Loki (comics)

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Loki Laufeyson Earth 616.jpg
Cover art of Thor #64 (July 2003)
Art by Ben Lai
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceJourney into Mystery #85 (October 1962)
Created by
In-story information
Full nameLoki Laufeyson (née Odinson)
SpeciesJötunn (Frost Giant)God
Place of originJotunheim, Asgard
Team affiliations
Notable aliases
  • Loki Odinson
  • God of Mischief
  • God of Stories
  • Scarlet Witch
  • Lady Loki
  • Serrure
  • Ikol
  • Master of manipulation and deceit
  • Superhuman strength, speed, durability, and longevity
  • Asgardian powers:
    • Astral projection
    • Energy blasts
    • Flight
    • Illusion casting
    • Inter-dimensional teleportation
    • Shapeshifting
    • Telepathy

Loki is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber and penciller Jack Kirby, a version of the character first appeared in Venus #6 (August 1949). The modern-day incarnation of Loki first appeared in Journey into Mystery #85 (October 1962). The character, which is based on the Norse deity of the same name, is the Asgardian "God of Mischief", the adopted child of Odin and the sibling of the superhero Thor and later Angela. Loki has been portrayed as both a supervillain and antihero. The character is also genderfluid, having been depicted in both male and female versions.

Loki has appeared in several ongoing series, limited series and alternate reality series, including the 4-issue series Loki in 2004 and 2006, being the main character of Journey into Mystery from issues 622 to 645, appearing in new issues of Young Avengers in 2013 and receiving three more solo series, Loki: Agent of Asgard in 2013, Vote Loki in 2016 and Loki in 2019. The character has also appeared in associated Marvel merchandise including animated television series, movies, video games, clothing, and toys.

In 2009, Loki was ranked as IGN's eighth-greatest comic book villain of all time[1] and in 2014 was ranked again by IGN, this time as the fourth-greatest comic book villain of all time.[2] Tom Hiddleston portrays the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Thor (2011), The Avengers (2012), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Thor: Ragnarok (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019). Hiddleston will return to portray the role in the Disney+ upcoming series Loki (2021).

Publication history[edit]

Loki's first appearance in the Venus comics (1949)

A version of Loki made their first Marvel Comics appearance in Timely Comics' publication Venus No. 6 (August 1949), where Loki was depicted as a member of the Olympian gods exiled to the Underworld, and here resembled the traditional image of the Devil.[original research?] Planning to spread hate, they convinced Jupiter to let them travel to the realm of Earth, using Venus already being allowed onto it as their justification. Venus pledged herself to Loki's service in order to stop their plans, with Jupiter seeing her unselfish act and freeing her from the pledge, with Loki subsequently being sent back to the Underworld. The modern-age Loki made their first official Marvel appearance in Journey into Mystery No. 85 (October 1962), where Loki was reintroduced as Thor's sworn enemy, created by brothers and co-writers Stan Lee and Larry Lieber and redesigned by Jack Kirby.

As one of Thor's arch-nemeses, Loki has frequently made appearances in Thor-related titles like Journey into Mystery and Thor, as well as other Marvel Universe titles such as The Avengers and X-Men in both their male and female forms.[3] As well as brief appearances in the Spider-Man and Defenders comic series, they were the starring character in two four-issue miniseries Loki in 2004 and 2010.[4][5][6]

Loki played a key role in the 2010s company-wide Siege storyline in their female form, in which the character is eventually killed.

Starting with issue No. 622 the ongoing series Thor reverted to the original title Journey into Mystery and shifted focus to Loki. Under the pen of Kieron Gillen, Loki is resurrected but exists in a child's body, remaining the main character from 2011–2012, their final issue as lead being No. 645.

Gillen, joined by penciller Jamie McKelvie, continued his Loki storyline by introducing Loki, still as Kid Loki, as a main character in the second Young Avengers, which began in 2013.[7] In issue No. 11, they manipulated Wiccan into restoring them to their teenaged male form.[8]

A Loki solo series called Loki: Agent of Asgard was announced for 2014. Writer Al Ewing said that among other things, the series will explore Loki's bisexuality and fluid gender identity, writing "Loki is bi and I'll be touching on that. [They will be] shift[ing] between genders occasionally as well."[9]

Another Loki solo series called Vote Loki started in 2016.[10] In this series Loki decides to run in the US Presidential election,[11] but loses seemingly after their tricks are uncovered by the media; they are later revealed to have lost intentionally on behalf of the then-winning candidate.

Fictional character biography[edit]

Many years ago, when Bor, ruler of Asgard, was battling frost giants, he followed a wounded giant to a powerful sorcerer that was waiting for him. The sorcerer caught him unaware, turning Bor into snow. Bor's son, Odin, found his father as he was blowing away; Bor begged Odin to find a sorcerer to free him, but Odin made no attempt to save his father. Bor cursed Odin saying that he would take in the child of a fallen king and raise it as his own. Not a week later, Odin himself led the Asgardians into battle against the Frost Giants and killed Laufey, who was the King, in personal combat. After slaying Laufey, Odin found a small Asgardian-sized child hidden within the primary stronghold of the Frost Giants. The child was Loki; Laufey having kept them hidden from the Frost Giant people due to his shame over the child's small size. Odin took the child, out of a combination of pity, to appease the memory of his father, and because they were the child of a worthy adversary slain in honorable combat, and raised as his own alongside his biological son Thor.[12]

Throughout childhood and into their adolescence, Loki was resentful of the differences between how they were treated by the citizens of Asgard in comparison to their Thor.[13] The Asgardians valued great strength, tenacity, and bravery in battle above all things, and Loki was clearly inferior to their brother Thor in those areas. What they lacked in size and strength, however, they made up for in power and skill, particularly as a sorcerer. As Loki grew to adulthood, their natural talent for causing mischief would make itself manifest and earned them a nickname as the "God[dess] of Mischief"; their mischievousness eventually became malice as their hunger for power and revenge grew stronger. Several times they tried to use tricks to get rid of Thor, such as telling him to guard a hole in the wall that they themselves had made. In time, their reputation grew from being a playful and mischievous trickster to the "God[dess] of Evil". Over the centuries, Loki attempted on many occasions to seize the rulership of Asgard and to destroy Thor, even helping the Storm Giant Ghan to escape Thor planning to get a debt from him later, and aided other enemies of Asgard, planning to take over. Odin, who had grown weary of Loki's mischief, magically imprisoned them within a tree until someone would shed a tear for their plight. Loki eventually freed themselves by causing a leaf to strike Heimdall, the guardian of Bifrost, in the eye, which made him shed a tear. Loki compiled an extensive criminal record in Asgard, and was frequently exiled.[14] They later met the Sorcerer Eldred, who taught them black magic, repaying Eldred by later giving him to the Fire demon Surtur.

