Loki Episode 4 Post Credit Scene: Weekly Check-in

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Scroll down to find out every week if there’s a post-credit scene in each episode of Marvel’s Loki.

Warning: Spoilers follow for all episodes up to the latest, Episode 4 – “The Nexus Event.”

If you’re binging the series, use this guide for quick reference on whether or not any of the episodes have end credits scenes.

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Loki, Marvel’s third MCU streaming series on Disney+, is currently ongoing, giving fans a fantastic follow-up to the scheming Asgardian prince’s exodus from Avengers: Endgame. But do each of the episodes have a post-credits scene, the most classic of all of Marvel’s teases?

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Loki Episode 4: Variants Post Credit Scene

After four episodes, we finally get Loki’s first post-credit scene, and it’s a fun one. After having seemingly been “pruned” from the timeline by Ravonna, it is revealed that Loki has not been killed, but rather displaced to a new location. There he is woken by a set of four new Loki variants. The only one to speak is Old Loki – dressed in a classic Marvel comics-inspired costume – played by Richard E. Grant. He is accompanied by a Loki wielding what appears to be a DIY Mjolnir hammer, who is played by Deobia Oparei and credited as ‘Prahlerischer Loki’ in the German credits, which translates to Boastful Loki. Between them is Kid Loki – best known for his appearance in the Journey into Mystery and Young Avengers comics – played by Jack Veal. And on Kid Loki’s knee is a crocodile (or alligator?) wearing a Loki crown… so presumably Croc Loki?

“Am I in Hel? Am I dead?” asks Loki, to which Old Loki replies “Not yet. But you will be unless you come with us.” The group appear to be standing in the middle of an apocalypse, seemingly the remains of New York City. A tantalising tease for what’s to come in Episode 5.

Loki Episode 3: No Post Credit Scene

Three episodes in and still no post-credit scene. The third episode, “Lamentis,” ended with Loki and Sylvie trying to fight their way through a crowd of panicked citizens and violent guards in order to hop onboard a rescue Ark and make sure it escaped before Lamentis-1 was destroyed. Their efforts failed however, as the ship exploded right as they got near. Now, seemingly doomed to die in this planetary apocalpyse, Loki and Sylvie must devise a new scheme.

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Loki Episode 2: No Post Credit Scene

Just as it was with the premiere, Loki’s second episode contained no post-credit scene. The episode ended with Loki confronting Lady Loki, who then quickly sent out dozens of Reset Charges to various points on the timeline, all set to disintegrate the mystery places they landed in. The TVA control room then watched as the Sacred Timeline sprung multiple leaks, all quickly branching out as Nexus events about to cross the point of no return.

Yes, it appears as though we just witnessed the official birth of the MCU Multiverse.

Loki Episode 1: No Post Credit Scene

Episode 1 contained no post-credit scene, just Natalie Holt’s impressive, operatic score. The episode did end with one heck of a cliffhanger though, as Loki learned that the dangerous variant being hunted by Mobius, the predator who’s killing off TVA hunters and minutemen, is… Loki.

Yes, a different version of Loki, from either a different time or universe (or both), is out there luring the TVA into traps, killing the operatives off, and then swiping the company’s time reset devices.

We’re last shown an attack in an Oklahoman oil field in 1858 where the minutemen are set ablaze by a cloaked Loki (Cloaki?) and the do-over doohickey is stolen. Also present on the scene is a weapon, an anachronism meant to draw the TVA to the location, from the “third millennium.” So, the distant future. Which also happens to be Marvel’s time-travelling villain Kang the Conqueror’s future. Just saying.

Marvel’s Loki

For More on Marvel’s Loki, check out our thoughts on the first two episodes of the show in IGN’s Loki preview and then read about how Mephisto won’t be appearing in the show. Catch up on the theory that Lady Loki is actually Enchantress, a.k.a. Sylvie Lushton. Learn about how Loki was inspired by David Fincher after that and then check out where Loki lands on IGN’s list of the 25 best Marvel villains in the MCU. And also check in on the Loki release schedule!

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