Kang has a Terrifying New Power in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
There are few villains as terrifying as him, and it appears as though Kang will have a terrifying new power in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
D23 this year was chalked full of incredible moments and highlights that explored just what incredible content is to come to the vast and evergrowing world of the Marvel Universe.
Whether it is updated in their video game endeavors, or expansions to the Avengers Campus Theme Parks, or just the Dinsey+ and theatrical releases incoming.
The MCU is at the height of its powers currently, and there is no denying the incredible weekend-long convention that they brought to their legion of loyal Marvel fans.
With so many projects on the ledger for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is one that is immensely interesting, and that is the project set to kick off Phase Five, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Not only will the protect feature the return of fan-favorite Avengers Scott Lang, but it will also feature the return of the menacing villain that fans first saw at the conclusion of Loki season one.
With footage of the film shown at D23, we now know that Kang will feature a terrifying new power in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumani.
The Direct reported what was shown in the D23 footage, and noted Kang speaking to Scott Lange and telling him to commit one heist for him; as there is something Kang wants that only Scott can get.
This occurs after fans are made aware that Kang is holding Cassie Lang captive, with Lange still resisting his proposal; which is where the horrific new power comes into play.
Direct reports, “This then results in him being violently slammed up against a wall with tremendous impact, all accomplished by a simple, effortless wave of Kang’s hand and his mind.”
They continued, “Since Kang was able to move Scott without ever laying a hand on the hero, it seems that the MCU’s version of this comic book villain possesses the power of telekinesis.”
One thing is absolutely certain if this is true; a telekinetic Kang the Conqueror just might be the most terrifying and imposing villain that Marvel has ever created.