Gargantos previously showed up in Sub-Mariner #13 in 1969 and has close connections to Atlantis and Namor. Rumors from far and wide suggest that Namor and Atlantis will make their MCU debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Gargantos’ appearance in Doctor Strange 2 might be sowing the seeds for more Atlantian legend to spring up in the MCU. Stage 4 of the MCU has highlighted various goliath monsters, from Alioth in Loki to The Dweller in Darkness in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings to even the Celestials in Eternals, so the presence of Gargantos seems to fit ok in.
The plan of the animal in the craftsmanship looks nearer to Shuma-Gorath, recommending Marvel may be combining the two characters as one comparably to how Ivan Vanko in Iron Man 2 drew components from both Whiplash and Crimson Dynamo. They could be utilizing the person name Gargantos however keeping the backstory of Shuma-Gorath, as a Lord of Chaos and a foe of Doctor Strange. More insights concerning the person are probably going to be uncovered in more trailers and special material as the delivery date for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness draws near.
It currently gives the idea that Gargantos is the authority name of the animal, as merchandise for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has been uncovered on Amazon, by means of The Direct. The different merchandise identifies the beast as Gargantos and highlights him noticeably. One of the pieces incorporates him close by the other different lead characters, conceivably recommending the person’s significant job in the film. The fine art should be visible underneath:
The trailer uncovered a great deal of new subtleties, yet one that grabbed the attention of many was Doctor Strange battling a one-peered toward strategic beast in the roads of New York. A concealed beast with also shaded limbs was found in two episodes of What If…?, including one zeroed in on Doctor Strange, indicating that it very well may be a similar adversary from the vivified series. The person was reputed to be Shuma-Gorath, in any case, a LEGO set identified the person as Gargantos.