Fans have been having a lot of questions after Loki’s second trailer hinted that many “variations” of Loki could appear in the MCU, and the answer to these variations will probably lie. world of Marvel Comics. Marvel’s Loki series aired on the Disney + platform will follow the adventures of the Conspiracy as he travels across the multiverse. After being arrested by the Time Variance Regulatory Authority, Loki is recruited as an employee to help correct the reality that he has harmed.
Perhaps, Loki did harm reality by escaping with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame, creating a different timeline from the original. With that in action, he became a “variant” of the original Loki in the MCU, who was killed by Thanos. As Loki explores alternate timelines, it is possible he will encounter other versions of himself. The trailer hints at this as Timekeeper asks Mobius M. Mobius whether he believes in “this Loki variant”, which suggests there could be more than one.
This isn’t the first time alternate versions of Loki have appeared in Marvel. Since first appearing in the comics by Loki in 1962, the deity has taken on many different shapes. In addition to changing form, Loki’s character has changed quite a bit because of time travel, supernatural magic, and the actions of the other Asgardians. Here are six Loki variants that may appear in the upcoming MCU series.
A female version of Loki dubbed “Lady Loki” first appeared in Marvel Comics in 2004, when the rogue god stole a body for Lady Sif during the events of Avengers: Disassembled. Lady Loki continues to perform Loki’s traditional “tricks”, trying to manipulate Thor and the Avengers but is then able to return to Loki’s original male form, who was killed during the Siege event. 2009.
After that, Loki continued to transform her sex when transforming into a woman in 2014’s Loki: Agent of Asgard. Some fans have theorized that Sophia Di Martino will play Lady Loki in the upcoming series. after she was discovered wearing what appeared to be Loki’s green version on set.
President Loki (President Loki)
Loki’s introductory trailers have tacitly confirmed the show will include another version of Loki – who ran for President was inspired by a popular Marvel Comics miniseries “Vote Loki”. But is this Loki the one who escaped from the Avengers or is it another variant? The second trailer appears showing President Loki being threatened by the Sakaarians, perhaps this hints that he comes from an alternate timeline in which Loki once went to Sakaar, like what took place in Thor: Ragnarok.
Loki wouldn’t be a deceit god if he couldn’t cheat death – and that’s exactly what he did in 2010 Seige, when he manipulated Hela and removed his name from his book. Miss. But then Loki still dies, but he is reincarnated as Kid Loki, an innocent child with no memory of his previous life. Although Kid Loki is not trusted by his fellow Asgardians, this kid always tries to do good things. But then, Kid Loki was tragic possessed by his own ghost – Ikol and returned to the dark side.
King Loki is a version of the god of deception, but his evil plans all come to fruition. First introduced in 2014 in Loki: Agent of Asgard, this character is an extreme version of Loki, pushed to the brink of madness by his own rage and bitterness. During King Loki’s timeline, he destroyed the Earth and was responsible for the destruction of mankind. He then traveled back in time to kill Odin and defeat Thor, while also reuniting his younger self. Loki: Agent of Asgard has a critically acclaimed storyline, which includes Loki becoming her own prisoner because of time travel.
Loki – God of heroism and truth
One of the most surreal versions of Loki also appears in Loki: Agent of Asgard when the god’s nature is reversed, turning him into Loki – the God of truth and heroism. In the AXIS storyline, a spell performed by Scarlet Witch and Doctor Doom caused chaos between the Avengers that allowed the magic to be reversed and the heroes turned bad and the villains suddenly became. good people. In this timeline, Loki was even able to pick up Thor’s Mjolnir hammer, for becoming worthy of it.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the first Thor movie saw the God of Thunder stripped of his power by Odin and exiled to Earth, who wanted to teach him a lesson in humility. Perhaps it is not surprising that Odin would later do the same to Loki.