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Marvel Studios: Gamora responsible for the arrival of Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man 3?


Strolling through a timeline she shouldn’t be in, Gamora could be responsible for Kang the Conqueror’s arrival in Ant-Man 3.

Events in Avengers: Endgame totally changed Gamora’s story. Indeed, initially sacrificed on Vormir by her father Thanos, the 2014 Gamora finally returned to the 2023 timeline in Endgame (five years later Infinity war) alongside previous versions of Thanos and his sister Nebula. If this plot is not necessarily easy to detect, what should be remembered above all is that Gamora still exists in a post-Thanos world and that no one currently knows where she is. The ex-murderer escaped after the Avengers’ battle with Thanos, claiming Iron Man’s life. While it’s unclear whether the 2014 Gamora will decide to side with the bad guys or the good guys in Phase 4 of the MCU, her presence outside of the current timeline shouldn’t appeal to Kang the Conqueror. Also nicknamed the master of time, this comic book character Marvel is expected in Ant-Man 3 as the main antagonist in the story.

Kang the Conqueror – Credit (s): mcu

We do not yet know how Kang the Conqueror will be introduced to theAnt-Man 3, but if he learns that an individual has defrauded the laws of chronology, he will certainly go looking for him. Will he want to eliminate her or use her to get information about the Avengers? Indeed, the supervillain will certainly be very upset to know that other people now know some secrets related to time travel. Kang could seek to kill Ant-Man but also all those who have dared to touch his chosen field. This intrigue would then be the beginning of a new long-lasting affront … We warned you: Kang the Conqueror is even worse than Thanos! Faced with a villain like this, we hope that Cassie Lang (Kathryn Newton) will lend a hand to her father in Ant-Man 3.

Credit: Screen Rant



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