The last Kangs that he had been holding at bay through the sacred timeline are now free, and we can expect to see a lot more of them in the second season, if rumors are true.
After industry insider Daniel Richtman told Loki season two, new rumors have surfaced about which Kang variations will be shown, and that "Jonathan Majors recently shot more scenes as a Kang variant."
There will be a lot of attention to time throughout the season, much like in the previous season, and with that said, Richtman revealed on his Patreon that, in general, they would not have a lot of trouble.
One user questioned whether this Kang might be Victor Timely, a Kang from the comics, according to The Direct, while Richtman replied, "I don't know [if] it's him for sure, but it's likely him."
Victor Timely is a variant of Nathaniel Richards or "Prime Kang" of Earth-6311, who travelled back in time and established a town called Timely, adopting the pseudonym Victor Timely. The town served as his base as he set to change the course of time, and was also the entranceway to Chronopolis, his former home town.
This is a place that fans believe has been teased in the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer, which might serve as a bridge between past and future.
If this is the case and Loki meets this version of Kang, Victor Timely, what is the inventor's intention to affect time? We know that we meet Loki and Mobius in the 1970s, where Sylvie appears to be stuck in McDonald's thanks to photographs taken on set. Is it here that Loki and the gang run into him? Will they return to 1901 Wisconsin?
Given that the MCU and Jonathan Majors will likely put their own twist on the character on screen, it is unlikely that this will be one of the Kangs we will see. We may begin the second season of Loki, which will premiere in the summer of 2023 on Disney Plus.