In the latest episode of Loki, almost every vehicle scattered across the Void has its own story, and for some, these are DEEP-cut references.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Loki Episode 5, “Journey Into Mystery,” now airing on Disney +.

Loki is no stranger to Easter eggs, and the Void Wasteland in the latest episode proved to be a reference repository. Scattered around the dump for Time Variance Authority pruned subjects are several vehicles that might be familiar to many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, some of the Easter eggs even have meaning beyond the MCU. From fictional references to real-world oddities, here’s every vehicular nod to the audience in “Journey Into Mystery.”

While there are many cameos everywhere LokiLike the little Frog Thor who gets trapped in his subterranean flask, Void-scattered vehicles can be a bit more difficult to recognize. That’s partly because they blend into the background of debris and scrap, but even when front and center the references can be so dark that they go over the heads of most fans. Case in point: the USS Eldridge, the ship that appears with the resonating anchors in the middle of the moor.

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The USS Eldridge is the centerpiece of a popular conspiracy theory called the Philadelphia Experiment, which alleges that the United States military made the ship invisible to the naked eye. The variants appear to be popular themes of conspiracy theories in Loki, and it was revealed that the titular scoundrel was actually DB Cooper. Also, the more distant rumors of the Philadelphia Experiment of transporting the ship to an alien dimension gain some ground in the last episode.

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Vehicles most related to the Marvel universe in particular also dot the landscape. The Thanoscopter, a cartoon plane from the comics named after Thanos, appears at one point. A Helicarrier is also seen, marking the iconic transport used by SHIELD as its headquarters in the sky. And even a ruined version of the Dark Aster appears, notable for serving as Ronan the Accuser’s vessel in Guardians of the Galaxy. His awesome power seems so humble, broken alongside so many other bits of junk.

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While Wasteland also includes hints of Marvel’s most powerful entity, these lighter references stand out as fun parts of world-building that show just how much history the MCU has. The biggest connections to Disney and Pixar even appear to be present with Skinny’s Pizza Car, used by Mobius as a useful means of transportation. Not only is the pizza car reminiscent of Pixar’s Pizza Planet truck, but Mobius’ mad dash across the wasteland seems reminiscent of his role as the Lightning McQueen race car in Cars.

While much of TVA had its own design, it’s nice to see Marvel’s Void Dump take on a unique character in its references, both to the Marvel universe and other stories beyond. There aren’t many places in the MCU to download multiple giant vehicles and spaceships, but Loki I had the perfect opportunity to build one with the Void.

Loki stars Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, Sophia Di Martino, Richard E. Grant, Sasha Lane, and Eugene Cordero. New episodes air Wednesdays on Disney +.

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