Loki: The Average American 20-Something
I have realized why everyone likes Loki (The happy guy above).
I am not talking about the actor who plays him (he is an entirely different story of awesome), I mean the character of Loki. Even people who don’t like the actor think Loki is the shiz, and here’s why:
His character is extremely relateable to your average 20-something.
Think about it:
#IT’S THE DAY THAT THOR FACED MIDGARD AND LOKI TURNED HIS BACK ON IT
Over all the millennia, only you have ever loved me, Thor. Only you have ever looked at me with affection in place of condescension. Why, then, am I killing you, and not the others?Because you stopped.
page from Odin’s Family by Neil Philip
I’M LAUGHING SO HARD
Always reblog this reference. #BecauseMythHappens
I love how half the avengers fandom is in on the mythology and the other half is just like “what”
This was without a doubt the most hearbreaking thing ever
I actually cried
The interesting part of this is that despite their differences, despite the expanding riff between them, Thor still knows his brother. He knows what their mother meant to him. And Thor knows Loki would not be fine with Frigga’s death. He knows his brother would not be pacing around his cell looking like her death didn’t affect him. Loki would be torn. Distraught. A wreck of himself.
Turns out Thor is right. And despite everything, this right here is why they are still brothers.
yeah this movie broke my heart many times over
Loki and Frigga, and some deleted scene with Thor that enlighten a little bit her Astral Projection’s powers among other things.
Script based on “Thor: Dark World movie storybook”