Jonathan Majors Voiced the Time-Keepers
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, it was revealed that Jonathan Majors didn’t make his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in the season finale of Loki. But he actually made his MCU debut two episodes earlier, when he appeared as the voice behind the Time-Keepers!
The Time-Keepers Speak!
It makes a lot of sense for Majors to voice the Time-Keepers, the trio of entities who are supposedly the head of the Time Variance Authority (but who turn out to be phony robot stooges when Sylvie decapitates one of them in the antepenultimate episode of Loki’s first season).
Obviously, this is a real “Wizard of Oz” type situation, as it turns out that while the trio of Time-Keepers may nominally be the head of the TVA, the real power lies with He Who Remains, the Variant who we meet in the final episode of season one of Loki.
At the end of the episode, Sylive kills He Who Remains… but that just seems to herald the arrival of Kang the Conqueror, a Variant of He Who Remains who is going to be playing the antagonistic role in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Back in early July, Marvel Blog reported on Majors making a visit to Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles, California, where he posed with a copy of an Avengers issue featuring Kang the Conqueror.
And then there was the variant by Peach Momoko for issue #1 of Kang the Conqueror, featuring the three Time-Keepers… You know what? I guess they are kind of Kang variants, aren’t they, Marvel Blog True Believers?
Time’s up: Kang’s here
What did you think of the performance Majors delivered as He Who Remains… or the performances he delivered as the three Time-Keepers? What do you think he will be like when he goes all-out Kang?
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