Does Loki Episode 6 Have a Post-credits Scene? Everything You Need to Know

Almost every Marvel Studios movie has a scene after the credits, but the streaming shows on Disney Plus have been less consistent about this.

WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki have all had a couple, which was usually saved for the end of their respective runs.

With episode six of Loki coming out today on Disney Plus, many fans are wondering if it will include a tease for one of the upcoming MCU projects, like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness or Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

As it turns out, the episode does have an extra bonus, but it might not be quite what you were expecting.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about Loki’s after-credits scenes, but be careful because there are spoilers below the jump.

Loki Episode 6: is There a Post-credits Scene?

Okay, sort of. Even though the shocking cliffhanger at the end of Loki episode six deserves a long scene after the credits, what we get is more of a stylish announcement than anything that adds to the story.

loki episode 6 post credit scene
loki episode 6 post credit scene

After the credits roll, we cut to a close-up shot of Loki Laufeyson’s file at the TVA, which is quickly stamped. In bright red letters, it says, “Loki will be back in season 2.”

From there, the credits keep going, and there isn’t a second scene at the end. This means that it will be a long time before we get answers to the questions left unanswered by the end of Loki’s first season, such as what will happen to Kang the Conqueror next.


Episode 6 of “Loki” is About Kang the Conqueror

In the sixth episode of Loki, the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) finally find the person in charge at the end of time. At first, they meet Miss Minutes (Tara Strong), who tells them that “He Who Remains” is the name of the person they are looking for.

Then, the two groups meet Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors). After they fail in their attempts to kill him, he sits them down and tells them that he only made the Sacred Timeline to end a war in many universes.

Kang also says that he is from the future, more specifically from the year 3100. And he tells them that different versions of him from other universes got together and started the war.

Kang says that he used Alioth to keep the timeline from going to war and to stop variants and anomalies from happening.

He made the Time Variance Authority to carry out his plan. Kang gives Sylvie and Loki control of the TVA and warns them that if they kill him, they could let out a much more evil and dangerous version of him.

Loki seems to believe what Kang said, and he tells Sylvie to think about what would happen if she killed him. But Sylvie has no confidence in him at all.


Sylvie sends Loki back to the TVA after a short fight and kiss, and then she stabs Kang. When Loki gets to the TVA, everything is in a mess. But things have changed.

Mobius (Owen Wilson), who is seen at the end of the episode, doesn’t recognize Loki. In the middle of the city, where the Time Keepers’ statues used to be, there is now a huge statue of Kang.

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