The TVA out of Marvel’s new Disney+ series Loki arrests Peter Parker in new Spider-Man: No Way Home fan-art. Tom Hiddleston’s ongoing series sees the God of Mischief functioning, albeit begrudgingly, with Agent Mobius M. Mobius from the Time Variance Authority. Despite being recently introduced into the MCU, the company has seemingly been in existence for a very long time, determining what happens in the Sacred Timeline and ensuring it stays on course.
Marvel Studios is expected to set the multiverse throughout Phase 4, with Doctor Strange from the Multiverse of Madness tipped to address it. WandaVision was expected to lay the foundations for the idea, however, in the end, the inaugural MCU TV show was a more character-driven effort concentrated on Witch’s despair and injury. Now, Loki is more specifically setting it up because of the end of episode two wherein the Sacred Timeline is bombed, making multiple branches. Jon Watts’ forthcoming Spider: Man: No Way Home can also be expected to factor in the franchise attempts to introduce the idea of the Multiverse, together with the film rumored for a live-action variant of the SpiderVerse.
Given this, there are an expectation that Peter Parker himself will probably be traveling in a variety of dimensions, and according to Loki, though this doesn’t match what the Timekeepers have determined, he can be detained by the TVA. Inspired by the God of Mischief’s expertise in his continuing show, electronic creator spdrmnkyxxiii imagines what it could be like when Spider-Man is also caught by the Time Variance Authority. Check it out below:
The two Marvel Studios and Sony have remained tight-lipped about Spider-Man: No Way Home. Aside from the affirmation of the title alongside the release of the first pictures, nothing officially has come out to the movie. There have been persistent rumors, nevertheless, that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will probably be appearing in the movie, as visualized in the above-mentioned fan-art. Alfred Molina already verified that he’s coming as Doc Ock, additional lending credence to the thought that the threequel will involve Sony’s previous efforts at making a franchise centered around the Marvel hero.
The question, nevertheless, is what state the TVA is going to be in if the events of Loki are finished. As it is, the God of Mischief has contested the organization’s founders, the Timekeepers, and it’s not outside the realm of possibility that the trickster is on to something, particularly since Mobius couldn’t even answer the simplest questions. So by the time the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home takes place, that the Timekeepers might no longer exist.