Loki Nemesis Miss Minutes Makes Her Marvel Comics Debut

Miss Minutes, one of the breakout stars of Marvel Studios' Disney+ original series Loki, makes her Marvel Comics debut on a variant cover for the upcoming one-shot Timeless.

Written by Jed MacKay and illustrated by Kev Walker, Greg Land and Mark Bagley, Timeless focuses on the character of Kang the Conqueror. The one-shot is slated to hit comic shops on Wednesday, Dec. 22. Miss Minutes takes center stage on a special variant cover for the comic, which comes from the artistic duo of Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado. News of Miss Minutes getting her own Timeless variant was first reported back in September.

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TIMELESS #1

Written by JED MACKAY

Art by KEV WALKER, GREG LAND, and MARK BAGLEY

Miss Minutes Variant Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS and EDGAR DELGADO

"This December, Kang the Conqueror will go on an epic journey across space and time to discover the future of the Marvel Universe in writer Jed MacKay's Timeless!" Marvel said in its official press release. "This special one-shot providing a first glimpse for Marvel's biggest 2022 stories will have a series of exciting variant covers including one that will feature none other than Miss Minutes from the hit Disney+ series, Marvel Studios' Loki. The delightfully mysterious being turned out to be a fierce ally to He Who Remains and now makes her Marvel Comics debut just in time for one of Kang's greatest sagas!"

Voiced by Tara Strong (Teen Titans, Batman: Arkham City), Miss Minutes is an original creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, having made her big debut in the very first episode of Loki before going on to appear throughout the show's first season. Miss Minutes is the animated mascot of the Time Variance Authority (TVA), having been created by He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) in order to spread the organization's propaganda. He Who Remains, of course, is a variant of Kang the Conqueror. Majors is set to properly assume the role of Kang in the upcoming film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which is currently slated for release on July 28, 2023. A second season of Loki has also been ordered.

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The official synopsis for Timeless #1 reads as follows:

HOW DO YOU WIN A WAR AGAINST TIME?

A special year-ending adventure that gives portents as to what is to come in the Marvel Universe over the next twelve months! Kang the Conqueror is a warrior, a destroyer, a subjugator—but even he is subject to the whims and vicissitudes of time itself. So when a parallel timeline threatens to overwrite the future Kang has fought so long and so hard to control, the master of the ages has no choice but to go to war with time itself, battling through days of tomorrow as he struggles to prevent the end of what is to come!

Featuring all the major players in the Marvel pantheon!

Written by Jed MacKay and illustrated by Kev Walker, Greg Land and Mark Bagley, Timeless #1 goes on sale Dec. 22 from Marvel Comics.

KEEP READING: Marvel Is Teasing a Massive Kang vs Doctor Doom Battle

Source: Marvel Comics

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