Who is He Who Remains supposed to be?

Who is He Who Remains supposed to be?

He Who Remains in the comics is the last director of the Time Variance Authority in the Citadel at the End of Time. The “end of time” is merely the end of one iteration of the universe, before the next one begins. He Who Remains created the Time-Twisters and the Time-Keepers with the goal of teaching the next universe.

Is Kang and He Who Remains the same?

However, Kang the Conqueror as seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is not the same as He Who Remains, instead being a multiversal variant of the latter.

Who is the one that remains in Loki?

Character information He Who Remains is a Marvel Comics character and the main antagonist of the first season of the Loki series. He is a Variant of Kang and is the one behind the Time Variance Authority. He Who Remains was created by Len Wein, Joe Sinnott and John Buscema.

What is the meaning of He Who Remains?

He Who Remains, then, is the person who controls and maintains one isolated ‘Sacred’ timeline. Without him keeping things in check, timelines and universes can branch off, collide, and cause untold levels of chaos as Variants interact and worlds diverge.

Is Kang more powerful than Thanos?

Disney+’s Loki introduced Kang the Conqueror as the next major villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he may be even more powerful than Thanos.

How did Kang become He Who Remains?

At some point in his long life, Kang gives up his name and his empire to instead forge an alliance with an advanced alien race known as the Time-Keepers. In exchange for true immortality, Kang agrees to preserve the timeline and ensure the Time-Keepers’ rise to power. At that point he becomes Immortus.