Quote1 To be fated to lose. To know destiny itself the architect of my torment. Can it be true? Is to be Loki to be without hope? And if whom can a god appeal for mercy? Quote2
-- Loki

Appearing in "Loki, Part Two"Edit

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Synopsis for "Loki, Part Two"Edit

Loki's recent allies in his victory over Asgard, now turn to him for favors promised. While he goes about his kingdom, he continually turns to his prisoners. Sif berates him for being jealous of her, and of cutting off her golden hair, only to bring about a greater love between her and Thor. While Balder reminds him that he has died and gone to Hel, while there, sees that there are many Thor's, Balder's and Loki's. Some yet very different, yet all play the same roles. And Loki's is never to rule. Loki then turns to Karnilla, and agrees to free Balder into her care, in exchange for a certain task.

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  • Loki Vol. 1 was adapted in a motion comic mini-series comprised of 4 episodes called "Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers". The mini-series was created by Marvel Knights Animation and released on iTunes in March 14, 2011.

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