Of all Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 stories, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki may have been the most pivotal. In a way, the series served as a Multiverse 101 class in introducing audiences to Multiversal Wars, timelines, Variants, and Jonathon Majors as He Who Remains ahead of his role as Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man 3 and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. But according to Loki lore, there wouldn’t be a Kang (or Kangs?) if it hadn’t been for Sylvie.
Given her past actions and that she’s now separated from Loki, much like the timeline, the possibilities for her character in Season 2 are endless. However, a new batch of on-set photos have offered fans an idea of what to expect from her come Summer 2023.
Sylvie Sports Her Signature Suit in Loki Season 2
New on-set photos from Season 2 of Loki, which were first shared on Weibo, have found their way on Twitter, offering new clues about what Season 2 holds for Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie.
Previous set photos have already shown Loki at a Mcdonald’s from the 1970s where Sylvie appears to be employed. But despite her ’70s-style fast food attire, new pics suggest that she hasn’t completely forsaken her signature Loki suit from Season 1.
For instance, the second photo in this first Tweet shows Di Martino wearing the same Asgardian-leather style top from her MCU debut.
Since Season 1 of Loki ended with Sylvie at The Citadel at the End of Time and Loki at a TVA that doesn’t know who he is, just where the show’s sophomore season would go next was almost impossible to predict.
However, it’s unlike that anyone would’ve predicted Sylvie working at a McDonalds in the 1970s. But hey, she did say in Season 1 that her costume was uncomfortable. Maybe her fast food uniform is an improvement from a comfort standpoint?
Anyway, the fact that Sylvie will be wearing her signature suit once more suggests that she, unlike Mobius at the end of the finale, remembers Hiddleston’s Loki. It also implies that fans will see more of her enchantment power set at work during Season 2. Season 2 of Loki will premiere on Disney+ in the Summer 2023.