Eric Martin, the writer of Loki series debunked a fan-favorite theory ahead of the Marvel show’s final episode on Wednesday (July 14). Loki is known to be set after the events of Avengers: End Game following from the WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The Loki show has successfully concreted the idea of a multiverse within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The fans also got to know multiple variants of Tom Hiddleston’s titular God of Mischief.

A female variant was introduced at first who was plucked from Asgard by the Time Variance Authority when she was just a child, and she has been hiding out in apocalypses ever since, the name of the female variant was disclosed to be Sylvie (played by Sophia Di Martino). Later on, some other variants were introduced as well such as: Kid Loki (played by Jack Veal), Boastful Loki (played by DeObia Oparei), Classic Loki (played by Richard E. Grant). Even the President Loki variant (played by Hiddleston) and Alligator Loki variant were introduced in the series too.

Marvel Studios Canada posted a tweet which is now deleted, but the fans were quick to respond to it and it definitely grabbed a lot of attention. The tweet suggested that TVA soldier Hunter B-15 (Lovecraft Country’s Wunmi Mosaku) wasn’t as she appeared as well, uploading an image of her alongside Boastful Loki and Alligator Loki and writing: “Ladies and gentlemen… The Lokis.”

The showrunner Kate Herron shared the original post and joked: “I did not know this was #HunterB15 past. Another twist!”

“Also, in case it isn’t clear, I’m 100% joking,” she clarified in a follow-up tweet.

“I don’t think all of these are Lokis…” Martin quickly replied.

The last time we saw Hunter B-15 with Judge Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) briefly attempting to interrogate her to little success in the Time Variance Authority headquarters after going rogue. Hunter B-15 is not a character from the original Marvel comic books, so fans will be watching closely for clues about her fate in the Loki series finale.

It was not long ago, when Sophia Di Martino opened up about her favorite fan theory – a theory that concerns the postman her character Sylvie claimed she’s in a long distance relationship with in Loki’s third episode.

“She’s being sarcastic basically, but there’s been a whole theory about who this Postman might be and where he is, and if he’s going to make an appearance,” the Flowers actor told Entertainment Tonight.

“That’s the theory that I’m really enjoying.”

Loki episode six will be streaming exclusively on Disney Plus from Wednesday 14th July. 


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