CRITICAL – Powerless but still full of ego, the God of Mischief, an antihero adored by MCU fans, travels through time in the mischievous, Kafkaesque Disney + series.
After having surprised us with the poetry and the melancholy of a WandaVision, Marvel had relapsed into the great soulless spectacle of the patriotic and testosterone Falcon and the Winter Soldier. With Loki, third Disney + series inspired by its secondary superheroes, the comic book giant returns to its facetious creativity. As befits the god of mischief and discord in Norse mythology.
Adored by fans, the Loki as Tom Hiddleston finds the portrait in majesty he deserves. And partners of choice. The newcomers are Owen Wilson (Agent Mobius), his superior Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Judge Ravonna Renslayer) and Wunmi Mosaku (the reluctant Hunter B-15 soldier). At Figaro, they have no shortage of arguments to explain their entry into the MCU. These six episodes don’t undo Loki’s deadly sacrifice to Thanos in the film Infinity war, but follow an alternate Loki born from the Avengers’ journey into the past in Endgame. A double nicknamed “variant”
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