Loki Series to Reportedly Introduce MCU's First Transgender Character

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While some details are still kept under wraps about the Loki series, there has already been a report that got around in the past week with regards to a Marvel character who'll be making a potential appearance in the Disney+ show. And now, it looks like another one will be making its way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


A new report from The Illuminerdi says the studio is planning to introduce the character Sera in the first season of the series. The outlet claims the role will be a major supporting character. Aside from making an appearance on the show, Sera would potentially be in future Marvel movies as well. If this report is confirmed, Sera will be the first transgender character to appear in a major role in the MCU.

Sera belongs to a small group of male, wingless Angels called the Anchronites who were kept in a temple at Heven. Sera is the only one of the group who identifies as a woman. The potential appearance in the show isn't surprising, given her connection with the God of Mischief. In the comics, Sera is in a relationship with Angela, Odin's daughter, which obviously means she's linked to Thor's half-sister, and Loki's adoptive sister.

The introduction of Sera to the show will be a really cool addition and will surely get fans hyped to see the live-action version of the character.

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

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