Battles with Earth's heroes[edit]

Loki's schemes eventually came to include Earth itself, and often fought with Earth's superhuman heroes to take their planet, and often Asgard itself. They first battled Thor on Earth in modern times after escaping from the tree;[15] Loki then manipulated the Hulk into wreaking havoc using an illusion of dynamite on train tracks while in their astral form, in an attempt to lure Thor to Earth, which inadvertently led to the formation of the Avengers as several other heroes came to meet the Hulk.[16]

Thor was one of the founding members of this superhuman team, and often led them into battle against Loki. Several times Loki, while not directly battling Thor, caused other threats for Thor to battle, like increasing the mental powers of a carnival fortune teller Sandu, making him powerful enough to lift buildings with his mind,[17] and releasing a Lava Man called Molto by accident when causing a long-dead volcano to explode.[18] When Loki convinced Odin to punish Thor, Odin took away half of Thor's power, after which Loki returned the memory of the 23rd-century villain Zarrko. Zarrko defeated Thor and took him back to help conquer his time period, although the God of Thunder was able to finally capture the villain.[19] Loki even released Mr. Hyde and Cobra by paying their bail, then doubled their powers. Loki told them to kidnap Jane Foster, which they knew would attract Thor's attention, but Hyde and Cobra were again defeated.[20] Loki finally went after Jane Foster himself, sending her to another dimension. However Doctor Strange was able to protect her, and Thor forced Loki to return her.[21]

Among Loki's better-known henchmen was the human criminal Carl "The Crusher" Creel, whom Loki transformed into the superhuman criminal known as the Absorbing Man.[22] Creel would prove to be a formidable adversary to Thor and other Avengers over the years. Loki went so far as to attempt to turn Odin against Thor and to steal Thor's enchanted hammer Mjolnir in an attempt to attain freedom, but their efforts failed. Upon convincing Odin to go to Earth and leave them in charge of Asgard with part of the Odinforce, they released Skagg, the largest Storm Giant, and Surtur, the largest Fire Demon, to try to destroy Odin. However, Thor and Balder helped defeat the monsters, and Loki was sent to serve the Trolls. Loki was responsible for the Destroyer being awakened, by leading a Hunter to the Temple where the Destroyer armor resided using their mental abilities while Thor was nearby, causing the soul of the Hunter to animate the armor, but Thor forced the Hunter to return to his body, then buried the armor under thousands of tons of rock.[23] The Absorbing Man was brought back to Earth by Loki and battled Thor, but Loki quickly took him to Asgard when Thor was on the verge of defeating them. The Absorbing Man defeated the Asgardians without too much trouble and absorbed Odin's attacks. However Loki and the Absorbing Man were exiled into space due to a trick by Odin,[24] then sending their astral form back to Earth and taking over the Destroyer armor, attempting to take over Asgard; Odin then sent Balder to discover the location of Loki, then using his powers to send Loki out of the Destroyer armor.[25]

Taking over Asgard[edit]

Loki's destiny to be the cause of Ragnarök was later recounted.[26] Loki returned from exile in space, but was then stripped of their powers and exiled to Earth by Odin. Loki plotted to gain new powers from Karnilla; however, this accidentally created the Wrecker, who gained Asgardian powers upon being mistaken for Loki after knocking them out and putting on their helmet just before Karnilla appeared in response to Loki's ritual. They almost killed Thor by collapsing a building on him, as Thor had been stripped of all his powers except his strength by Odin. Loki then fomented a battle between Thor and the Destroyer animated by Sif.[27] Loki then took command of Asgard during the Odinsleep, using their right as the 'son' of Odin before Thor could claim it, but fled when Asgard was invaded by Mangog, realizing that this new foe was too powerful.[28]

Loki later usurped the throne of Asgard by taking the Odinring, but fled again when Asgard was invaded by Surtur.[29] Subsequently, they attempted to destroy Thor by switching bodies with him, granting them Thor's raw strength against their own inexperienced use of magic in Thor's hands; regardless, Thor was able to regain his true appearance by tricking Loki into throwing Mjolnir away so that it became stuck in a cliff, causing Thor's (Loki's) body to return to the human form of Donald Blake and allowing Thor to regain control of his true form.[30] Much later, Loki usurped the throne of Asgard again and set the Destroyer against Thor once more.[31] Shortly after that, Loki caused the temporary death of Balder using mistletoe, having conspired with Hela to cause Ragnarök if their last plan had failed. At this time, Loki's estranged wife Sigyn returned to Asgard. When Loki was chained and a viper dripped poison on their face as punishment for killing Balder, Sigyn tried helping him. Loki attempted to bring about Ragnarök, but was foiled by Odin.[32] Alongside Tyr and his forces, Loki stole the golden apples of Idunna and invaded Asgard with help from their daughter, the Midgard serpent, but then changed sides and aided Odin's forces in defeating Tyr.[33]

Despite Loki's seeming hatred of their adoptive brother and father, Loki helped to defend Asgard from destruction from Surtur and his fire demons. This was because Surtur's goal was to destroy Asgard, whereas Loki sought only to rule it. Alongside Odin and Thor, Loki battled Surtur, and witnessed the seeming demise of Odin.[34] Not long after that, Loki transformed Thor into a frog for a time, using the Twilight Sword. Thor was turned back when Volstagg destroyed one of the machines Loki had used to transform Thor.[35] They then involved the X-Men and Alpha Flight in a plot to gain favor with "Those Who Sit Above in Shadow" by trying to prove that they could do a truly good deed by offering to grant the wishes of the two teams—such as giving Puck a normal body while granting Rogue the ability to touch again—but failed the test after trying to force the gifts on the heroes after they rejected them, the two teams learning that these enhanced powers—and the further powers that Loki would grant to the world—would deprive those who received the gifts of the ability to imagine and create new things, essentially destroying what it meant to be human.[36]

Acts of Vengeance[edit]

In disguise, Loki manipulated a group of master villains into engineering the "Acts of Vengeance". With these prime movers, they set into motion a plot against the Avengers and other heroes, sending the Juggernaut against Thor, and casting a spell that caused temporary bouts of weakness in Thor. They then battled the combined forces of the West Coast and East Coast Avengers. Their identity and role in the proceedings was ultimately revealed, and they were then defeated by the Avengers.[37][38][39] Loki would actually die at the hands of Thor,[40] although manipulation of the time stream would later bring them back.[41] During this time, Loki briefly travelled to the dimension of the Ultraverse to seek out the Infinity Gems.[42]

Loki's first female form, taken from Lady Sif. Art by Olivier Coipel

Modern era[edit]

Morwen, a powerful agent of chaos, was released and took Tessa Black, a daughter of Loki from their female form, as a host. With Doctor Strange unavailable, Loki and Spider-Man work together to free her. Loki proclaims that they owe an as-of-yet unpaid debt to their temporary ally.[43]

A short while later, Loki was prophesized to lead Asgard's enemies into destroying the "Eternal Realm" in a final conflict known as Ragnarök, part of the continuing Asgardian cycle of the birth, life, and death presided over by beings known as "Those Who Sit Above in Shadow" who drew sustenance from the energies expended during these cycles. In the final confrontation between the siblings before that battle, Thor hung Loki's head from his belt so they could watch the final moments of the battle.[44]

After Ragnarök, Loki returned in a female body working with Doctor Doom so Thor would unwittingly resurrect his Asgardian enemies[45] and manipulated Balder to make them the new successor to the throne of Asgard.[46] Secretly, Loki additionally attained a combination of their male and female forms, carrying Thor's reborn lover Sif within themselves as their daughter. During this period, Hela and Loki used magic to send Loki to the past to cause the events that led to their younger self being adopted by Odin as a means to eliminate Bor, Thor's grandfather.[47]

