'Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania' Mid Credit Scene Explained
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‘Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania’ Mid Credit Scene Explained

Ant-man 3’s Mid Credit Scene Is One Of The Most Remarkable In A Long Time. So Let Us Discuss About It.

By Amitabh Mukherji
February 17,2023

The third – and perhaps final – Ant-Man film is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. It’s also Scott Lang’s darkest venture to date, if not his best, judging by Rotten Tomato’s review. Numerous critics have claimed that the film focuses more on the world-building and fanservice of the MCU than on the plot of Ant-Man.

Quantumania is in cinemas, and as you may know, there are Marvel’s signature two credits scenes – one in the middle and one at the very end. But what distinguishes Ant-Man 3 apart is that its mid credit scene is one of the most remarkable in a long time. So let us discuss about it.

A Lot Of Me

Kang Variants

To really understand the first credits scene, one must first watch the film. Kang repeatedly explains in the film that he has been banished to the quantum realm. Since he can see and traverse time and space, this is the only place he can stay. This raises a few questions. Who put him there? & Why?

Kang has travelled to the end of time and witnessed how everything ends. He doesn’t go into detail, but he concludes with “a lot of me.” This supposedly didn’t please Kang. He’s a unique being who wants to be the most dominant Kang, so armed with the knowledge of the truth, he began roaming the multiverse destroying dynasties, Avengers, and universes through incursions. It’s unclear what he wanted to achieve with this, other than anarchy, but we know what happened afterwards. He irritated the other Kangs, who were part of a larger plan he was trying to derail.

The Council Of Kangs

The Council Of Kangs

The Council Of Kangs

A series of characters, all played by Jonathan Majors, talk about Kang the Conqueror in the stands of a huge stadium.
Those familiar with the history of comics will recognize Rama-Tut,Centurion and Immortus, three early forms of the character who are upset that Ant-Man and Wasp destroyed their Prime Kang variant.

They meet to consider the news that Kang the Conqueror, whom they exiled to the Quantum Realm, is no longer alive. This is significant. Kangs don’t just die, especially powerful Kangs like this. The person who murdered him, on the other hand, is a bigger problem. A living being. An avenger. And with the information that humanity and the Avengers are gradually learning and using to navigate the multiverse that the Kangs believe they control, they claim they need to evolve their timeline. Unfortunately, we don’t know for what, but we do know that the trio is calling every Kang in the multiverse together for a discussion.

This is the “a lot of me’s” that Kang the Conqueror has already mentioned, and who are referred to in the comics as the “Council of Kangs” – beings who want to take over the rest of the universe to, we believe, establish a “Kang Dynasty” This is our first look at the threat facing the MCU in the multiverse saga.

The Three Kang Variants

Rama Tut

Rama Tut

The first tyrannical variant of Kang is Pharaoh Rama-Tut. In Marvel Comics, Kang was dissatisfied with his future life and travelled to ancient Egypt. There he used modern technology to become Pharaoh and rule over the inhabitants of the land. Rama-Tut was eventually defeated by the time-travelling Avengers and other Marvel heroes. Leading Kang to further adventures in the past under different guises.

Immortus, another variant of Kang, is also seen. Since his intentions of conquest have failed time and again, Kang decides to return to ancient Egypt after his former self has already fled. This time, Kang rules honestly and discovers the goal he was looking for. As a result, Kang uses his genius knowledge and powers to fight his evil conqueror variant.

In the end- credits scenes also feature a high-tech version of Kang that could be Scarlet Centurion.
Scarlet Centurion is a variant of Kang who fights in battle armor and uses technology to destroy the heroes who drove him out of ancient Egypt.

What Does It Mean For The Future ?

Avengers Kang Dynasty

Avengers Kang Dynasty

When the Council of Kangs gathers a swarm of Kangs to attack reality, Earth’s mightiest heroes must band together.
As enigmatic as Kang’s story is, it’s obvious that Kang’s presence has greatly amplified the consequences in the MCU.




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