Loki And The Other. Loki has arrived on Disney + and straight into the hands of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). A new Marvel chapter with Loki at its center.
If Loki's time traveling antics already have you confused, here's everything you need to know. Loki and Thor's brotherly love could be best described as "it's complicated." After centuries of power struggles and bickering over their parents' love, Loki sacrificed himself in Avengers: Infinity War to save Thor and the rest of the universe. Loki would appear in later stories vexing Thor and Valkyrie before being felled with almost all of the other Asgardians by an evil Reed Richards.
According to some sources, Loki is the son of Fárbauti (a jötunn) and Laufey (mentioned as a goddess), and the brother of Helblindi and Býleistr.
Loki, the God of Mischief, finds himself out of time and in an unusual place and forced — against his godly disposition — to cooperate with others.
As per the end of the episode, there is another Marvel character known for sporting horns … Loki himself. Thor holds on to the other end trying to save him while a now-awoken Odin arrives and makes Loki aware of his disapproval. I don't love Loki more than Thor though.