Spoilers Alert: Article contains spoilers regarding Moon Knight.
Marvel’s latest and most unpredictable show, Moon Knight, will take Phase 4 in an unpredictable new direction. Starring Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy and more, the origin story doesn’t have any direct connections to the MCU, and it is unlike anything we’ve seen from the studio. But a scene from the third episode may contain an Easter egg that acknowledges Kang the Conqueror. In the Disney Plus series Loki led by Tom Hiddleston, Jonathan Majors played Kang. Eagle-eyed fans have spotted a Kang connection and it’s pretty easy to miss.
Moon Knight episode 3 titled ‘The Friendly Type’ contains the scene in question. Marc Spector goes up against a follower of Arthur Harrow’s cult in Cairo, Egypt. A person can be seen wearing a denim jacket with a design that looks a lot like a symbol connected to Rama-Tut – an avatar connected to Kang in the comic books. The Easter egg was spoted by fanpage New Rockstars.
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Fans have also shared unofficial confirmation of the Easter egg:
So there was a Kang Easter Egg on Moon Knight Episode 3 which was found by New Rockstars and was later they got confirmation with Moon Knight crew that Easter Egg was intentional. #MoonKnight #Marvel pic.twitter.com/F3q6qVe9TA
— EMPEROR BOSS (@GodEmperorBoss) April 17, 2022
#MoonKnight Episode 3 features an supposed easter egg of the pharaoh Rama-Tut (aka Kang The Conqueror 👀) which can be seen on the back of an Ammit devotee’s jacket!
— Ant-Man News 🐜 (@AntManNews) April 17, 2022
Episode 3 of Moon Knight was set in Egypt. It is the half-way mark of the 6-part show. As the story unfolds, Marc goes after Arthur Harrow, who, in turn, is seeking Ammit’s tomb. The show’s synopsis reads, “When Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life, he discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.”