Ant Man and The Wasp Quantumania Post Credit Scene LeakAnt Man and The Wasp Quantumania Post Credit Scene Leak

In post credit of Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, appeared 3 characters, known as 4 other variants of Kang The Conqueror. Let’s see who they are with Rodiztee.

Loki (2021), the first season of the popular series, included Kang’s first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as He Who Remains, a variation of himself. Kang will appear in multiple different guises, and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (2025) is set to portray the time-traveler in all his splendor, according to the MCU.

We are shown at least two different incarnations of the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023): Robot Kang, Rama Tut, and Immortus. A third variation, Victor Timely, was also hinted at in the post-credits sequence. Immortus was teased in the middle of the credits. After almost rejecting the invitation to play the supervillain, Jonathan Majors, who played He Who Remains, resumed his role as Kang as the Conqueror in the film and has been performing it to near-perfection.

1. Robot Kang:

In the post-credits, a variant of Kang The Conqueror appears in the form of a robot. Very few images have been revealed about this character, but we can call him Robot Kang. He is most likely simply a squire for the main antagonists because it isn’t known about him and he isn’t often referenced in the comics.

2. Immortus:

Ant Man and The Wasp Immortus
Ant Man and The Wasp Immortus

By putting a halt to war and conflict on Earth-6311, Nathaniel Richards, a time traveler from Earth-616, made sure that the planet never had to experience the Dark Ages. Nathaniel Richard of Earth-6311, a purported descendant of this Nathaniel, traveled through time and space to take on the identity of Kang the Conqueror after taking on a variety of forms, including that of the Scarlet Centurion.

The Time Keepers have given Immortus, a Kang variation, the duty of pruning the Holy Timeline. Immortus utilizes diplomacy and negotiation to avert recurring tragedy, whereas the Time Keepers would prefer to take immediate action to protect the Timeline. He was tasked with killing Scarlet Witch after the Time Keepers determined that she was a nexus event, but he handled the situation with his customary cunning and temporal manipulation.

3. Rama Tut:

Rama-Tut was born in the 30th century as Nathaniel Richards, a distant ancestor of none other than Reed Richards, better known by his stage as Mr. Fantastic. This figure was a hero at the beginning. He had made the decision to alter the path of his destiny and refuse to become the evil he was destined to be after being visited by his alternate self, Kang the Conqueror. And it was at this point that he assumed the name, Iron Lad. Yet for obvious reasons, he eventually found his way back to his previous course and started living the life of a supervillain. At that point, he became attracted by the Fantastic Four and made the decision to turn against them. He eventually traveled to ancient Egypt using a time machine he had built and assumed the role of Emperor Rama-Tut. He assumed charge of the entire Kingdom. To blend in, he even made the time machine look like a Sphinx.

The Fantastic Four defeat Rama Tut in Marvel comics
The Fantastic Four defeat Rama Tut in Marvel comics

He evolved into something of a deity among the people of Egypt. The populace built sculptures of him and paid homage to Rama-Tut. Even the ancient deities he served were rejected by them. Rama-Tut and Khonshu, the Egyptian moon god, fought each other in this manner. The same Khonshu controls Moon Knight and commands him to carry out his commands. Rama-Tut even engaged in combat with the Avengers, who were assisting Khonshu in driving him out of Egypt. He eventually came across the Fantastic Four, who had traveled across time to obtain a unique radioactive herb. The Fantastic Four became his slaves, which ultimately led to his downfall. The Fantastic Four and Doctor Strange in his astral form were able to vanquish Rama-Tut with the help of Khonshu.

4. Victor Timely:

Victor Timely Kang Variant In MCU
Victor Timely Kang Variant In MCU

The time-traveling supervillain Kang the Conqueror battles the Avengers in the original comics when he arrives in modern Washington, D.C. He loses after a protracted battle, but he comes up with a new scheme to rule the globe.
Kang travels back to Wisconsin in 1901 and assumes the identity of Victor Timely. Kang founds the town of Timely and appoints himself mayor. Also, he founds Timely Industries, a business that specializes in robotics and other cutting-edge technology. Kang quietly builds up his might from his base in Wisconsin in an effort to battle the Avengers once more in the present.

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