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Is Thor in Loki?

Although his father is the giant Fárbauti, he is included among the Aesir (a tribe of gods). Loki is represented as the companion of the great gods Odin and Thor. britannica.comLoki | Mythology, Powers, & Facts

Who was in the jar in Loki Episode 5?

The film, directed by Taika Waititi, is already set to feature more than one version of the God of Thunder. As a result, Throg's cameo in Loki Episode 5, while unexpected, strangely feels like a long time coming at this point. InverseThrog! 'Loki' Episode 5 cameo confirms the best 'Thor 4' leak

Is Alligator Loki a Loki?

With a new fan favorite now firmly established, the team behind the show spoke about the standout character, from what he looked like before to how he acted on set—and whether or not he is, in fact, a Loki. GizmodoAlligator Loki: Everything We Know About Marvel's Next Breakout Superstar

Is classic Loki the real Loki?

Among the episode's many, many Loki variants is one known simply as Classic Loki, played by Richard E. Grant. ... “I cast a projection of myself so real even the Mad Titan believed it, then hid as inanimate debris,” says Classic Loki. “After I faked my death, I simply drifted in space. Inverse'Loki' Episode 5 theory retcons 1 major Infinity War moment

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Why There's Only One Other Tom Hiddleston Loki Variant

Screen Rant 11 July, 2021 - 12:14am

Loki has introduced a huge selection of variants of the God of Mischief - but why is there only one other variant that looks like Tom Hiddleston? Loki episode 5 introduced President Loki, a suitably conniving figure who was notably also played by original Loki actor Tom Hiddleston. President Loki played the role of a minor antagonist within the episode, but was a relatively unobtrusive entity in the events of the episode, leading many to question why such a short role happened to be given to the only other Loki thus far played by Hiddleston.

On a purely practical level, it makes sense to have as many different looking versions of Loki as is possible - partially because a show full of entirely identical characters would prove confusing, and partially because this means the show doesn't have to constantly be Hiddleston on a split-screen, allowing a range of wonderful actors a chance at one of Marvel's most fun looking roles. Financially, the MCU's not inconsiderable merchandise sales means that there's an extra monetary incentive to add in some marketable Lokis, such as the somehow both cute and intimidating Alligator Loki. Finally, from a plot-focused perspective, it also makes sense that many variant Lokis look entirely different and have entirely different pasts and characteristics - as the entire point of infinite timelines theoretically existing is that infinite possibilities take place within them, meaning it would arguably be stranger if every Loki looked the same.

With the future of the MCU looking even broader than ever before as a result of the introduction of the multiverse, there's also the potential that President Loki or any of these other Loki variants could play a role in later events. Many have speculated that Classic Loki isn't dead, and similarly have wondered if Sylvie could outlast the Loki show itself and become a member of the Sacred Timeline's cast in her own right. One thing is for sure: the future is bright, and it is also more than likely full of Loki.

Loki releases new episodes every Wednesday on Disney+.

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