The Loki episode 4 post-credits scene is the first in the series and so some viewers may actually skip the crucial true ending. It’s a big one, too, as it reveals the fate of Loki. Readers should expect spoilers as they scroll on down and discover what the Loki episode 4 post-credits scene means for the Loki variants and what will happen in episode 5.
What does the Loki episode 4 post-credits scene mean?
In the Loki episode 4 post-credits scene, the recently-pruned Loki arrives at what appears to be a post-apocalyptic New York City. He is met by various Loki variants, which include: Old Loki, Kid Loki, Crocodile Loki, and Loki wielding Mjolnir (“Thor Loki”).
It’s a huge reveal as not only has Loki seemingly survived being pruned by Renslayer, but he has also now been grouped up with a number of variants.
- Old Loki is being played by Richard E. Grant.
- Kid Loki is being played by Jack Veal.
- Deobia Oparei is playing “Thor Loki” or the Loki wielding Mjolnir.
It’s Loki overload at the end of episode 4. In a way, it’s reminiscent of the Avengers team-up sequence, though all about Loki!
The Loki variants have actually been spotted in an earlier trailer, a screenshot of which can be found below. You can see Deobia Oparei laying the smackdown in a fight.
It’s not clear where things will go from here, but the other Loki variants seem to have a plan.
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