You’ve got to learn to love yourself before you can love someone else. And sometimes, you’ll meet an alternate-reality version of yourself and fall in love with both yourself and them because they’re you.
In Loki, now available to stream on Disney+, we’re told that it could break reality when two variants of the same person form a romantic relationship. I mean, sure, it’s taboo, but this is 2021, people. Live and let live and let Loki love Loki. That’s the general philosophy that the show’s cast and crew seem to espouse.
Is that a spark of cosmic romance I smell or did someone just forget to turn off the gas stove? Loki‘s cooking with bacon grease, everybody. The guy’s getting in touch with his feminine side and it turns out the best match for him might just be his female self, the goddess of mischief, Sylvie
Of all the villains to challenge Marvel’s host of heroes over the past decade, none has been more beloved than Loki. Played by Tom Hiddleston, the Asgardian God of Mischief was the chief antagonist in the first Thor film.
you’ve got to give it to Hiddleston. Loki is a complicated character. Marvel even weighed in on his morality recently when fans discovered a slight clarification about the character on his official Marvel bio.
What’s more, Hiddleston announced that in his opinion, Loki is redeemed after his heroic actions to stop Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, thus completing his heroic journey… and making all those Loki-is-secretly-alive theories seem unlikely.
In Avengers, his heinous actions were mainly a result of being controlled by the scepter and Mind Stone within it. Some have even debated if that means Loki’s no longer a villain. But maybe that’s another question left for Hiddleston to answer himself.