6 couples that should be a thing in the MCU

Let's take a look at 6 pairings we all wish were legit couples in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, shall we?

(L-R): Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) in Marvel Studios' LOKI, exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.
(L-R): Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) in Marvel Studios' LOKI, exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved. /
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5. Loki and Sylvie

Loki and Sylvie - the ultimate power couple. This isn't your garden-variety romance - it's like falling in love with the mirror, but if the mirror shot back sass and could also possibly stab you.

They're not just two peas in a pod - they're the same pea, from different pods, in a multiverse of endless gardens. Their connection dives deep into the pool of self-reflection (quite literally), making us all wonder, "If I met another version of myself, would we get along or endlessly prank each other?" Their dynamic is a thrilling rollercoaster of emotions, mischief, and, unexpectedly, heartfelt moments that show even gods of chaos can find a soft spot for themselves - or, well, a version of themselves.

Though we were introduced to this possibility in the series Loki, we never got to see what this relationship could potentially bloom into. Who better to understand you than someone who's literally you, but not quite? They share a bond that's as confusing as trying to explain the plot of Inception to a five-year-old. Yet, it's this very complexity that makes their relationship so captivating: they challenge each other, grow together, and embark on universe-altering adventures, all while navigating the tricky waters of identity, purpose, and, occasionally, saving the timeline from complete disaster.

Their coupling isn't just about romance, it's a cosmic journey of self-discovery and acceptance. Plus, the banter is top-notch, and who doesn't love a relationship where you could be plotting to take over the world one minute and teaming up to save it the next? It's the ultimate testament to the saying, "opposites attract" - except, in this case, it's "same-same, but different."