Loki series crosses expectations of Marvel fans, God of Mischief does a great job taking charge
Marvel has been serving its fans with a wide range of cinematic delight with recent addition to a series based experience being Loki, the God of Mischief.
Yes, as many of you must already be aware that earlier Marvel came up with a concept of Loki being in the central lines as he takes over a series on the platform Disney-Hotstar.
There is no doubt how popular the character of Loki is in the Marvel series. Fans have time and again demanded the creators of the cinematic universe to come up with a show of their own and now their demands now they have their favourite character just one button away. The creators were aware that Loki, portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, was not an average villain in a hero centric movie.
There was a lot more to his character and the gripping storyline of him being half-brother of Thor, them fighting on the opposite sides and yet Loki stepping up to help the God of Thunder whenever he deemed fit, was some of the notable factors why the character received so much attention.
The character was written off as dead during the second movie of Thor installment but when cretors waited for people to react after they saw this scene. After they got to know how disappointed fans were and how much it could impact them if they brought back the character to life, they decided to give Loki his own series.
No character in the Marvel universe has received such pleasure. The series is available on Disney+ like most of the other series that were available on the same platform such as Wanda Vision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which recently concluded. All the series received a lot of appreciation and people loved how elaborate they were, especially Wanda Vision starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany.
With the appearances of Loki throughout the movies–Avengers and Thor–he established himself not only as a villain but someone who gradually takes up the role of anti-hero in the movie. The main issue with the nature of this character is one cannot blindly trust him. Through his marvelous manipulation techniques, he can form an allegiance with practically anyone.
After all that he has done, it is difficult to characterize him as a villain especially now that fans know that he died during the infinity war at the hands of Thanos while trying to save his brother–Thor. Even for the series, they have not shown him as some moralistic hero-like character rather kept it as genuine as possible where he will be seen ruling earthy creatures after the Battle of Newyork.