During the Secret Invasion, Loki goaded the Asgardians into believing Beta Ray Bill was a Skrull, but Thor showed that Loki was lying.[48] After the Skrulls were defeated, they joined the Cabal, consisting of themselves, Norman Osborn, Emma Frost, Doctor Doom, Namor, and the Hood,[49] so Osborn could launch his new world order, promising Loki that they could Restore Asgard back to the heavens where it belonged.[50] Loki and Sif are soon restored to their respective bodies[51] and following the Hood's depowerment, Loki offers him a second chance.[52]

Mighty Avengers[edit]

Loki as the Scarlet Witch

The Scarlet Witch appeared in her astral form recruiting a team of Avengers to face the Elder God Chthon.[53] It was soon revealed that this Wanda was Loki in disguise. The Avengers, unaware of Loki's trick, followed the false "Wanda's" instructions.[54] Their goal was to throw Norman Osborn off-balance, as shown during the second meeting of the Cabal. After Thor was banished due to her trickery, Loki intended to put "cracks in Osborn's armor" and gradually "widen" these cracks through the Mighty Avengers. Pietro Maximoff, desiring to see and converse with his sister, joined the Mighty Avengers. He raced around the world searching for her, not knowing that his nephews Billy and Tommy had just done so and also failed to find her.[55]

However, Loki had planned on the deaths of Pietro and Cassandra Lang, fearing they may form wedges in their plans. Cutting off communications from the former, they tried to convince Hank Pym to expel Cassie after placing a spell on her to prevent her from saying anything bad about their disguise. The latter, however, invited her fellow Young Avengers into the Infinite Avengers Mansion (an extension of the PymPocket), to prove that the Scarlet Witch was evil. When Wiccan cast a spell to bring Scarlet Witch to them, Loki appeared as Scarlet Witch and stated that Cassandra Lang sealed their fate. Just then, Ronin appeared and ambushed the "Scarlet Witch".[56] He determined that she was not Wanda by kissing her and stating that the real Scarlet Witch would have used her power to revive Cassandra's father. Wiccan then chanted a spell to reveal Loki's true form. Afraid of exposure, Loki was forced to leave, swearing all their deaths.[57] The continued achievements of the Mighty Avengers strained Osborn to the breaking point. Loki decided to play the final card that would break Osborn by unleashing the Absorbing Man, who had absorbed the power of the Cosmic Cube.[58] In the Dark Avengers, Loki secreted themselves inside Norman Osborn's office in their female form, manipulating Osborn into becoming the Green Goblin again, as Siege begins.[59]


Loki was present at the Cabal when Norman Osborn denied bringing Namor to Doctor Doom. When the Doombot posing as Doctor Doom unleashed insect-like robots, Loki advised the Hood to take flight. Following Osborn's talk with the President, Loki advised recreating an incident similar to the Stamford Incident that would bring about the invasion upon Asgard.[60][61]

They then revealed a plot to Osborn that would take advantage of Volstagg's presence in Chicago. Since Volstagg had gone for adventures like Thor, the U-Foes could attack him and destroy a packed Soldier Field during an American football game, killing thousands while Osborn and he watched in astral form. Loki then warned Balder about Osborn's impending attack on Asgard, claiming that they had tried to convince Osborn not to attack,[62][63] killing the Asgardian who actually prophesied the attack and then sending Heimdall's chamber beneath Asgard,[64] so he couldn't warn the Asgardians in time. When Osborn subsequently called out for Loki's aid, Loki sent the Hood and their diminished syndicate as reinforcements to help Osborn's forces against the Avengers.[65][66] Loki later appeared to Balder, telling him that they would have simply pardoned Thor instead of banishing him if they had not wanted the throne of Asgard for himself. Balder later banished Loki from Asgard.[67]

Sometime after, Loki magically disguised themselves as Osborn's Green Goblin persona to lay siege to Asgard, Loki encountered the Disir (the Valkyries of Bor) after they lured them using several wandering god's souls they imprisoned as bait, revealing that they desired to gain their service as theur slaves. The 13 Disir unite and assault Loki as one, but Loki managed to defeat them using extraordinary swordsmanship skills, thus forcing them to submit to them and declare them the victor. Loki meets with Hela and asks her what she will give them in exchange for a new Hel, to which she answers 'Anything.' She then met with Mephisto, demonstrating the power of the Disir and agreeing to lend him the Disir for a hundred and one days in exchange for the demon lord granting a portion of his netherworld to Hela for one thousand and one years, as her new "Hel", which Mephisto agrees to. In exchange for this, Hela erased Loki from the Books of Hel, thus, they were no longer tied to Hel or Asgard, gaining absolute freedom. Mephisto asked Loki why they had resorted to such schemes, to which Loki replied it was more fun this way.[68][69]

When the combined forces of the New Avengers, Young Avengers, and the Secret Warriors defeated the Dark Avengers, Thor demanded to know where Loki was. Norman Osborn could only tell him that they were dead, just like "the rest of them" as the true form of the Void appeared.[65][66] As the creature tore apart the three teams, Loki began to repent, realizing that what had happened to Asgard was not what they wanted, begging their father, Odin, to return to them the Norn Stones (which were previously taken away from the Hood and given to the trickster), using their power to empower the three teams and give the powers of the Hood's gang to them to fight back against the Void. However, the Void sensed Loki's hand in this and attacked them, the stones having not affected the Void directly. As Loki was torn apart by the Void's tendrils in front of a shocked Thor, their last words were to apologize to their brother. Thor resolved to avenge his fallen sibling and destroyed the Void and the Sentry with a lightning strike, before taking the Sentry's remains into outer space and releasing them into the Sun.[70][71]


Loki reincarnated, in Thor #617

Thor, missing his sibling, searched for Loki who had returned to life in the form of a young boy; as due to their schemes their name was removed from the Book of Hell, allowing them to permanently cheat death. Now located in Paris, France, Loki was a street hustler going by the name of Serrure (the French word for lock), who feigned simple card tricks in front of an audience while an accomplice pickpocketed them. Thor, in civilian disguise, gave chase, resulting in the restoration of Loki's memory, but not of their past life with the exception of a guilty conscience for things they cannot remember. With nothing to lose, Loki followed Thor, who restored part of their identity to him (though they remained in the form of a child), and asked when precisely Thor got so old, to which Thor smiled.[72] Thor took Loki to the remains of Asgard, where plans were made to help the refugees of the World Tree.[73] With the resurrection of Odin, Loki was frightened away and fled with Thor, who lambasted Odin for scaring them away. Running into Iron Man, Loki was saved by Thor, who defended his own reasons for bringing the trickster back.[74]

Journey into Mystery[edit]

With the Asgardian population other than Thor still wary of Loki, Loki revealed to their brother that they were attempting to learn more about Earth and humans, to which Thor approves. When a magpie exploded in his quarters carrying a key, it led to a chain of events where at the end, Loki was contacted by an echo of their former incarnation, who revealed they chose to sacrifice themselves while fighting the Void as part of a greater plan which would involve the death of their present form and return of their former form. The child Loki refused to follow this path, wanting to be their own person, and transformed the spirit of their former self into a magpie named Ikol. On returning to Earth, they witnessed Odin striking down Thor.[75]

