Loki TV series will see Loki alter historical events and timeline
Everyone loves the fan favorite antihero of Asgard. Well, he’s not typically from Asgard but since Odin took him in, we can agree on that part. Yes, he is none other than the god of mischief, Loki.
SDCC and 2019 were both in favor of Marvel Studios. Marvel has released 3 films this year, all of them breaking the billion mark.
Additionally, Avengers Endgame made history by becoming the highest grossing film of all time, narrowly beating Avatar. After watching Endgame, fans were looking for two things, the end of Marvel Phase 3 and the start of Marvel Phase 4.
Loki TV series on Disney +
Phase 3 ended with the success of Spiderman FFH, right after the film’s release Marvel took SDCC by storm revealing a lot of information to fans. One of them being the announcement of the Loki TV series on Disney +.
Loki has become a fan favorite character since Tom Hiddleston took on the role. Fans initially had mixed reviews of him since the release of Thor. However, Tom redeemed himself in both Thor: The Dark World and Avengers. Since then, there were rumors that a series would follow the events leading up to the grand finale of the infinity saga. Finally, the time has come.
The Loki TV series will follow the God of Mischief after the Avengers’ botched “Heist Heist”. As we see in Endgame, Loki runs away with the Space Stone. Later, we see Captain America restoring the original timeline, but the question remains what happened to the Loki who ran away.
Loki will be seen changing major historical events during his time after using the Space Stone. So we will probably see Loki alter the events that are very dear to our human history. So, possibly, like “Domino Effect”, other events will follow.
– Variety (@Variety) November 8, 2018
The Loki TV series will be released in Spring 2021 on Disney +.
LOKI, Doctor Strange: A Multiverse of Madness and Wanda: Vision are about to bring the concept of the Multiverse into reality. So, Marvel fans will have a lot to watch in 2020 and 2021.