Spoiler Warning: Significant plot points from Loki's first season ahead.
Not only did the Loki Season 1 finale confirm that we will indeed get a Season 2, but the conclusion set up endless possibilities for upcoming MCU movies ranging from Guardians of the Galaxy to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
But the entire season was also a bonanza of Easter eggs, many of them of the blink-and-you-miss-them variety. Vote up the most clever, consequential and yes... glorious finds.
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The Concept Of A Nexus Event Is First Mentioned In 'WandaVision' (Episode 1)
How about some Easter egg "crossover" action? It was actually Disney+'s first MCU-derived series Wandavision that first tipped us off to the significance of Nexus Events.Glorious find?
A-23 Is Reference To The Debut Of Ravonna Renslayer (Episodes 2 and 4)
Avengers #23 (1965) featured the first appearance of Ravonna Lexus Renslayer, so it's rather fitting that her badge number in Loki refers back to her deput in Marvel Comics.Glorious find?
The Fractured Universe Resembles The Kirby Krackle (Episode 6)
Created by Marvel legend Jack Kirby, the Kirby Krackle is a signature artistic convention to protray simmering energy.
Kirby Krackle! pic.twitter.com/j8MVs5HHxh— Jeremy Kirby (Grandson of Jack Kirby) (@jackkirbycomics) July 29, 2019Glorious find?
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Episode 6 Begins With Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter's Dance Song
As the iconic Marvel intro flips, music plays while famous catchphrases and quotes are played over the images of the heroes. The tune that is first heard was the song Steve and Peggy danced to at the end of Avengers: Endgame.Glorious find?