Okay, so I am a huge Loki fan. And by huge Loki fan I mean I would love to do an analysis on his brain and his character. Does anyone else find him to be a complex character with many different layers to his personality? (Credit goes to Tom Hiddleston for being able to convey such a character)
When I watched Thor for the first time I was struck at how close Thor and Loki were at the beginning. I was always led to believe that they never got along. I guess that Loki always resented Thor for always being the favourite child and future king. But he was a good guy at the beginning. Then he found out he was adopted. Which is never a nice thing to find out. Especially as an adult and having spent his whole life looking fairly different to his supposed family.
So I totally understand why he freaked out and questioned everything he knew. But what I don’t understand is why he decided to invade earth and cause so much havoc. I want to know exactly why Loki did what he did. What was his reasoning? What was Tom Hiddleston’s thought process as to why he played Loki the way he did? Does anyone actually know? Is there anyone out there who has studied the Thor comics extensively and can tell me? (I can’t seem to find physical copies of the comics anywhere, and there are not really any comic book stores near me. And even if I did find a copy, I wouldn’t be able to afford it. The curse of being unemployed I’m afraid)
Anyways, sorry for this rant. If you have any opinions on Loki, leave a comment. I would love to hear from you.
And on a slight tangent – who else is super keen for the new Superman movie (see what I did there? haha)
- C xxx