You probably know all about Loki’s appearances in Thor: The Gods of Mischief, Thor: The Dark World, and Avengers: Infinity War. But what’s in store for him in Avengers: Endgame? What will he be doing in the Sacred Timeline? And who will be joining him?
Thor: The Dark World
Thor: The Dark World is the eighth film of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. It’s based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name, and follows an assault on Asgard by Malekith the Accursed.
As a standalone film, Thor: The Dark World is decent. But it’s better as part of a bigger story. While it’s packed with action and scary scenes, it lacks a strong moment of truth.
The first act of the movie focuses on the battle between Thor and Malekith. Both characters use their powers to travel to different worlds. During the fight, they encounter a new talisman that is more powerful than the previous one. In fact, this talisman, called Aether, is the main reason why Thor’s brother, Loki, is thrown into prison.
Despite this, the film’s production is somewhat chaotic. Alan Taylor, a veteran of the Game of Thrones TV series, is directing the film, but he wasn’t confident in the story. He wanted it to be grounded. This was a hiccup that could have put a negative spin on the entire project.
Despite these issues, the film was a hit for the studio, grossing 644 million. However, the film has a relatively low Rotten Tomatoes score. That’s not to say it’s bad, but the film also failed to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
On the other hand, Thor: The Dark World did have a few moments of genuine emotion. For instance, Jane and Thor almost kiss. Frigga’s death, in particular, has a profound effect on both Thor and Loki.
Avengers: Infinity War
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Loki is Thor’s arch nemesis. He is an Asgardian and a Trickster.
For a long time, fans had no clue whether or not Loki was actually dead. But after watching the premiere of Marvel’s Loki, they are starting to feel more hopeful.
The series stars Wunmi Mosaku, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Owen Wilson, and Sasha Lane. It airs on Wednesdays on Disney+. And although we haven’t seen Loki die yet, his death could be as dramatic as that of Tony Stark in the Avengers: Endgame movie.
The first season of the show connects to the events of the Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. In the latter, Loki feigns death to buy himself some more time to save his brother, Thor.
In the comic books, the classic “Loki” is actually an avatar of a redeemed version of Loki. This variant of the god of mischief was able to escape a Mad Titan and get into the hands of the Tesseract, a powerful artifact.
According to EW, this version of the classic is not real. Rather, it’s an anomaly. That is to say, it’s an illusion that breaks the rules set forth by TVA.
There is a lot of speculation about what Loki’s future adventures will be. One theory suggests that he might appear in the MCU’s Multiverse of Madness. Another speculates that he might appear in Doctor Strange’s comic book.
Thor: The Gods of Mischief
Loki, one of the most popular characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is coming to TV. But he is not going to be the same character we know and love. In the new show, he is a devious character who will be fresh off of his loss to Thor.
Loki is a trickster and is often called upon to help the AEsir. AEsir are gods. The AEsir are often evil and cheat. They are known for their pranks and stealing. Their servants are Eldir and Fimafeng.
Loki was also a great inventor and could shift his shape. He was given a spear with a mind stone embedded in it. This special weapon was the hammer that made Thor famous.
Although Loki was not always good, he did his part to save the AEsir. Often, he insulted the other gods and goddesses. His mischievous nature allowed him to escape many bad situations. However, he was punished by the other gods.
One of his most memorable feats was to trick Thor into butting heads with a giant. As a result, Thor grew stronger.
Another of his more memorable events was when he helped Odin defeat Baldur. The death of Baldur was a big deal for the AEsir. It happened after he had a baby with a giantess. At the time, the goddess Frigg was the one who had made Baldur invulnerable. When Odin told Baldur that his son was gone, the AEsir were enraged.
Loki’s appearances in Thor-related titles
Loki is one of Marvel’s most popular characters. He has appeared in Avengers, X-Men, and Defenders, among other titles. While he is known for his betrayals, Loki is still alive and continues to have a powerful presence in the MCU.
Loki’s origins can be traced to the Norse mythology. In the modern world, Loki is an adopted son of Odin. His mother, Freyja, is the All-Mother of Asgard. She uses magic to keep her family in check. Despite her strong will, she is not always willing to back down from battle.
Loki’s history in the Marvel Comics Universe is relatively limited, with the exception of his first appearance in a comic called Journey into Mystery. The current version of Loki was introduced in the comics by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber.
Since his debut in The Avengers, Loki has become one of the most recognizable and popular villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Aside from his appearance in the first Avengers film, he has been a main antagonist in Thor, the Avengers, The Dark World, and the Avengers: Endgame.
After the events of Ragnarok, Loki’s soul took the form of a female. It then began working with Doctor Doom to reconstruct the world. Eventually, the two combined forces with the Cabal, the villainous version of the Illuminati. This led to a tumultuous period for the Marvel Universe.
With his resurrection in the Avengers: Infinity War, Loki became an important recurring character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His actions might have implications for future movies.
Loki’s relationship with Sylvie
Loki’s relationship with Sylvie was a subject of much debate among fans. Some thought it was a bit of a cliche. Others found it to be more interesting and intriguing. The end result was that Loki’s love interest became a major character in the show.
There are two things to keep in mind about Loki’s relationship with Sylvie: that it’s platonic, and that it’s not a romance.
They are in fact having a lot of fun. A lot of the dialogue between the two is lighthearted. It’s also possible that they might end up together. That could be a good thing or a bad thing.
But what do we really know about their love relationship? We’ve only seen it a few times so far, and we haven’t gotten a full understanding of it. One thing that’s been noted by many fans is the similarities between the two characters. For instance, both have experienced delays due to pandemics. And both have been forced to make important decisions based on their own experiences.
Loki and Sylvie also share a romantic interest. As such, they’re often seen in the same club car on the train. Whether they actually end up together in the future is a mystery.
Despite the similarities, however, Sylvie and Loki have a few differences. For instance, Sylvie has had a lot of negative experiences and is a variant. This makes her more of a challenge to Loki than a friend. Likewise, Loki is not in love with himself.
Loki’s plans in the Sacred Timeline
The “sacred timeline” is one that was sanctioned by a mysterious group of time keepers. It contains events like the destruction of Asgard and the Avengers fight with Thanos.
Eventually, the time line starts branching off into different origins. This is a problem, because it could cause a multiversal war. But the Time Keepers have the power to fix it. They want to unite the future.
Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson) is the head of the Time Variance Authority. He wants Loki to catch the variant that has been terrorizing the agency.
Sylvie tells Loki that she taught herself magic. She is able to link briefly with Alioth, but she is able to enchant it. And she was always on the run from the TVA.
However, she does not remember her mother. In fact, she was just asked by Mobius to help her find out the truth.
Sylvie’s revelation is shocking to Loki. But he cannot change the past. So, he decides to investigate.
In the meantime, the Time Variance Authority asks him to prove his identity. For him to do so, he will need to sign a document confirming all of the things that he has ever said.
After the tense confrontation, the guard lets them on. And so does He Who Remains. But, he is afraid of a thunder crash. Despite this, he will allow Loki and Sylvie to go to his office.