Is 'Loki' influenced by Infinity Stones? SHOCKING theory shows how they control MCU series

A fan theory suggests that Infinity Stones might be an influence on 'Loki' and it might play an important role in finale

                            Is 'Loki' influenced by Infinity Stones? SHOCKING theory shows how they control MCU series
Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Infinity Stones (Marvel Studios)

The season finale of Disney+ show ‘Loki’ is just around the corner and fans are eagerly waiting to see who’s behind all the chaos. The first five episodes of the series have managed to create a lot of curiosity among the viewers and it is already being touted as Marvel’s most successful TV series ever. However, the finale will decide how amazing this show really is.

Without any guesses, there are a lot of theories doing rounds about the finale episode and people are speculating what’s going to happen. However, a fan of the Disney+ show has come out with a theory that will surely blow your mind.


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According to a TikTok user named @she_loves_marvel, claims all six episodes of ‘Loki’ are based on the Infinity Stones. The theory suggests that infinity stones are far more important than the TVA makes them seem. The user reveals that each episode represents a different infinity stone.

Reality Stone (Red), Mind Stone (Yellow), Soul Stone (Orange), Space Stone (Blue), Power Stone (Purple) and Time Stone (Green) (Marvel Studios)


The first episode of the series had a lot of orange tones and shows Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is not as heartless as people think and has a soul. So, the first episode is the ‘Soul Stone’. Meanwhile, Episode 2 features the color red and we see the primary character questioning what is real and who to trust, so it represents the Reality Stone. Episode 3 was all about the Power Stone because of Loki and Sylvie’s (Sophia Di Martino) adventure on Lamentis-1. The episode is mostly shot in purple and Power Stone is of the same color. This is the episode in which Loki and Sylvie discuss and show their different powers while dealing with Time Variance Authority and apocalypse.

The fourth episode showcased yellow as the primary color and represented Mind Stone. In this episode, Loki tells Mobius the reality of TVA and changes his mind about his own existence. Meanwhile, the penultimate episode is the one where this theory gains more prominence. Episode 5 has a reference to Time Stone as the episode is covered in green and Loki also gets to know himself at different times in his life through the variants.

Sophia Di Martino (Sylvie) and Tom Hiddleston (Loki) in 'Loki' (Disney+)


If this theory turns out to be true, then the final episode will be covered in Blue and based on the Space Stone. The stone, which was inside the Tesseract, has the magnificent powers of creating portals and travel throughout the universe. Like Thanos did in ‘Infinity War’ and reached Wakanda in no time.

The aforementioned theory makes a lot of sense because TVA arrests Loki because he stole the Space Stone from The Avengers and it would be fitting if the Tesseract closes the first season.

It is quite an interesting way to look at each episode and how infinity stones might have affected it. However, nowadays makers love to play with lighting and they use different colors to tell the story and it’s not highly possible that it is always a nod to a specific Infinity Stone. But this is by far the most intriguing fan theory we have come across when it comes to ‘Loki’ and gives an idea that Infinity Stones are not as useless as some people might think about them to be.

‘Loki’ returns with Season Finale on Disney+ on Wednesday, July 14, at 3 am ET.