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It appears to be a T206 Honus Wagner baseball card (or perhaps a reissue/reprint/variation). It is an incredibly rare baseball card, with only an estimated 60 still in existence. They're considered one of the most valuable (and most famous) baseball cards in the world, with some cards having been sold in auctions for millions of dollars ($5.2 million!). The ...


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WandaVision down to its bare roots is a show about Wanda overcoming the grief, loss and trauma she has suffered her whole life. She lost her parents at a very young age, then lost her twin brother, her only other family in the world. Not long after that she gets a new family but that is ripped apart with them at each others throats. She then loses Vision, ...


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Let’s go through all of your points: This isn’t much of an advantage, they know where all of the Stones are at various points anyway when they are less guarded and so easier to take. As per the above they know exact times and places anyway so this isn’t really an advantage. He may have been weakened but Thanos is still an incredible foe, and in IW he’s ...


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The actress playing that character is Sophia Di Martino. In the official credits for Loki S01E02, she's listed as playing "The Variant." Within the episode, the character is repeatedly described as a variant of Hiddleston's Loki: Mobius: Here's the deal. When we get out on the branch, we're not just looking for a Time Criminal. We're looking for ...


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It would defeat the point of the show. The show is essentially about Wanda going through the five stages of grief. Stage 1: Denial... In the first episodes you can see how Wanda acts like it is all normal, she pretends that everything is fine... that Vision is alive and that she has a happy life... while we all (including her) know that it's a lie. Stage 2: ...


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This is only answered in the (unfortunately) non-canonical novel, Thanos: Titan Consumed. The summary of events is in this Screen Rant article. Thanos, after realising that attacking individual worlds was too slow he begins searching for Infinity Stones again: This quest took Thanos to a doomed system that had been obliterated millennia ago, where he sought ...


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She is, as confirmed by Tom Hiddleston, a variant of Loki. Can you talk about working with Sophia Di Martino? Since she’s playing essentially a version of you, is there anything she borrows from your portrayal, and what are the odds that there’s some kind of deeper relationship between you two? Because I feel like it would be pretty interesting if the one ...


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Yes, Jac Schaeffer, the showrunner for WandaVision, has confirmed that Wanda was astral projecting in that scene. "I love the duality of it. I love the real Wanda, sitting on her porch, making a cup of tea, doing her ruminating and reflecting," Schaeffer says. "And the super-lady in the back room who is astral-projecting and functioning at a ...


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This Vision was created at the same time as the Hex and as is the same as with the boys he has been tied into its fabric. He simply cannot exist outside of it without breaking down. Agnes explains this briefly when talking about the boys. Agnes: Now, do you see? You tied your family to this twisted world, and now one can't exist without the other. ...


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Kate Herron, the director for Loki, has spoken rather at length as to why they went with the aesthetic they did... mostly in out of universe terms: You mentioned the British influence, and that's really strong in some of the TVA design. I just want to get an idea of what you drew on for the inspirations of bureaucracy and the actual visual aspect of it. ...


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There isn't only one timeline, and this is something that I think a lot of people aren't understanding. Time is still variable, at any point in time people can do any number of things. However, the TVA exist to set time to what the Time-Keepers deem it should be. That means that if someone veers off the set course as deemed by the Time-Keepers those Variants ...


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It's Latin. Note that Loki and Mobius were in Pompeii in 79 AD, at which time, Latin was the predominant language in that region. Also, the first sentence he speaks in the scene in question is... Mihi nomen est Loki. ... which translates from Latin to English as "My name is Loki." And, for what it's worth, ...


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First off lets just think about whether or not Loki was trying to fight the human. Remember he's trying to talk to the other Loki properly. Perhaps the Variant was testing Loki to see if he wanted an all out fight or actually wanted to talk. The both of them are testing each other and trying to get the measure of one another. Loki clearly wants to talk to ...


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Tony knows he is going to die, and also knows that is the only way to end the game. ;) He understands this when he looks at Doctor Strange. He realises that this is the only one possible winning scenario Doctor Strange saw when he travelled to the future 4 million times. And he realises that Doctor Strange gave up the time stone to save his life because Tony ...


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Loki is physically there. He's travelled to Earth to speak to Thor (by commanding Heimdall to transport him by Bifrost), noting that his next stop is to go visit Laufey on Jotunheim, then return (again, by Bifrost) to Asgard. He does, however, use his magic to conceal himself as he moves around the compound. 90 EXT. CRATER - NIGHT 90 Agents and Scientists ...


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Time travel in the MCU does NOT change the past. Rather the traveller is visiting a duplicate timeline's present - which can go forward with alternative events. Thus resulting in multiple universes. Given that fact. Fighting Thanos to stop a snap doesn't solve the Avengers' goal of obtaining the stones to do something in their own universe. It's possible ...


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One important thing to keep in mind is that a creator simply cannot make a story that exists out of time. For instance, take a look at this scene from the trailer: MOBIUS: Loki, I’ve studied every moment of your entire life. You’ve literally stabbed people in the back, like, 50 times. LOKI: Well, I'll never do it again! Loki says his line AFTER Mobius says ...


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The 'Sacred Timeline' doesn't exclude the possibility of multiple versions of the same person overlapping due to time travel. It is essentially a single set of events and outcomes approved by the TVA which can include time-travelling events. This is explained in episode 1 when Loki questions why The Avengers were allowed to travel through time. When they did,...


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Think about it from a risk standpoint. Although using the most advanced and powerful weapons would definitely make neutralizing the variant easier, it could cause extreme damage in certain scenarios. Scenario One: The weapons are too powerful. Let’s say the TVA decide to use a futuristic alien weapon. Although it might destroy the variant, there is an ...


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No, this is actually made somewhat explicit in the new Disney+ series Loki. In it a variant Loki is captured by the TVA and he tells them that he wants to rule Earth because it’s what he is owed. He wants to rule Asgard as well but as he was born to be a king he just wants to rule anywhere. Mobius: Should you return, what are you gonna do? Loki: Finish what ...


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The TVA is perfectly equipped for their primary function "Better" is a bad word to use to describe more destructive firepower. Their technology and weaponry appear to be well - if not perfectly - suited for policing and restoring the timeline. A few key points to consider that affect what equipment and manpower are appropriate: The TVA believes ...


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Latin (with a very English/Cambridge accent).


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It's possible she did


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According to a comment by TheLethalCarrot, here are a few of the items that were found in the drawer: coiled engine head TVA tag with "evidence", other words indecipherable woven plate with 80s candy handle of something, wooden, with golden hardware another TVA tag red coil of some kind White frame serving as a plate for items properly tagged ...


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I've done a lot of scaling, and am actually responsible for the size chart which lists the Quinjet as 16.5 meters long. After comparing the Quinjet to such things as an Aircraft Carrier runway, people standing near it. I've found the Quinjet to be ~18 meters long, give or take a meter. Additionally, this thread which lists the Quinjet's length as 12.3 meters ...


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