Kang himself, Jonathan Majors, talk a little bit about these powers and offers up a few explanations.
Just what exactly are Kang the Conqueror’s powers and how powerful is he? Well, Kang himself, Jonathan Majors, talks a little bit about these powers and offers up a few explanations.
So this is coming at us directly from Jonathan Majors, who’s teasing the future of Kang the Conqueror in the MCU. His, his impact and really what drives him. And he said, without going too much into the details, you’re going to realize that the internal power that he has inside of him is really a drive and also his personal beliefs.
The character has a lot of pain, suffering, discomfort, and doubt all wrapped up inside of him. And this in turn, can make him more dangerous than anybody before.
He also said that Kang is somebody who really has past, present, and future experiences that he has to really think about, that is also at the source of what powers him. So this internal struggle really is, I guess, at the center of his power.
And this kind of mimics what Peyton Reed, the director of the film, said before, where he said Kang’s real ability and power come from his past experiences, the future and the present and how he’s experienced it and knowing what he has to do and what he has to get his hands on to be able to complete his task.
Jonathan Majors also echoes and mirrors this. And from what I’m getting here from multiple interviews, is that really his powers are going to be lacking and his powers are in technology and using this technology to be able to again use the past, present, and future and alter them.
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And it seems like they’re definitely leaning outside of if this character has powers, they’re not like the powers that you typically see shoot lasers out of hands or something like that. It’s going to be literally his power is his anger, his experiences, and that’s what drives him and all these other things he’s gotten his hands on.
It’s because of his willpower and his experiences. So I do like that very much, keeping it in tune with who Kang is while offering those little MCU changes that people expect these days, which I think are great and always welcoming in new comic book mediums and interpretations of what, whatever they’re doing. So pretty awesome