America Chavez, being from another universe, is another possible nexus being but that is not yet confirmed because technically, there is no one like her in the entire multiverse, she has no variants to speak of which makes her extremely rare.
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Is Kang The Conqueror A Nexus Being in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania?
While there is no mention that Kang The Conqueror is a nexus being in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania, the very fact that he has been imprisoned in the Quantum Realm, a place beyond space and time, means that he is a threat to both space and time.
With Kang The Conqueror being a threat to the stability of time with what he does, conquering universes and affecting the realities, it only means one thing: Kang The Conqueror is a nexus being in his own universe!
This is strengthened by Jonathan Majors confirming that Kang The Conqueror is, indeed, a nexus being. Speaking with Gizmodo, Majors said, ""I think the quick answer to that is Kang is a time-traveling supervillain who is also a Nexus being, which leads to this idea of variants."
Majors added, "There are multiple versions of Kang. 'Versions' being 'variants.' They occupy different universes, multiverses, they have different intentions. They are all different beings."
Majors further explained, "Yet, something that we're still -- and I'm still -- working on, and continue to refine and refine and refine, is something that's a through line between them. And that, to me, is the Kang gene in a nutshell."