Loki season 2

Finally finished this, and I have to say I really enjoyed it. I appreciated that they didn't just retcon the whole multiverse thing, and I thought this put a nice button on Loki's story as a character. Overall, a solid season. I also really hope that Jonathan Major turns out to not be an SOB in his private life, because he's terrific in the various Kang roles and I really have enjoyed watching him act.

This season felt like kind of Tom Hiddleston's chance at playing The Doctor on Doctor Who, and he got a bit of Groundhog Day action in as well. I hope it was fun to make, because it was certainly fun to watch.

And now he can go off to greener pastures because I really don't see any reason to revisit the Loki character again.
 
I got me a jumbo Pop figure. Look at that lil' rascal glowin' in the dark.


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Finally finished this, and I have to say I really enjoyed it. I appreciated that they didn't just retcon the whole multiverse thing, and I thought this put a nice button on Loki's story as a character. Overall, a solid season. I also really hope that Jonathan Major turns out to not be an SOB in his private life, because he's terrific in the various Kang roles and I really have enjoyed watching him act.

This season felt like kind of Tom Hiddleston's chance at playing The Doctor on Doctor Who, and he got a bit of Groundhog Day action in as well. I hope it was fun to make, because it was certainly fun to watch.

And now he can go off to greener pastures because I really don't see any reason to revisit the Loki character again.
You might be right about no reason to revisit Loki again. I will say, however, with the way the MCU takes liberties and adapts characters from the source material, Loki is set up to be a version of a very important character in a movie they've already announced. I don't want to say more because I don't know what comic book arcs you've read. But I'm very curious if this is the last we've seen of Loki.
 
You might be right about no reason to revisit Loki again. I will say, however, with the way the MCU takes liberties and adapts characters from the source material, Loki is set up to be a version of a very important character in a movie they've already announced. I don't want to say more because I don't know what comic book arcs you've read. But I'm very curious if this is the last we've seen of Loki.
Oh, I don't know much about subsequent comic arcs. I'm just saying that if they never touched Loki again and said "Nope. That's it for him," I'd be perfectly fine with it. His character arc has wrapped nicely and there's no need to revisit him. Felt like a natural end point.
 
The episode of Assembled for Season 2 was fantastic, got some nice close ups on a few sets, costumes and props, especially in the end credits.
I love behind the scenes documentaries and Disney+ and Marvel Studios always deliver with each new episode of Assembled.
Well worth a watch.
Excelsior!
 

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