Odin prepared all of Asgard for an unknown battle and imprisoned Thor for attempting to protect Midgard from being scoured. Loki, who disagreed with Odin's actions, was put to work by Volstagg into cleaning the stables of Thor's goats to keep him out of trouble and danger. Using the wool of one of the goats, Loki descended into the roots of the world tree at the advice of Ikol to ask questions from the Nornish women who live there. After receiving answers, Loki wept but decided to turn to the imprisoned Thor for his opinion before making their final decision. Breaking into the prison by stealth, Loki asked their brother what he would do if he had to let something bad happen in order to prevent something worse from happening, and what if it cost him everything. With Thor's answer, Loki decided to free one of the imprisoned Hel Wolves and bind it to them in servitude using the bridle of Thor's goats, then revealing they would need help from one more 'personage' before heading for the realm of Hela.[76]

Having recovered Thor's hammer after Thor had been killed and erased from memory following the war against the Serpent, Loki was able to work with the Silver Surfer to restore the hammer to its natural state and send it to Thor in the afterlife, restoring his memory and allowing him to fight his way back into the realm of the living.[77] After Thor's return, Ikol would afterward reveal that circumstances had been manipulated to force the young Loki to allow their former personality to subsume them and live again, their former slate wiped clean by the "new" Loki's actions.[78] During their adventures, the young Loki had inadvertently helped create and was tied to a powerful artifact that was about to be used by Mephisto to conquer all the Hells and ultimately everything.[79] However, if the new Loki ceased to be, the artifact would lose all power. Seeing no other option, Loki allowed Ikol to become Loki again, ceasing to be, but warning beforehand that the Ikol personality was incapable of true change and believing this older persona would ultimately be stopped by those who always stopped them before, their brother included, imbuing them with their experiences. Horrified at what they had become and done to their former self, the new Loki breaks down, screaming "I am the crime that will not be forgiven!".[78]

Young Avengers[edit]

Kid Loki joined the Young Avengers in the 2013 relaunch of the series as part of Marvel NOW!.[80] When Wiccan and Hulkling are captured by an interdimensional parasite known as Mother, Loki comes to their aid and rescues them from the prison that they were being held in. They admit that they need help to defeat the creature, but are wary of trusting Loki, knowing who they are. They go to Asgard, and are met with Loki's father.[81] With the help of Miss America, the team flee to New York City, but are once again met by the parasite, and are captured.[82] They are saved by Kate Bishop and Noh-Varr, but they are then attacked by citizens of New York City who fall under the control of Mother as the team flies by in Noh-Var's ship. The team flees to Central Park in order to minimize the number of civilians in the area. Once there, Loki tells the group that their only choice to save themselves is to either kill Wiccan, or allow Loki to borrow Wiccan's powers for ten minutes so that they can save them. Seeing no other option, Wiccan agrees, and Loki immediately teleports away, seemingly abandoning the group to face the mob of mind-controlled New Yorkers on their own.[83]

While they had originally intended to leave the group to die, Loki has an internal conversation with their child self (that still exists within them) whom they killed at the end of Journey into Mystery, and is convinced to return to the team. Once there, they defeat the creature, but the team is forced to leave New York, as Wiccan's spell is still intact.[84] While the rest of the team is busy, Loki meets with Mother, revealing that they had planned everything that had happened with the parasite, working in order to gain access to Wiccan's immense power so that they can gain back the abilities they lost when they were reincarnated.[85]

The team is left in a situation where neither Wiccan nor Loki are powerful enough to fight Mother. In order to increase Loki's power, Wiccan ages Loki's body to that of a teenager, increasing their powers.[86] Now able to take on Mother, as well as Leah, who had recruited the exes of the other Young Avengers members, the group goes to Mother's dimension to stop things once and for all. In their confrontation with Leah, she taunts Loki for destroying their younger self.[87] Realizing that she is merely an illusion created by their own guilty conscience, Loki confesses their part in freeing Mother, as well as for killing their younger self. Now sated, the exes and Leah vanish, allowing the Young Avengers to defeat Mother. When Wiccan turns to introduce his teammate to his parents, he finds that Loki is missing, having fled the scene wracked with guilt over their actions.[88] Later, when the team throws a New Year's party, Prodigy sees Loki watching them and confronts them, only to find out that Loki supplied the money behind the party. Loki admits that if they came back, the team would probably forgive them, and therefore they will not show themselves, feeling unworthy of their forgiveness. After briefly making a pass at Prodigy, Loki appears to teleport away. As the party ends and the team leaves, Loki looks on fondly at a photo of themselves with the team.[89]

Agent of Asgard[edit]

In a mission for the All-Mother, Loki traveled from space to Midgard in order to collect five keys Odin had once forged for them should they be worthy. Using their sorcery and wits, Loki used the keys to claim Gram, the sword of Sigurd, as their own.[90] They also befriended a human, Verity Willis, with the power to always know if she is being lied to. She and Loki develop a great friendship, and through them, she develops friendships with Sigurd and Lorelei, while Loki continues to run missions for the All-Mother. They later discover that they are all being manipulated by King Loki, Loki's villainous and depraved possible future self, who is much the same as the old Loki was before their death and resurrection. While Loki fears one day becoming King Loki, they also know that their future self is determined to make it happen.[91]

During the AXIS storyline, Loki appears as a member of Magneto's unnamed superhero group during the fight against Red Skull's Red Onslaught form.[92] A spell by Scarlet Witch and Doctor Doom inadvertently causes a wave which inverts the moralities of all the heroes and villains present. With their basic morality inverted, Loki becomes romantically involved with Amora the Enchantress, although they soon find that their inverted morality is not as straightforward as for the other "villains". While before Loki was devious but likable, Verity quickly sees the new Loki is pious, priggish, and while 'good', disloyal to a fault; they betray Lorelei and Sigurd to the returned All-Father, Odin, knowing full-well that Odin will punish their small crime with a heinous overblown punishment. Later, in the final battle of AXIS, Loki fights their brother (whose morality is also inverted) on the moon, and to their surprise, Loki is able to lift Thor's hammer and beat him with it. Their triumph, and feeling of great power and accomplishment, is short-lived; Scarlet Witch's second inversion wave restores Loki and Thor's original moral 'axes'. The hammer drops from Loki's hand, and the scream of the Kid Loki whom they killed is heard for miles, bellowing 'I am the crime that cannot be forgiven'. The effects of Scarlet Witch's spell are seen again later; Loki can no longer tell a lie. In a heart to heart with Thor, they find themselves compelled to admit what happened: that in the former incarnation of Ikol, they had murdered the sweet reborn Loki and taken their chance at a new life away. Thor, now seeing Loki not as his sibling but as a murderous creature that stole his sibling's shot at life, surrenders Loki to Asgard for justice at the hands of their people.[93]

After Freyja banishes Loki from Asgard, they finds themselves on Earth, where King Loki and Verity are. King Loki tells Verity of the awful things Loki did during their time with the Young Avengers, and she flees, not wanting to have to deal with them anymore. King Loki then ties up their younger self and starts telling them why they have done all of this. As it turns out, in King Loki's future, Loki did complete their duty as Asgard's agent, clearing all of their horrible deeds from their name. However, they were still viewed as nothing more than the "God[dess] of Lies", and, being unable to take it anymore, once again became an enemy of Thor; an unknown amount of time later, King Loki destroys the Earth, leaving it a barren wasteland. King Thor confronts King Loki, Loki raising an army of skeletal Avengers, fleeing while Thor fights their undead friends. Realizing that they would never be able to defeat their brother, King Loki goes back in time to a time when Thor was at his weakest, when he lacked the power to wield Mjolnir. By moving the time-table up by only a few years, King Loki could kill Thor while still one day successfully destroying the Earth.[94]

