Marvel’s Loki Review: It’s a whole new world and despite being a little tricky, it will boggle your minds!

Loki will, in general, exceed all of your expectations.

We’re all familiar with the scene in Avengers: Endgame where a 2012 Loki snatches the tesseract carrying the Space Stone and disappears through a portal. Our trickster appears in the middle of Mongolia’s Gobi Desert, much to the amusement of a group of natives, and the series begins there. Another portal appears not long after, bringing with it a group of armed guards who “arrest” Loki on behalf of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). TVA operatives serve as the MCU’s “custodians of chronology,” keeping an eye on any deviations from the timeline. You might meet the wrong end of the Retroactive Cannon (Ret Con) and have your entire past erased from the historical timeline if you try to rewrite history.

This Time Variant Loki has broken the accepted chronology by utilising the tesseract to escape his native timeline. He is disappointed to discover that his abilities are ineffective at TVA headquarters, where all TVA officers use time-twister devices to keep inmates like himself under control. Apparently Infinity Stones are worthless in the TVA, where they are used as paperweights by bureaucratic office drones.

Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a judge, explains the issue to Loki, who is about to be Ret-Conned. However, another TVA agent, Mobius M. Mobius, steps in to save the day. He seeks Loki’s assistance in tracking down another “Time Variant” who has escaped and gone rogue, jumping around through time and producing “Nexus Events,” which cause chaos. The rest of the episode depicts Loki’s first hesitancy and ultimate change of heart, despite the fact that his trustworthiness remains in question.


Direction & Cinematography:

As the series soars into boldly innovative new dimensions, director Kate Herron maintains the series’ unique and adventurous visual flair. This isn’t the same as The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s meat-and-potatoes superhero action. It has the potential to be much stranger than WandaVision.

The episode will also show you a few scenes from Avengers: Endgame in the past, making it easier for the audience to relate, recollect, and comprehend. The episode is a little difficult, but in a good way.



Hiddleston’s variety of emotions, from parading his ego with a dead-cold glare to breaking down in tears in the most humanitarian way, perfectly encapsulates Loki’s multi-layered personality. This show will finally give him the recognition he has deserved since Thor, and it will air soon.


The episode concludes with a bang and a major twist that will whet your appetite for the following instalment. We won’t tell you because it’s likely the start of a mystery you’ll have to solve next Wednesday.

Loki will, in general, exceed all of your expectations.

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