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How Many Times Did Avengers Got Killed By Kang?

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer was shown at the San Diego Comic-Con. It was a closed event, for which only limited people were allowed to see it. 

There are still a lot of fans who haven’t seen it but have heard of it. But, still, some hints have been plotted about the presence and terror of Kang to be introduced in the movie.

Did Kang Kill The Avengers?


Kang-Fighting-Avengers

Kang is going to be the ruthless time-traveling villain of all time. Avengers have never faced such a threat in the entire MCU timeline. And with Tony Stark and Captain America gone, Avengers needs a good captain and a brilliant futurist. 

In a recently discussed trailer clip, Kang asked Ant-Man, “Are you an Avenger? Have I killed you before?”

This is the line that did make things crazy. People will fall off their seats when the trailer is released. 

It probably means that Kang has killed Avengers endless times in many timelines and universes. He has enjoyed killing the Avengers so much that he is unaware of the count and identification of the Avengers he has killed. 

It is a dark portrayal of how powerful Kang is. And this is probably why he is named Kang The Conqueror. 

There Are Many Variants Of Kang!

 

He Who Remains and Kang the Conqueror-

From Loki, we are now aware of the plot that there are many variants of Kang The Conqueror, and the one who held off all of them from destroying the unified timeline was killed by Sylvie. 

Avengers: Kang Dynasty, the name itself reveals that there will be a bunch of Kangs coming all together to fight the new Avengers. The Kang that has killed so many Avengers in different timelines will be confident to take on the Avengers on the real MCU timeline. 

And it will be interesting to see what alternative Avengers find to beat Kang.

P.S. Doctor Strange can’t go to the future anymore to see possible outcomes of the coming conflict. He doesn’t have the time-stone anymore. 

Before this interesting battle, we will glimpse Kang’s power and authority over time in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.