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The Cobra Kai Season 3 Trailer Is Here



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There isn’t long to go now for fans of Cobra Kai and the Karate Kid. Netflix has dropped the latest trailer for Cobra Kai season three. And for better or worse it contains a bunch of spoilers and hints.

Here it is, Cobra Kai season three spoiler alert. You have been warned:

What do we see?

Initially, we just get to see a lot of the footage from the previous teaser trailer but then Netflix goes into full spoiler mode.

We return to the High School fight and the fall out from Miguel’s injury. We see Robbie in a correctional facility. The offer of a pact between Daniel and Johnny. A face off between Daniel and Krease. Krease fully in charge of the Cobra Kai dojo spreading his no mercy ethos.

There is a return for Kyler in the dojo as Hawk has a flashback to being bullied. There is still a lot of tension between the two ideologies at school. Samantha continues her training learning new skills.

Then the first big shock. Miguel is fully awake and talking. The full extent of his injuries are not clear but a wheelchair and rehab seem to form a major part of his story arc for the series. Johnny is committed to supporting Miguel, whether that will get the support from his mother is unclear.

Old faces

Then there is a change of pace as we see Daniel now in Okinawa with a return for Kumiko and Chozen Toguchi. We knew that these appearances were likely but it’s a surprise to see them in the trailer.

Finally we end with Johnny all dressed up. It looks like he’s waiting for a date. Is this with Carmen Diaz or the hyped return of Elisabeth Shue’s Ali Mills character they teased at the end of season two?

Cobra Kai season three will be released on Netflix on 8 January 2021. Get it in your calendars. Not long to wait now.

Are you looking forward to Cobra Kai season 3? Has Netflix given away too many surprises in the trailer? Can Daniel and Johnny work together? Who do you think Johnny was all dressed up for at the end? Let us know in the comments below.

Read our 9 things that need to happen in Cobra Kai season 3 article HERE.

Check out IMDB information on Cobra Kai HERE.

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    December 12, 2020 at 1:33 pm

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Loki Episode 6 – Review



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Episode six of Loki from Marvel is here, streaming now on Disney Plus. It’s time for the series finale. Here’s our review.

SPOILERS: If you’re reading this then you’ve probably seen the show, but if not there are spoilers ahead.

More to come

The post-credit scene showed that a second series has already been ordered, meaning this finale is essentially the end of Part One. Thank goodness it is. Because if this was the denouement of the entire Loki story then there’s a good chance it would go down in television infamy as one of the more unusual series endings.

Introducing the big bad

We pick up from Sylvie and Loki’s defeat of The Alioth as they look at the citadel upon the rock at the end of time. They make their way to the entrance, and upon being invited in they’re met by Miss Minutes. It’s been widely predicted that ‘she’ would be an agitator in this series. And at last her role has been revealed. She is an emissary of Kang The Conquerer, embedded within the TVA.

She offers Loki the earth, almost literally, as she tries to coax him to betray Sylvie. Her offers of infinity stones, defeating Thanos etc. Happily, Loki rejects all the trinkets that she offers. Instead, he and Sylvie head into the lift where they meet ‘He Who Remains’ aka Kang The Conquerer. A 31st-century scientist and the true timekeeper.

Loki fight

Sylvie attempts to kill him but he quickly demonstrates some of his powers by dodging and weaving her before she gives in and the three of them sit down for a very long discussion. To sum up what was a lengthy and occasionally fairly tedious scene. He Who Remains (HWR) asks Loki and Sylvie to kill him and take over the role of controlling the timeline. Loki is extremely reticent but Sylvie, angry at what HWR’s meddling has done to her life, is desperate to do so.

Meanwhile, back at TVA HQ, Renslayer is informed by Miss Minutes of HWR’s plan. Showing her dual role and playing on Renslayer’s desperation to keep the TVA active and relevant.

Loki and Sylvie get into a physical fight over what to do with HWR. With Loki recognising how the timeline will fragment with branches springing up all over the place. But Sylvie is consumed by her rage and eventually overpowers Loki, sending him back to the TVA and then kills He Who Remains.

Setting up season two

Loki finds Mobius and tries to explain what has happened. But then discovers the terrible effects of what Sylvie has done by apparently killing HWR. Mobius has no idea who Loki is. This situation is then made worse when Loki looks out to see a statue of He Who Remains adorning TVA HQ. Loki realises that he is in a different timeline branch. One where HWR or Kang is in control of everything. Sylvie has been manipulated into apparently killing him which has enabled him to increase his power further.

Jonathan Majors was masterful as He Who Remains. Which is what you’d expect from someone with a Masters in acting from Yale. He was flamboyant, powerful and mesmerising, which is exactly what you want from a major villain. He will be back in AntMan 3 as Kang The Conquerer and is set to be the key villain in the next phase of the MCU post-Endgame and Thanos.

I have been extremely positive about this series, as I think it has been the strongest and most cohesive of the Marvel series so far this year. But I can’t disagree with anyone who felt short-changed by this finale. My 11-year-old son was pretty vocal in his disappointment the moment the credits rolled, and he was absolutely right. He is one of the most obsessive Marvel fans around and if he was underwhelmed, I feel pretty sure he was reflecting the majority view. Nothing I’ve seen online since has dissuaded me from that either.

Phase 4 groundwork

It seemed that the finale was essentially an exercise in introducing He Who Remains or Kang to our screens ahead of AntMan 3. While this isn’t necessarily a problem, it meant that the focus shifted away from being the climax of this series. Instead of being a prologue for the next phase of the MCU, which does seem a peculiar decision.

There are those who feel that the series original premise of Loki and Mobius teaming up to find Variants dotted around time and space was dropped after the first two episodes. Instead, it was replaced with a love story between Sylvie and Loki and a voyage of discovery with Mobius reduced to a bit part for the rest of the series.

But, the cliffhanger at the end of the series as Loki returns to the TVA does give me hope that Series Two will be an even better follow up.


Thank you for reading our review of Loki episode six. Do you agree or disagree with our points or have anything to add? If so, leave us a comment below.

Read our Loki episode five review HERE.

Read IMDB information about Loki HERE.

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