Avengers 5 Author Apparently Confirms Kang’s Infinity Stones Theory

Kang the Conqueror’s connection to multiple objects and artifacts throughout the MCU will be further explored in the future avenger 5 Writer Jeff Loveness.

In the Infinity Saga, Thanos’ primary goal was to find and use the six Infinity Stones to achieve what he believed would make the universe a better place.

The popular theory surrounding Kang’s role in the MCU is that he will seek to get his hands on similar artifacts that will allow him complete control and dominion over the multiverse.

It is believed that some of these Infinity Stone-like artifacts were already introduced in the MCU and that there is a specific connection between them and Kang’s current technology.

Kang’s technology in the MCU

Shang Chi Rings, Ant Man Rings

In an interview with Backstory Magazine, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty Author Jeff Loveness spoke about Kang’s technology as a whole and how it ties into the larger MCU.

When asked about the scene in the Loki Disney+ series in which He Who Remains explains that its various variants were trading technology, Loveness said “It ties into a bigger question” what the character’s technology really is and what it’s like “makes him such an existential threat:”

“Yeah, I mean, I think that ties into a bigger Kang question in general, like what’s his technology? What makes him such an existential threat? What makes Kang similar and unique? And then the Rick and Morty guy in me says, ‘Okay, you don’t want to rip off the portal gun either or like the Rick tech or whatever.'”

Loveness then confirmed the connection between Kang’s rings on his Time Chair and other ring-like artifacts “glyphs” on them in the MCU. He alluded to the Ten Rings Shang Chiand also Kamala Khan’s bracelet in it Mrs Miracle:

“But like yeah, and I think that’s going into spoiler territory, but I’m sure people picked up on the fact, like, ‘Oh, he has ring technology. That is interesting. Or he’s like, ‘Oh, those glyphs look a little alike.’ So, I think we’ll see that Kang has had his fingerprints on the MCU for a long time.

There were previous rumors that these two artifacts would act as the Infinity Stones of the Multiverse saga. However, Marvel Studios VP of Production & Development seemed to dispute these claims, but it seems like Loveness is fully embracing the concept.

Love was also mentioned Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania‘s post-credits scene, which includes all Kang variants “teleported in” to the same location, subtly suggesting that this scene had some connection to Reed Richards being teleported in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness:

“And if you saw the end-credits scene, the teleportation looked a lot like someone else from ‘Multiverse of Madness,’ too. So, I think there’s a concerted effort to tie together some of its tech language, but without saying too much, I suppose. But he was everywhere.”

Subtle connections throughout the Multiverse saga

One of the biggest criticisms from fans during Phase 4 was the fact that none of the projects seemed as connected or shared the same direction as the Infinity Saga.

However, as Marvel Studios often does, this was probably intentional and it could all lead to a peak of insight for fans to see how it all connects and leads back to Kang.

After all, the Infinity Saga showed that concept in a way, as it subtly teased Thanos before showing him on screen The Avengers.

It’s hard to know who to believe when two different reliable people are saying things that contradict each other.

However, based on the sheer similarities between the Ten Rings, Kamala Khan’s bracelet, and Kang’s time chair, it’s hard to believe there’s no connection – especially when all three have similar functions.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty hits theaters on May 2, 2025.

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Sarah Ridley

Sarah Ridley is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Sarah Ridley joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing sarahridley@ustimespost.com.

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