177a Bleecker Street has a new occupant: Loki Laufeyson, the God of Mischief. It’s a wild change for Marvel’s Doctor Strange series, and one you’d think the heroes of the Marvel universe would immediately see as something to be corrected and dealt with. Some do, but surprisingly, certain other characters are fine with…
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is a frequently smart and delightful comic, and this week’s issue, a zine-style anthology of stories that actually barely features Squirrel Girl herself, is no exception. But its best short story is all about Loki—and strikes at the duplicitous heart of the character in a really fun way.
It’s been seven years and twelve (really, twelve?) films since the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced Tom Hiddleston as Loki in the original Thor. As Hiddleston gears up for yet another appearance as the God of Mischief in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok, he’s a little surprised he’s still here.
There are dozens of witches and warlocks running around Marvel’s comics who, at one point or another, have been up for consideration as the next Sorcerer Supreme. Traditionally, the Supremacy has been bestowed upon Stephen Strange, but that’s about to change—for the worst.
Chicago’s Fox 32 was reporting on some extreme weather that was headed their way, and had a guest stop by to lend them a hand: Tom Hiddleston.
At the beginning of the month, Marvel revealed Vote Loki, a wonderfully timed answer to the ongoing hot mess that is the US Presidential Election. Then we heard nothing... until now. Here are the first details on the comic, which sounds positively delightful.
Donald Trump, or the trickster god? You know what, actually, still not even a difficult choice.
Thor is currently facing a whole heap of problems in The Mighty Thor—and so is Jane Foster. Everything is about to get trickier with the re-arrival of Loki in her adventures. But that’s not the weirdest thing going on with Loki’s return ... his face is.
On a list of the best things to come out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Hiddleston’s portray of Loki has to be near the top. Over multiple movies, the adopted brother of Thor has wreaked havoc on Earth and Asgard but was sadly absent from Avengers: Age of Ultron. That wasn’t always the case, though.
Late last year, Idris Elba let slip the names of some of the major Thor characters that would make brief appearances in Avengers: Age of Ultron. And yet, when the movie actually arrived, no Loki. What happened?
Recreating the Chitauri Scepter, also known as Loki’s bad ass, brain controlling staff from The Avengers, in real life might be the most impressive build that Man At Arms has ever done. The detail is unbelievable: melting glass and glass casting to create the right infinity stone, perfectly cutting out the design of…
These cereals should be included in every breakfast from here until eternity. Also, there is some level seven punning going on here.
Whether you're celebrating the end of a lazy Labor Day or just want to unwind after a stressful Monday, there's likely no better way to end your day than by watching this two-hours movie about Tom Hiddleston's fan-favorite villain Loki, assembled from the Thor, Thor 2 and Avengers movies.
As predicted, that 48-second snippet released last week was only a teaser; here's the full 3.5-minute gag reel from Thor: The Dark World. There are more dangerous things in the universe than Malekith, and they include recalcitrant ravens, Natalie Portman's propensity for violence, and Thor's cape.
Even gods can fall on their divine asses, as this gag reel from Thor: The Dark World reveals. Actually, since it's short and it doesn't include any flubbed lines, I'm betting it's just a small snippet of a larger gag reel, designed to make us want to buy the Blu-ray on February 25th.
Before he transformed into the greatest Marvel villain of all, Tom Hiddleston originally auditioned for Chris Hemsworth's role as Thor. And we now have a tiny glimpse of that audition tape — and it is awesome.
Anyone who's seen Thor: The Dark World knows that Chris Evans makes a cameo as Captain America (well, as Loki pretending to be Cap, at least). But as it turns out Marvel shot another version of the scene with Tom Hiddleston in Cap's outfit instead. Let's watch!
Sibling rivalry typically starts in childhood, and artist Laine shows the roots of Thor and Loki's fraught relationship in a series of comics and illustrations from their youth.
This is a terribly silly concept, but one that's surprisingly well executed. What happens when Loki decides to ruin Thor's birthday party?
Not only is actor Tom Hiddleston a charming impressionist, Comic-Con god, and Joss Whedon's secret soft-spot, but he's also an incredibly thoughtful person to chat deeply with about the inner workings of the God of Mischief, Loki, and his new mindset in Thor: the Dark World, premiering this Friday. Which we did. Swoon!