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Tribal Warfare 04:33 AM 12-11-2020

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listopencil 02:23 AM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by Jamie:
Right, but my understanding is that the TVA exists outside of that (or any) timestream, and is therefore not part of it.

This is verging on speculation on my part, but if the TVA really exists outside of time, then there wouldn't be real linear time there. There would be no before or after. The experience of linear time within the TVA would have to be artificial, or an illusion. And if there isn't really any before, you can change the past, because it's not really the past. Mobius did say time works differently in the TVA.
OK, I get you. In the TVA there would be no branching but rather a more conventional timeline with malleable cause and effect.
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Bowser 02:51 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by Bowser:
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Originally Posted by Bowser:
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I feel there are infinite TVA's along with the infinite multiverses (or at least a set number of TVA's after the first multiversal war), and the job of the TVA is to keep new multiverses spawning out of "their" specific reality and not adding to the mix, whether they knew that was their job or not. Part of the cease fire agreement between the various Kang's, maybe?
https://youtu.be/d07-XCIpBVQ

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Valiant 09:53 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by listopencil:
The timeline was shown as branching at the end though. That an MCU hallmark. The idea that nexus events create alternate universes rather than having one time stream that gets reshaped.
I think the rules apply. But the Tva zaps them to correct them and creates the variants.

The ending starts the multiverse war. I assume dr strange finds him in another universe and brings him back in spiderman or dr strange movie.

He comes into help later on.
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Chiefspants 10:40 PM 07-17-2021
This finale has aged like wine for me. It felt like some of my favorite Q episodes from TNG. Can't wait to see Spider-man in December.
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BigRedChief 07:57 AM 07-22-2021
After Loki scored the best series premiere for Disney+ and the Marvel Cinematic Universe over five days with 2.5 million households, Samba TV reported Monday that the trickster’s season finale — Episode 6, “For All Time. Always” — pulled in 1.9 million U.S. households from July 14-18.

That beats both the season finales of Disney+/Marvel’s WandaVision (1.4M U.S. HHs in its first five days) and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (1.7M U.S. HHs).
Loki‘s season finale also repped a five-day high in the UK (300K HHs), Germany (96K HHs) and Australia (12K HHs) for a Disney+/MCU series, outstripping the Season 1 endings of WandaVision (UK 209K, Germany 42K, Australia 7K) and Falcon and the Winter Soldier (UK 254K, Germany 78K, Australia 10K) measured over their respective series.

Samba TV also reports that the Loki season-finale audience skewed younger (54 and younger) and Caucasian (+5%). Of the top 25 largest DMAs in the U.S., Portland, OR over-indexed the most (+44%), followed by Seattle (+18%) and Phoenix (+10%). In the UK, the South East over-indexed the most (+21%), followed by Wales (+12%). And in Germany, Schleswig-Holstein over-indexed the most (+18%), followed by Berlin (+17%) for Loki.
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Tribal Warfare 09:40 PM 07-22-2021
Originally Posted by Valiant:
I think the rules apply. But the Tva zaps them to correct them and creates the variants.

The ending starts the multiverse war. I assume dr strange finds him in another universe and brings him back in spiderman or dr strange movie.

He comes into help later on.
IMO, that's why Spider-Man No Way Home will be a 2 part movie concluding with Sam Raimi's Dr Strange into the Multiverse.
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DaneMcCloud 10:00 PM 07-22-2021
Originally Posted by Valiant:
I think the rules apply. But the Tva zaps them to correct them and creates the variants.

The ending starts the multiverse war. I assume dr strange finds him in another universe and brings him back in spiderman or dr strange movie.

He comes into help later on.
He Who Remains said "See you again soon!" just before Sylvie killed him (which also makes me think he was lying when he said that he didn't know what comes next), so the universe, or multiverse, is on an infinite time loop.

I guess this time will be different...?
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listopencil 04:19 AM 07-23-2021
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
He Who Remains said "See you again soon!" just before Sylvie killed him (which also makes me think he was lying when he said that he didn't know what comes next), so the universe, or multiverse, is on an infinite time loop.

I guess this time will be different...?
I took that to mean that another version of Him would just take his place.
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Indian Chief 12:20 PM 07-23-2021
Just watched the entirety of Loki this week. I have to say, my initial reaction is that it's one of my favorite Marvel productions in the last few years, including movies.
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DaneMcCloud 12:24 PM 07-23-2021
Originally Posted by listopencil:
I took that to mean that another version of Him would just take his place.
If time is a flat circle, everything is destined to repeat, which is what I took from that line.

:-)
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DaneMcCloud 12:26 PM 07-23-2021
FYI, Avengers Assembled: Loki is now available for streaming.

It's a nice look at the production, with Tom Hiddleston narrating most of the 64 minute episode.

I don't think it was as insightful as the AA: WandaVision episode but I'd say it's a must for all fans of Loki the character.
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