Loki #1 Variant Cover

Posted on April 20th, 2011 by The Heroic Age

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Loki #1 Variant Cover
The true origin of Thor’s archenemy and Marvel’s most unpredictable villain!
He is the lie-smith; he is the shape-changer; he is the fire that burns. The God of Mischief and Trickery, Loki. Meet the mirthful, beloved young man that made all the Asgardians laugh…until the first time he killed. Discover the gnarled roots of his twisted, unrelenting hatred of the Asgardians. And learn the chilling truth of why he’ll never be stopped…

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Loki #1 Variant Cover

Posted on April 20th, 2011 by The Heroic Age

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Loki #1 Variant Cover
The true origin of Thor’s archenemy and Marvel’s most unpredictable villain!
He is the lie-smith; he is the shape-changer; he is the fire that burns. The God of Mischief and Trickery, Loki. Meet the mirthful, beloved young man that made all the Asgardians laugh…until the first time he killed. Discover the gnarled roots of his twisted, unrelenting hatred of the Asgardians. And learn the chilling truth of why he’ll never be stopped…

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Loki #1

Posted on April 20th, 2011 by The Heroic Age

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Loki #1
The true origin of Thor’s archenemy and Marvel’s most unpredictable villain!
He is the lie-smith; he is the shape-changer; he is the fire that burns. The God of Mischief and Trickery, Loki. Meet the mirthful, beloved young man that made all the Asgardians laugh…until the first time he killed. Discover the gnarled roots of his twisted, unrelenting hatred of the Asgardians. And learn the chilling truth of why he’ll never be stopped…

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Loki’s Story Told from His Mischievous Point of View

Posted on July 21st, 2010 by The Heroic Age

Loki Lokis Story Told from His Mischievous Point of View

The Heroic Age: Loki #1
Over the years, Loki, the Asgardian God of Mischief, has done many things to earn his reputation as one of the Marvel Universe’s top villains. He’s murdered family members. He set into motion Ragnarok, the prophesied destruction of all Asgardians. Most recently, when Thor brought his fellow gods back from the oblivion of Ragnarok, Loki took advantage of the opportunity to trick the United States government into declaring war on his people. But is Loki ultimately to blame for all of his destructive acts, or is something else responsible? Writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Sebastian Fiumara begin to answer those questions and more this October when their four issue “Loki” miniseries begins.

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