It's no wonder that a stray narrative piece falls through the cracks in the MCU's enormous and intricate universe.
Marvel isn't flawless, and story holes, no matter how minor, are unavoidable. However, one omission has vexed Marvel fans for months.
Loki's and Sylvie's activities at the Citadel at the End of Time, according to the last episode, sparked a new multiversal conflict.
Despite this, there was no evidence in Spider-Man: No Way Home that the events of Loki were significant.
Was the struggle with He Who Remains unrelated to No Way Home's multiverse chaos? Kevin Feige isn't convinced.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness had its red carpet world premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.