Loki then goes into a metaphorical space, where Old Loki and Kid Loki are, telling them that they will not be able to change their story. Verity then calls them out, telling Loki that because King Loki did not recognize her, an alternate future is already unfolding. Loki now decides to change their destiny, realizing that lies are just stories, and as the god of them, they can tell a new one. They then seemingly destroys themselves, sending King Loki to the now changed near-future. Eight months pass, and the sky turns red as the Secret Wars is about to begin, when Verity hears a knock on her door, with a new Loki standing there, claiming to be the "God[dess] of Stories".[95]

Loki reborn. Art by Lee Garbett

Secret Wars[edit]

The "Last Days" part of the Secret Wars storyline picks up directly after the prior events with Verity being unsure if she can trust Loki now that they are a different person. Loki tells Verity that she is important in this end of the world event. Meanwhile, King Loki has set the Midgard Serpent free, and plans on using it to destroy Asgard.[96] As King Loki wages war on Asgard, killing gods and cracking jokes, the younger Loki places Verity Willis' soul in a pretty glowing bracelet to protect her from being annihilated along with her physical form when the Multiverse comes to an end. Just as it seems certain that King Loki will defeat the Asgardians, Freyja sacrificed her life to destroy Jormungandr and Odin blows the fabled Gjallarhorn (the Horn of Heroes) to resurrect the dead gods, as foretold, for their final battle. To King Loki's astonishment, Loki is alive and turns up to join the legion of deceased gods in Asgard's defence. Upon being faced with Loki and all the resurrected gods, King Loki loses their nerve and flees into the ether.[97] Loki is hailed by all as a hero. This is exactly what all previous iterations of Loki would have wanted most: attention, adoration, praise. Odin even proudly compares Loki to Thor and calls him "son", but Loki shakes off Odin's promises insisting that they're done with taking "sides". Loki and Verity then survive the incursion,[98] and chase away the gods who sit above the Multiverse, who want Loki to surrender the stories of Asgard, which they are keeping in preservation. They also discover King Loki, another survivor of the incursions, and upon explaining that they understand King Loki's motivations. King Loki breaks down in tears, and Loki places their alternate self in their sceptre as a reminder of their potential to commit great evil. Loki then explains that the universe will be reborn, and invites Verity to follow them, into a new reality by creating a door labelled 'Next', although they are unsure as to whether they will change again on the other side.[99]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Loki is a member of the race of Frost Giants of Jotunheim, although not a giant in stature. They possess physical attributes equal to a fit member of their race, such as enhanced strength, stamina (their Frost Giant metabolism grants him superhuman levels of physical stamina in practically all activities), speed, durability enough to withstand high-caliber bullets without harm, and immunity to all known diseases and toxins, as well as resistance to magic and aging.

Loki possesses genius-level intelligence and has extensive training in magic, and possesses the ability to manipulate magical forces for a variety of purposes: energy projection, creation of force fields, temporarily increasing their own physical capabilities, granting superhuman abilities to living beings or inanimate objects, flight, hypnosis, illusion casting and inter-dimensional teleportation.

Loki's magical abilities have been described as equal to those of Karnilla, the most skilled sorceress of Asgard.[100][101] His illusion casting can fool cities,[102] and powerful entities such as Surtur.[103] They have been able to break free of Celestial technology in the possession of Apocalypse.[104]

Loki possesses extrasensory abilities and is capable of astral projection and casting their thoughts across great distances—even across dimensional barriers, like that between Asgard and Earth—even if they are unable to move. They cannot read the minds of other beings, although they can influence their actions, and once briefly hypnotized Thor and controlled a flock of birds. However, they could not coerce Thor to give them Mjolnir.[15] If someone has foul, dirty or otherwise "evil" thoughts, Loki can influence their actions (even if they are in Asgard and the subject is on Earth),[23] and can influence other events to some degree, such as diverting a missile from its path,[105] or redirecting a radio signal.[106]

Loki is an adept shapeshifter who can switch between genders and different species (examples include transmogrification to a salmon, horse, etc.) or impersonate other people, such as Thor or Captain America. However, they do not necessarily gain the abilities of whatever or whoever they turn into, although minor natural abilities such as flight in bird form and the ability to give birth tend to work. Loki may mimic the abilities of some supernatural beings if they turn into such creatures. Loki has also turned clouds into dragons, and animated trees to attack Thor.[107] After their rebirth, their shapeshifting abilities are more limited, explaining to Lorelei that, "I can turn into anything, as long as it's me", which they demonstrate by transforming from their female form of Lady Loki into a lupine form.[108]

Loki has imbued themselves with magical abilities that enable them to withstand injuries that would prove fatal to another Asgardian, such as being beheaded by Balder. They have also been shown to be immune to the Controller's control disk,[109] the mental influence of the Voice, and the power-sapping abilities of Rogue.[110]

Loki crafted a method of cheating death, being reincarnated upon any "death" through an arrangement with the various incarnations of Death that their name be erased from the books of Hell.[68][69]

Loki possesses a brilliant intellect, with some knowledge of technology, as illustrated by the time when they created a machine to amplify Iceman's powers,[111] and when they attached devices to the Twilight sword to tap into its powers.[112] Loki is an expert manipulator and schemer, frequently using pawns in their plans. They are sometimes armed with a sword, a whip, or a three-pronged spear and have used magical items (such as the Norn Stones[volume & issue needed]) to enhance their powers.

Other versions[edit]

Loki Triumphant[edit]

A 4-issue series simply titled Loki, where Loki has now claimed leadership of Asgard, and all must recognize that fact, even Thor. Finally winning the throne after a long-sought out fight is not as sweet as they thought it would be. The ones that helped them now demand their due and the favors they promised them, including the death goddess Hela and seductress Lorelei.[113] While they go about their kingdom, Loki continually turns to their prisoners, Thor and Sif. Sif berates Loki 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 them that they have died and gone to Hell, and while there, they saw that there are parallel dimension incarnations of Thor, Loki, and Balder; some different, yet all play the same roles. And Loki's role is never to rule. Loki then turns to Karnilla, and agrees to free Balder into her care, in exchange for her peering into a myriad other dimensions for them.[114] There, Loki sees confirmation of Balder's words, all with Thor triumphant. Loki decides that Thor will indeed die at dawn by beheading. While walking out of the dungeons, they run into Fárbauti, their birth father.[115] Loki decides to go against fate, and spare their brother as well as free them, while Hela is revealed to be a failed illusion cast by another Loki to convince them to kill their brother. Thor decides that when breaking free from his prison, he will defeat his sibling.[116]

Heroes Reborn[edit]

In the reality of Heroes Reborn, Loki set forth to return to Asgard where they find that the Rainbow bridge is missing and, upon searching mystically, realizes that the nine worlds of Asgard are seemingly also missing. They go searching for his brother and find them frozen in a block of ice in Norway, where he has just been discovered by archeologist Dr. Donald Blake. Loki attempts to destroy Thor then and there and finds that their magic is unable to do so. To their surprise, they found that they had also been reborn in this reality. Blake showed the Avengers the frozen Thor and after they work together to free him from the ice, Loki tricked the confused Thor into battling the Avengers. Thor eventually realized his sibling's deception and watched as the Scarlet Witch banished Loki into limbo. They offered Thor a spot on the team and he accepted.[117]

