At the very end of "Thor 2: The Dark World," Loki is revealed to still be alive after presumed killed while sacrificing himself for his brother, the one and only god of thunder. The final scene in the Marvel movie features Loki taking on King Odin's appearance while accepting Thor's refusal to take his rightful place on the throne. As far as how Loki was able to fake his own death after being stabbed through the stomach, as well as what happened to the real Odin, remains to be answered.
With the recent announcement that Spider-Man will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe also comes the news that the release of "Thor: Ragnarok" is being delayed until November 3rd, 2017 as a result. The villains include the Absorbing Man, Doctor Doom, Doctor Octopus, the Enchantress, Kang the Conqueror, Klaw, the Lizard, Molecule Man, Titania, Ultron, Volcana, and the Wrecking Crew. The heroes (the X-Men choose to remain a separate unit) and villains have several skirmishes.
Years later, it was revealed that—while the heroes and villains fought on Battleworld—the Thing's girlfriend Alicia Masters was replaced by Lyja, a Skrull spy.


Now of course, a lot of that won't actually happen because of rights issues with Fox and Marvel, but a lot of it can be replaced with Marvel-owned characters. Loki then transforms back into his own form, grinning an evil grin as the new King of Asgard. Thanos (Mad Titan) To Destroy Asgard, Kill God Of Thunder During Shocking Ending Of 2017 Marvel Movie?
The cosmic entity Galactus also appears as a villain who immediately becomes a non-aligned entity. When the Fantastic Four returned to Earth without the Thing, she began a relationship with the Human Torch. This actually reminds me of an old Incredible Hulk episode from the '70's (I watched a lot of repeats). The two eventually married, and remained a happy couple until the Skrull's true identity was exposed by the Thing and the Puppet Master.


It will presumably tell the story of Thor, uncovering not only that Loki has been masquerading as Odin, but also the conspiracy behind the Infinity Stones. Each Stone Holds a "Dead" MCU VillainThis is the other article I mentioned before, where someone suggested that each mysterious "death" in the MCU (where villains were randomly disintegrated or disappeared) was actually them being trapped in their respective Infinity Gem.
Because Marvel Would Already Own ThemI wrote an article a while ago about how Marvel probably got Galactus and Silver Surfer back, and assuming they haven't by now, they probably will by the time they need them.



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