Phase 4’s Kang Variants Can Perfectly Explain Val’s Dark Avengers Mystery

During Hawkeye episode 2, “Hide and Seek,” Clint Barton tells Kate Bishop that Stark sold Avengers Tower years ago, to which Kate replies, “That is so sad on so many levels.” Most theories surrounding this revelation have landed on the new owners being Reed Richards, the Kingpin, or Norman Osborne. However, Mister Gryphon and Qeng enterprises are also strong contenders. During the beginning of Loki episode 5, “Journey Into Mystery,” there is a pan through the Void overlooking a destroyed city. A tower to the right looks eerily similar to Avengers Tower with the letters QENG across the top. This signifies that the Time Variance Authority had already pruned Mister Gryphon’s timeline. Now that He Who Remains and the TVA are destroyed, everything is back on the table.

Mister Gryphon and Qeng Enterprises have a good chance of being Val’s mystery organization. While U.S. Agent John Walker and Yelena Belova are not villains, they fall under the anti-hero umbrella. Marvel Studios has been known to draw inspiration from the comics rather than be an exact adaptation. So, instead of being outright villainous, Mister Gryphon and Qeng Enterprises could fall more along the lines of morally grey. It should also be pointed out that in the comics, this particular one of Kang‘s variants reprogrammed Vision to assist him. Perhaps White Vision will be Val’s next recruit if he hasn’t already been brought in behind the scenes. While the future of the MCU has been shrouded in mystery, one thing remains clear: He Who Remains’s foreboding warning will surely come to pass.


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During Hawkeye episode 2, “Hide and Seek,” Clint Barton tells Kate Bishop that Stark sold Avengers Tower years ago, to which Kate replies, “That is so sad on so many levels.” Most theories surrounding this revelation have landed on the new owners being Reed Richards, the Kingpin, or Norman Osborne. However, Mister Gryphon and Qeng enterprises are also strong contenders. During the beginning of Loki episode 5, “Journey Into Mystery,” there is a pan through the Void overlooking a destroyed city. A tower to the right looks eerily similar to Avengers Tower with the letters QENG across the top. This signifies that the Time Variance Authority had already pruned Mister Gryphon’s timeline. Now that He Who Remains and the TVA are destroyed, everything is back on the table.

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Mister Gryphon and Qeng Enterprises have a good chance of being Val’s mystery organization. While U.S. Agent John Walker and Yelena Belova are not villains, they fall under the anti-hero umbrella. Marvel Studios has been known to draw inspiration from the comics rather than be an exact adaptation. So, instead of being outright villainous, Mister Gryphon and Qeng Enterprises could fall more along the lines of morally grey. It should also be pointed out that in the comics, this particular one of Kang‘s variants reprogrammed Vision to assist him. Perhaps White Vision will be Val’s next recruit if he hasn’t already been brought in behind the scenes. While the future of the MCU has been shrouded in mystery, one thing remains clear: He Who Remains’s foreboding warning will surely come to pass.

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