Does Loki Episode 3 Have an End-Credit Scene?
Should you wait when the credits start rolling?
After waiting for an entire week, we finally got to watch Loki Episode 3. And similar to the first two episodes, everything about the latest episode is spectacular.
Since we are halfway in the series, things are getting more intense for every character in the show. We are finally learning more about another ‘Loki variant,’ finally revealed in the last episode.
However, the latest episode also raised several questions for fans, and of course, we might some answers in Episode 4. But MCU fans wonder if Episode 3 has an end-credit scene that might give us a hint for what we should expect in the following Loki episodes.
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Is there an end-credit scene in Loki Episode 3? [SPOILERS]
Sadly NO, similar to the first two episodes, the latest Loki episodes don’t have an end-credit scene. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t watch end credits.
Marvel fans know that it’s pretty common for the MCU movies to have end-credit scenes with several easter eggs. However, the first two Loki episodes didn’t follow that tradition, and it looks like Episode 3 is no different.
When the credits start appearing, we only see some shots of the TVA’s office. Along with that, we see some files about the ‘Apocalyptic events.’ Other than that, we can see several pictures of Loki working together with Sophia Di Martino’s character.
So, the question is, should you stick to your screens when the credits start rolling? Well, even though the latest episode doesn’t have an end-credit scene, it doesn’t mean that Disney would not have dropped even a single easter egg in the credits. For instance, Loki’s episode 2 credits revealed an important detail about Lady Loki by dropping the name ‘Sylvie’ for Sophia Di Martino’s character, sparking a rumor that she might be the Enchantress.
In the third episode, the creators might have dropped similar easter eggs. And if you are one of those fans who are good at spotting them, you should definitely observe each frame of the end credits.