I sayed this before, and you can see reading my previous messages, I sayed if secret wars is set after Loki season 1 earth-199999 was part of battleworlds, if it happens before earth-199999 isn't part of battlewords.How was the MCU separated by the rest of the multiverse if you say that all universes were affected by Secret Wars?
coz the multiverse war with the other kangs would still happen and if this is the case, why eliminate the braches and creating the TVA if this doesn't work into stopping the multiverse war in the first place?Why would a universe with no alternate timelines be separated from the rest of the multiverse? It’s still part of the multiverse no matter what
The kangs of the MCU????? The war is called the MULTIVERSE war for a reason, the branches are part of the multiverse. There can't be 2 councils of kang (yup, that exist in the comics with the councils of Reed), soooo yup the MCU is set in the marvel multiverse with comics, games and animation, and there is nothing that says the contrary. And don't start to say, "why the MCU can be set in a multiverse with the comics and DC's live action stuff no?" You can actually read my previous messages, and I sayed that Marvel and DC's multiverses doesn't work the same way.How would the Kangs of the MCU affect the rest of the multiverse if that version of Kang is exclusive to the MCU and it’s branch timelines?
Are you talking about MCU as a Franchise or as a Universe? In both cases, we still haven't seen Kang from Earth-199999. He Who Remains and Kang the Conqueror lives in another universes.What am saying is that there are multiple Kangs within the MCU Im not talking about the rest of the multiverse I’m not saying the MCU is set in its own multiverse
The alternate timelines branch off an especific moment/event from a universe, while alternate universes have always been different but can have similarities to other universes without being branchesThere’s a difference between alternate timelines and alternate universes