Realizing this universe had no Asgard, and as such no Odin, Loki decided a larger revenge scheme was in order, and sought out Enchantress to help them in this end. They sought to take control of the Scarlet Witch and make her their pawn. In doing so, they incapacitated her teacher Agatha Harkness, trapping her essence in a tree and had the Enchantress pose as her. The Enchantress then put the Scarlet Witch under her spell. Loki meanwhile tricked the Hulk into attacking Avengers Island, causing a breach in the gamma core there; however, an assemblage of the Avengers and Fantastic Four prevented any disaster from happening.[118]

Realizing the foes that some people on this world had a unique energy that Loki could absorb (thereby absorbing their bodies), they sought out these beings and absorbed their power. While keeping the Avengers busy they absorbed the forms of Kang, Mantis, Baron Zemo, MODOK, Executioner, Wonder Man and others; they also tricked the Avengers Hawkeye and Hellcat to join their ranks, transferring Hellcat's essence into Scarlet Witch's body. Thor soon grew tired of the Avengers' morality on killing their foes and left the group, becoming easy prey for the Enchantress to enthrall him to joining Loki's side.[119]

Loki soon learned that the source of the power they were absorbing came from the gamma core on Avengers Island, which was a rift in time and space that was seemingly creating villains for the Avengers to fight. They sent their minions to attack the remaining Avengers (now teamed with the true Thor of Earth-616) while they absorbed this power. When Loki absorbed the power from the gamma core, they were given untold power and grew to gigantic proportions. When Thor and Enchantress attempted to join them, they betrayed them. Realizing this betrayal, Hawkeye, Thor, Enchantress and Hellcat go over to the heroes side and Enchantress, Agatha Harkness and Scarlet Witch pool their magical powers to turn one of the Thors into a giant replica of Odin to battle Loki, while the other Avengers work to build a device that will reverse Loki's newly obtained powers. Captain America goes toe-to-toe against Loki buying the others enough time to hit Loki with their power reversal cannon and allowing Thor to strike them with his hammer. The resulting combination causes Loki to suddenly disburse into the energy that they absorbed, seemingly destroying them and ending their threat.[120]

Earth X[edit]

Loki in alternate universe Earth X. Art by Matt Hollingsworth

In the reality of Earth-9997, Loki duped Odin into transforming Thor into a woman, saying he needed to learn humility in the form of a female. He later cast a spell on the Bifrost that if Thor would return to Asgard, Loki themselves would get free rein on Earth.[121] In this reality, Loki figured out that Asgardians aren't actually gods, but are instead long-lived mutants of incredible power who are mentally mind-locked by the Celestials into believing that they are immortal, never-changing gods so that they won't evolve further as mutants and potentially become a threat to their plans for Earth in the future. They tell Odin and the others of their true origin but they refuse to believe them. In order to make them see the truth, they stab themselves in the heart and is cast into Hela's realm of the dead. There, they convince them to oppose the Celestials' attack on Earth, but when fighting the Celestials, they make the Asgardians think that they are nothing and already dead, all except Loki.[122]

Years later, Odin sent Thor to Earth as a champion to battle Loki, but Loki convinced Thor of Odin's manipulation over the Asgardians and the two team up to battle him.[123] After Odin was defeated and Earth was safe, Thor reverted to his form of Donald Blake and Loki took the mantle of a new Thor, and with Ransak the Reject and Black Bolt, they became a new incarnation of the Avengers.[124]

Guardians of the Galaxy[edit]

In the Guardians of the Galaxy timeline (Earth-691), Loki is alive and well in the 31st Century, living on the moon. They lead an attack on Asgard with his squad of Inhuman Assassins for Composite's sonic diffusion muzzle when they are stopped by Woden Thorson, their nephew.[125] With the help of Talon and Aleta, they imprison Loki. Woden, Thor and Odin stand together to decide Loki's punishment and all three grasp Mjolnir and banish Loki and their Inhuman Assassin Squad to the Black Canyon.[126]

Marvel 2099[edit]

In the Marvel 2099 line of series, the original Asgardians were no more but the belief in them had grown into a full-fledged religion with many followers. Seeking to take advantage of this, a corporation called "Alchemax" decided to create their own Valhalla. One of the company's scientists, Jordan Boone, decided that they wanted to have powers and snuck into the program where they became Loki but still maintained their own personality. Boone (Loki) helps Doom, Krystalin, Bloodhawk, Timothy Fitzgerald and Meanstreak fight Alchemax's versions of Thor and Heimdall. After Heimdall is defeated, Loki watches as Doom defeats Thor, gloating about their plan to pit Alchemax and heroes against each other to gain enough superpower to shapeshift out of it. They transform into a bird and flies away.[127]

When Loki is next seen, they appear as the villainous Halloween Jack after being tortured by Desdemona and her brother Lytton after they accuse them of cheating in their casino. Loki seeks revenge on them for turning Boone "into a monster" and with the help of Meanstreak, they head to Las Vegas and find Desdemona alone in her office. They attack her, revealing to her their true form as Loki, and hacks into her accounts planning to 'make Vegas fun again'.[128]

Marvel Zombies[edit]

In the alternate Marvel Zombies universe, Loki is shown dead, having been eaten by the Zombie Avengers.[129]


In the reality of Earth-982, Loki kidnaps several major superheroes including Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson), the Stinger, Jolt, Jubilation Lee, Speedball, J2 and Mainframe after sending a fake distress call from the former Avengers mansion. They tie them up and takes them to Asgard, where they want to use Thunderstrike's mace's powers for themselves, but Kevin disrupts the spell, absorbing the mace into himself and transforming into a new Thunderstrike in the process. Loki and their army of Trolls are forced into retreat by the heroes, with help from Thor, now the King of Asgard. Thunderstrike, Stinger, J2 and Mainframe decide to stay together as the new Avengers. The adult heroes decline to stay with the reformed team because of personal reasons.[130]

Years later, Loki is bitter about the fact that they were the cause of the Avengers' formation and wants to get their revenge. They start kidnapping heroes, holding them prisoner in life-sized crystals when Captain America, J2, Thunderstrike, Spider-Girl and Wild Thing show up through a portal they found in another universe. The heroes are quickly outnumbered by Loki's robots and they vow to end The Age of Heroes.[131]

J2 and Spider-Girl escape but Captain America and Thunderstrike are chained and Loki plans to brainwash the heroes to send them back to Earth where they will become violent and turn against each so they will eventually destroy all the heroes. Their plan is ruined by Thor when he shows up after figuring out why certain superheroes are acting so much differently. Together, Thor, Captain America, Hulk and Spider-Girl get Loki to surrender. Captain America notices a gem hanging on Loki's neck, and smashes it with his shield. Loki was using this gem to help turn the heroes evil but once the gem is destroyed, the heroes revert to normal. A furious Loki releases a deadly blast on Captain America, killing him. Thor uses his hammer and sends Loki into Limbo forever and the Hulk decides to join them to make sure that Loki remains there. After Captain America dies, Thor uses his hammer to grant Captain America's soul immortality. His soul floats into the skies, and creates a shiny new, bright star in the sky in the form of Captain America's shield, meant to always inspire the heroes and future generations to come.[132]

