In this podcast, recorded one dark and cold Tuesday night (and for all time, always) we started hunting down our podcast crew variants in an effort to protect the Sacred Timeline from becoming a terrible, monstrous, franchise-damaging multiverse! (Yes we are looking at you D.C.) Finally the time has come for us to unveil our GLORIOUS PORPOISE🐬 as we get-down with the God/s Of Mischief him/her/they/them-self; LOKI !
Quinny; The Demi-God of Mischief is joined by his two much more interesting and vivacious variants in the form of Peta and Jill. Please note: They may not know they are Quinny variants, so maybe don’t tell them, OK?
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a worthy addition to the MCU TV roster that has HUGE ramifications.
The series is eminently watchable, probably impenetrable for newcomers and gloriously, unrepentantly weird. Hiddleston is the glue holding it together but even his strength is tested by it's talk-fest finale.
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It utterly and completely changes the Marvel Universe and does it in style
Sylvie and Loki's Chemistry is great but Mobius and Loki's is better.
The mystery and easter egg hunt was HUGE on this show, so much to dig for.
It ends horribly abruptly and feels like half a series.
The big reveal at the end fails to really ignite the imagination, acting aside.
It felt oddly safe in its structure, it could have been so much more weird and wonderful