Jonathan Majors’ Kang Kills The Avengers, See The Photos

Fan art showcases Kang the Conqueror around the bloodied weapons and costumes of the defeated Avengers.

By James Brizuela | Published

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The first time we were introduced to Kang, he went by He Who Remains and was the protector of the sacred timeline in the Loki series. However, he was slaughtered by the female version of Loki, Sylvie, which led to He Who Remains revealing that the other versions of himself were far more brutal. Now, a fan has showcased that brutality in fan art, as the current Kang the Conqueror has slaughtered the Avengers.

Akithefull has created some fan art that showcases Kang the Conqueror, admiring the weapons once used by the Avengers. Though they are splattered with blood, we see the Infinity Gauntlet, Ant-Man’s helmet, Thor’s Stormbreaker ax, Captain America’s shield, Mjolnir, Spider-Man’s mask, and what looks to be Gamora’s swords. The image showcases what is likely on the horizon for the famed superhero team, as Kang is going to be the big baddie of the MCU.

Kang the Conqueror will show up in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, which will lead to both Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars. From the trailers of the newest Ant-Man movie, Scott Lang does look like he has been beaten quite badly, which could mean that he might not make it out of the movie alive. This is just speculation at this point, but we would imagine that Paul Rudd might be tired of taking on the mantle of Ant-Man.

Although there had been villains that appeared before the world was introduced to Thanos, the Mad Titan became the central figure that tied together the Infinity Saga. Kang is clearly going to be a huge force, as he is named in one of the Avengers movies, but we think that he might also be aided by an additional threat. The Secret Wars comics bring in the power of Doctor Doom, so it could be that Kang and Doom might team up with one another to take everyone down.

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Whatever happens, we have already seen some of the power from Kang in the Ant-Man trailer, as he angrily fires some sort of laser-like power out of his hands. Considering that Kang has been able to exist in all time and space, we would imagine that he would be quite powerful, especially powerful enough to take down the Avengers. We are curious to see what team of Avengers is going to be put together to even take down someone as powerful as Kang is being portrayed as.

Either way, we are so excited to see Jonathan Majors take on the role of Kang the Conqueror, and we can’t wait to see him take on the new Avengers. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is set to release on February 17th and will begin the new age of Phase 5 movies for the MCU. We have no idea who is going to be showing up in huge cameos, but should Doctor Doom and Kang join forces, the Avengers will not know what hit them.