In this universe, Loki has a daughter, Sylene, from their female form, who seeks revenge on the Avengers (especially her uncle Thor), for the honor of Loki, her mother.[133]

Mutant X[edit]

In the Mutant X universe, when Loki tampered with Iceman's powers, they left Iceman unable to touch other humans without ending their lives.[134]

Old Man Logan[edit]

In this alternate reality, Loki is allegedly killed (while giant-size) when the Baxter Building is dropped on them. All that remains as proof is a giant skeleton.[135]

Ultimate Marvel[edit]

Loki in the Ultimate Universe. Art by Greg Land

Loki appears in The Ultimates 2 as the evil half-sibling of Thor.[136] This version of Loki has the ability to "shuffle time and space", and in their first appearance, causes a ripple during Thor's conversation with Volstagg. In the restaurant, Loki is apparently in the background, which would mark their first "appearance" (they are mentioned and their powers apparently used, but they are only briefly seen).[136] Loki comes to Earth after escaping from the Room Without Doors and begins to cause havoc, especially for Thor and the United States after assisting the Liberators (multinational group of superpowered villains representing Syria, China, Iran, Russia, North Korea, and France). Through this power they creates the persona for themselves of "Gunnar Golmen", the head scientist of the Norwegian extension of the "European Defense Initiative", the European counterpart to The Ultimates, and turns Thor into "Thorlief", Gunnar's brother, a former mental patient who stole the technology that Gunnar created for the Initiative.[137]

Later in the story, Loki confronts the captive Thor and gloats that it is all just another one of their games, informing him that there is a traitor in the ranks of the Ultimates. When Thor requests assistance from the guards, Loki is nowhere to be seen, though he appears as a snake around Thor's neck after they leave (most likely a nod to the real Loki in Norse mythology).[138] At the end of Ultimates 2 No. 9, Loki states that the reason they joined the Liberators was because "They had a Norse god on their side. It's only fair you should get one too", and that "Odin sent his son to bring the world peace. I couldn't resist the opportunity to mess that up."[139] However, they are hesitant to use their abilities overtly as they claim Odin will then be easily able to find them. Yet once all The Liberators are defeated, they decide to do things themselves. After revealing to the Ultimates who they truly are, Loki rises into the air and change the color of the sky. At that moment—thanks to the Scarlet Witch 'calculating the odds' of someone showing up to defeat them—the sky opens and Thor, their brother, appears for revenge.[140]

Issue 13 shows further demonstrations of his powers by attempting to trap Thor in an illusion and withstanding a direct blow from Thor's hammer uninjured, claiming it cannot hurt them. During this battle, Thor mentions that Loki's powers have weakened for an unexplained reason. After Loki summons an army of monsters to battle the Ultimates and nearly kills Thor, the thunder god then proceeds to summon allies from Asgard while he strikes Loki with his hammer, sending them back to Asgard where Odin awaits.[141]

Loki's motivations for their actions are not completely revealed. They mention several motivations, from a desire to cause World War III to Odin favoring Thor over them and attempting to gain Odin's favor.[142] Throughout the whole ordeal, Loki regards humans as mere playthings for their pranks. In addition to creating a Norwegian super-soldier program that was supposedly part of an EU initiative and making people believe it was real, even though Norway is not part of the European Union, they also claimed to have been the one who framed Captain America for treason and murdering Hawkeye's family, regarding the failure of humans to realize the problems with these assertions as humorous.[141]

Loki is freed from their "punishment" in New Ultimates,[143] playing an integral part in the re-appearance of the Defenders, providing them with super-powers, as well the invasion of trolls to New York with the help of Amora the Enchantress.[144] They are later revealed to be the one behind Valkyrie's powers manifesting after the invasion forces attacked America.[144] In revenge against Thor, Loki impales Valkyrie with a sword, to which she is restored by Hela as a real Valkyrie and takes vengeance on Loki, banishing them to Hel.[145] Loki and every other Asgardian, excluding Thor, are then killed by the Children of Tomorrow (led by Reed Richards) when Asgard was destroyed.[146]

Ultimate Comics: Thor elaborates Loki's backstory. Loki was the child of Odin and the giantess Laufey, who procreated them as part of a peace settlement between Asgard and Jotunheim. Loki was always jealous of their older brother Thor for having been given Mjolnir and rebelled against Asgard by stealing the sacred Norn Stones (relic extensions of Odin's power) and killing their half-brother Balder with their favoured bow. Banished from Asgard, Loki (going under the disguise of Nazi supervillain Baron Zemo) waged an attack on the kingdom eons later, in 1939, with a coalition army of Frost Giants and Nazi soldiers, killing every Asgardian in-sight. Loki attempted a battle with Odin, only to be forced into the Room Without Doors while Asgard was destroyed. Using the Stones, Loki is later summoned by their son, the older Helmut Zemo (around the time The Hulk was fighting the Ultimates in Manhattan during Ultimates vol. 1). For his loyalty, Loki kills him, sending his soul to Valhalla.[147]

Goddess of Thunder[edit]

In the reality of Earth-1026, Thor has met and fallen in love with Ororo Munroe from the X-Men. Loki casts a spell on Tarene, who is insanely jealous of Ororo because she too has feelings for Thor. Maddened by Loki's spell, Tarene goes after Ororo and is killed by Thor when he steps in to protect her. With Tarene's death, her hammer goes to Ororo, making her Goddess of Thunder.[148]

Earth 3515[edit]

Loki wears Doctor Strange's Cloak of Levitation and Eye of Agamotto (April 2018). Art by Alex Ross

Thor rules over the entire Earth with Loki as his chief adviser and head of security in a 2003 story arc of Thor volume 2. Loki now wears Doctor Strange's Cloak of Levitation and the Eye of Agamotto.[149] Loki releases their secret weapon, the Destroyer with the spirit of Tarene animating it, hoping to solidify their grip on Earth forever.[150] Desak releases Tarene's spirit from the Destroyer and possesses the armor himself and attacks Thor and Loki. The siblings have words before Desak attacks again and this time kills Loki.[151]

King Loki[edit]

Throughout the Loki: Agent of Asgard series, the main villain was thought to be Loki of the past, when in reality it was revealed to be King Loki of the future, where Loki will inevitably turn evil once again.[152] This Loki came about when, after completing their duties as Asgard's agent, they were still looked down upon as the "God[dess] of Lies". After not being able to take it anymore, they stabbed Thor and proceeded to destroy the Earth, killing everyone on it. After King Thor came to seek revenge, King Loki raised the undead Avengers to attack him. Knowing they could not defeat their brother, King Loki then retreated to the past, where they planned to kill the Odinson while they were unable to wield Mjolnir.[94] This future was ultimately avoided when the present Loki changed their fate, but King Loki remained still at large.[95]

During the "Last Days" part of the Secret Wars storyline, King Loki devised a plan that involved traveling to Hel to free a monster that would destroy Asgard. The Asgardians later gather to witness King Loki on the back of the Midgard Serpent where they believe that this will be their end.[96] However, the real Loki appears and wards King Loki off, just as the universe ends. As Loki is now the God[dess] of Stories, they save a memory of the universe in the form of a story. After everything in existence is gone, Loki confronts a crying King Loki. As Loki would not be here without them, they embrace their no-longer future self. King Loki disappears, and Loki and their friend Verity await to see what the universe's next story will bring.[99]

