Loki: New Posters of Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson & More Revealed Ahead of Finale

By Nathan Johnson Updated:
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Disney+'s Loki finale is now less than two days away, and the anticipation of seeing where fan-favorite characters will end up following their mind-bending trip through the TVA is greater than ever.

Episode 5 followed Tom Hiddleston's Loki as he banded together with other variants of himself in order to survive the dreadful location that all pruned objects and beings are sent to, called The Void. At the end of the episode, Sophia Di Martino's character, Sylvie, attempted to enchant "the angry cloud" known as Alioth.

Sylvie was successful in enchanting it with Loki's help, but not before Richard E. Grant's Classic Loki perished as he aided them by creating an illusion of Asgard to lure the beast's attention away.

One of many successful feats that Loki has accomplished in its five-week run has been providing fans with numerous new characters. The series has gifted viewers with instant fan-favorites such as Owen Wilson's Mobius and Sophia Di Martino's Sylvie, who have been a part of the action since the very first episode, as well as other Loki variants with the likes of Classic Loki, Boastful Loki, Kid Loki, and Alligator Loki.

Marvel has already unveiled a new batch of official posters for the show earlier today via Twitter, with those all being different Loki variants seen in episode five. However, fans are being treated even further, as another handful of posters has recently been released sporting a different design.


Disney has taken the liberty of releasing yet another slate of official posters for the series, this time consisting of the show's main characters in front of a very detailed TVA design.

Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15 in Loki
Marvel Studios

The first poster displays Wunmi Mosaku's Hunter B-15 standing in front of a mind-bending paradox-like staircase design with her title as a Hunter. It also sports the caption "eliminating threats to the timeline," explaining what a hunter does for the TVA.

Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Loki
Marvel Studios

The next poster shows Tom Hiddleston's Loki clutching one of his trusted daggers with the word "Variant" above him. His TVA description reads "if you threaten the timeline, you fix it."

Owen Wilson as Mobius in Loki
Marvel Studios

Owen Wilson's Mobius stands as a TVA "analyst" in this poster, explaining to fans that he is "identifying threats to the timeline."

Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Renslayer in Loki
Marvel Studios

Up next is a poster for Judge Renslayer, who is holding a dangerous TVA baton. According to the TVA, she can be seen "punishing threats to the timeline" for all time, always.

Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie in Loki
Marvel Studios

Last, but not least, Sophia Di Martino can be seen in this poster as another variant, Sylvie, with the TVA claiming that she is "performing threats to the timeline."


Marvel Studios and Disney did a phenomenal job with these designs.

The TVA artwork acting as a border to make them look like western-style wanted posters is genius. It is also nice to have each individual image give the title of the character that can be seen, as well as a short description of what that character has done in Loki so far.

With the finale premiering on Disney+ in less than two days, this form of marketing does nothing but create more buzz and talk about the series. So many theories have been flying across the internet as to what will happen in this final episode, and the truth about what has been going on with the TVA this entire time is about to finally be explained. 

Is Kang the Conqueror controlling the TVA from the shadows? Could the man behind the curtain be a character that we have already met? Or, could it even be a superior variant of Loki that has been using the TVA to accomplish his goal of ruling everything?

Wednesday simply can not come fast enough. Loki's finale episode will stream on Disney+ on July 14, 2021.

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- About The Author: Nathan Johnson
Nathan is a writer at The Direct where he covers Star Wars, the MCU, and DC news. He joined The Direct in April 2021 and currently writes news and feature articles about all three brands mentioned above, but his main specialty is his knowledge about anything and everything Star Wars.