Bearing in mind where he comes from in terms of his Marvel Cinematic Universe work, Michael Waldron is a prime choice to write “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.” First and foremost, he has plenty of experience developing the title villain, as he technically made his MCU debut during “Loki” Season 1. Through the variant He Who Remains (Majors), we learn just how powerful the Kangs are and that they waged war across the Multiverse before He Who Remains established the Time Variance Authority. Season 2 takes this a tad further, putting much of the focus on the Kang variant Victor Timely (Majors).
Additionally, both seasons of “Loki” put heavy emphasis on the Multiverse itself, which will more than likely factor into the plot of “The Kang Dynasty.” They share how time functions in the MCU, what happens if timelines branch, and how timelines can be entirely eradicated, among a host of other story elements. The Waldron-written film “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” also touches on many of these concepts, offering MCU fans a taste of just how strange, dangerous, and even eerie the Multiverse can be.
It’s safe to say that Michael Waldron’s MCU track record is evidence that “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” is in good hands. MCU fans everywhere will get to see what he cooks up for the story when the film premieres on May 1, 2026.