After the timeline is restored, it was revealed that King Loki was seeking All-Black the Necrosword, the first symbiote. After killing Ego the Living Planet for the weapon, King Loki stabs King Thor, only to realize they themselves were then stabbed by a returned Gorr.[153]

In other media[edit]


  • Loki appears in the Thor segment of The Marvel Super Heroes.
  • Loki appears in the Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends episode "The Vengeance of Loki", voiced by John Stephenson.
  • Loki appears in the The Super Hero Squad Show episode "Oh Brother", voiced by Ted Biaselli.[154]
  • Loki appears in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, with Graham McTavish reprising the role from Hulk Vs. In the episode "Thor the Mighty", Loki manipulates a group of Frost Giants into attacking Asgard while Thor is on Earth, but they are all defeated by Thor while Loki is banished by Odin to the Isle of Silence. After Enchantress frees them in the episode "Masters of Evil", Loki returns in the episodes "This Hostage Earth", "The Fall of Asgard", and "A Day Unlike Any Other" to conquer Asgard and eight of the nine realms. After attempting to use the Masters of Evil to invade Earth using Karnilla's Norn Stones, the Avengers manage to destroy them and accidentally transport themselves to each of the eight realms. When Thor is captured, Loki reveals they had a hand in much of the series' events, such as the Avengers and Masters of Evil's creation, and that their initial attack and exile were part of a diversion. Eventually, Loki engages the Avengers and numerous Asgardian warriors in a final showdown, but they are defeated by Ant-Man and re-banished by Odin to a swamp-like realm where they are tortured by the Midgard Serpent.
  • Loki appears in the Disney XD-produced Marvel cartoons,[155] voiced primarily by Troy Baker.[156][157]
    • Loki appears in the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series episodes "Field Trip", "Run Pig Run", and the two-part episode "The Avenging Spider-Man".[citation needed]
    • Loki appears in the Avengers Assemble episodes "The Doomstroyer",[158] "Valhalla Can Wait",[159] "Back to the Learning Hall", and "Spectrums". After making a minor appearance in the third season, Avengers: Ultron Revolution, they return in a central role in the fourth season, Avengers: Secret Wars, wherein they use the Cabal and the Casket of Ancient Winters to take control of Earth while the Avengers and the New Avengers were unavailable, later temporarily aligned themelves with the two hero groups to stop the Beyonder before betraying them after stealing Doctor Strange's Eye of Agamotto, ultimately defeated by Thor and Thunderstrike.
    • Loki appears in the Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. episodes "For Asgard" and "Days of Future Smash: Smashgard".
    • Loki appears in the Guardians of the Galaxy animated series episodes "Stuck in the Metal with You", "We Are The World Tree", "Come and Gut your Love", "Asgard War Part One: Lightnin' Strikes", "Asgard War Part Two: Rescue Me", and "Symbiote War, Part 3: Thunder Road".
  • Loki appears in the Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload miniseries, voiced again by Troy Baker.[160]
  • Loki appears in the anime series Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers,[161] voiced by Tadashi Muto in Japanese and Crispin Freeman in English.[162] In the series' pilot episode, Loki's forces imprison several superheroes and supervillains in D.I.S.K.s and spend the rest of the series working to prevent the Avengers and their allies from finding and retaking them.
  • Loki appears in the Christmas TV special Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!, voiced again by Troy Baker.[citation needed]
  • Loki appears in the anime series Marvel Future Avengers, voiced by Tadashi Muto in Japanese and Trevor Devall in English.[162] Initially allying with the Masters of Evil, Loki is betrayed and imprisoned by Kang the Conqueror, before defecting and assisting the Avengers in stopping Kang's plans.
  • The MCU incarnation of Loki will appear in two upcoming Disney+ series, with Tom Hiddleston set to reprise the role in both.[163]


Tom Hiddleston as Loki at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International

Video games[edit]

Motion comics[edit]

Live performances[edit]

Collected editions[edit]

# Title Material Collected Pages Publication Date ISBN
Loki Series
Loki Loki vol. 1 #1–4 104 February 9, 2005 ISBN 978-0785116523
Thor and Loki Blood Brothers Loki vol. 1 #1–4; Journey Into Mystery #85, and material from Journey Into Mystery #112 (Tales of Asgard) 152 March 30, 2011 ISBN 978-0785149682
Thor The Trials of Loki Loki vol. 2 #1–4 112 April 27, 2011 ISBN 978-0785151654
Journey Into Mystery Series
1 Journey Into Mystery: Fear Itself Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #622–626 and material from Thor Spotlight (2011) and Fear Itself Spotlight (2011) 136 February 1, 2012 ISBN 978-0785148418
2 Journey Into Mystery: Fear Itself – Fallout Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #626.1; #627–631 142 March 28, 2012 ISBN 978-0785152620
3 Journey Into Mystery: Terrorism Myth Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #632–636 120 July 25, 2012 ISBN 978-0785161066
Journey into Mystery/New Mutants: Exiled Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #637–638; Exiled #1 and New Mutants vol. 3 #42–43 120 November 14, 2012 ISBN 978-0785165408
4 Journey Into Mystery: Manchester Gods Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #639–641 104 December 5, 2012 ISBN 978-0785161073
The Mighty Thor/Journey Into Mystery: Everything Burns Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #642–645; The Mighty Thor #18–22 216 January 29, 2013 ISBN 978-0785161684
Journey Into Mystery The Complete Collection 1 by Kieron Gillen Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #622–636 and #626.1 392 March 4, 2014 ISBN 978-0785185574
Journey Into Mystery The Complete Collection 2 by Kieron Gillen Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #637–645; Exiled #1; New Mutants vol. 3 #42–43; The Mighty Thor #18–22 456 September 9, 2014 ISBN 978-0785185741
Loki: Journey Into Mystery by Kieron Gillen Omnibus Journey Into Mystery vol. 3 #622–645 and #626.1; Exiled #1; New Mutants vol. 3 #42–43; The Mighty Thor #18–22 752 August 15, 2017 ISBN 978-1302908645
Loki: Agent of Asgard Series
1 Loki Agent of Asgard: Trust Me Loki: Agent of Asgard #1–5 and material from All New Marvel Now Point One (2014) #1 120 September 2, 2014 ISBN 978-0785189312
Original Sin: Thor and Loki The Tenth Realm Original Sin: Thor and Loki The Tenth Realm #5.1–5.5 112 November 25, 2014 ISBN 978-0785191698
2 Loki Agent of Asgard: I Cannot Tell a Lie Loki: Agent of Asgard #6–11 136 April 22, 2015 ISBN 978-0785193319
3 Loki Agent of Asgard: Last Days Loki: Agent of Asgard #12–17 136 September 23, 2015 ISBN 978-0785188193
Loki: Agent of Asgard – The Complete Collection Loki: Agent of Asgard (2014) #1-17, Original Sin (2014) #5.1-5.5 and material from All-New Marvel NOW! Point One (2014) #1 504 December 31, 2019 ISBN 978-1302920739
Vote Loki Series
Vote Loki Vote Loki #1–4, Journey Into Mystery #85 and material from Avengers vol. 1 #300 120 October 18, 2016 ISBN 978-1302902629


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