Loki First Look Teases Time Variance Authority's Debut

Credit: Marvel Entertainment

Credit: Marvel Entertainment

Marvel finally released a new teaser for their upcoming Disney+ series that gave the fans a first look at The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki. While there were only a few seconds of footage for Tom Hiddleston's upcoming show, it revealed a huge hint on what's to come in the series.

In the spot, Loki is seen wearing (what seems to be) prison garb while he talks to someone off-screen, saying, "I'm going to burn this place to the ground." The uniform that the god of mischief was wearing has a logo on the left side of his shirt with the letters "TVA," a classic organization from the pages of the Marvel comics.

TVA stands for Time Variance Authority, a group that monitors multiple realities in the multiverse. They keep an eye on what happens to every reality that exists, which means that they are also keeping tabs on those who try to manipulate or alter events in a specific timeline. Having the group on the show could mean that Loki was likely captured by them at some point in his misadventures.

The TVA's presence in the series would also make sense since Loki producer Stephen Broussard has previously revealed that the show will have a "huge time travel component," and a "man on the run quality." From the looks of it, Loki might be running away from the TVA amongst other people he might have encountered in the process.

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Loki is set for release in the Spring of 2021 on Disney+.

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