Who is the woman at the end of the second episode of Loki?
After much teasing as the other Loki variant took over one body after another, the episode ends with the revelation that the fugitive is female (Sophia Di Martino).
Who is the hooded figure at the end of Loki?
Just as many fans suspected, episode 2 of Loki revealed that the mysterious hooded figure who has been preying on TVA agents, assumed to be a Loki variant, is actually a woman (Sophia Di Martino), assumed to be Lady Loki, a female version of the character from the comics.
What does the ending in Loki mean?
What does ‘Loki’ season finale ending mean? It’s a clear indication that Loki has shown up in a different timeline than where he had been before. He’s now in a timeline where He Who Remains rules the entire TVA by himself without the illusion of the Time Keepers. It’s also a timeline where Mobius never met Loki.
Is Loki and Sylvie the same person?
Technically, Loki and Sylvie aren’t brother and sister, but different versions of the same person. Some have labeled this “self-cest” (just check Twitter). Thankfully, Kate Herron, director of all six episodes of the first season (a second is in development), has stepped in to clear the air.