- Faith? In myself? Oh, Thor. You really are the biggest, sweetest idiot in the whole Nine Realms.
- -- Loki
Appearing in "Journey Into Mystery"Edit
- The Teller
- Daimon Hellstrom
- Tyr Odinson
- Master Wilson
- Warriors Three
- Bill Cobb
Synopsis for "Journey Into Mystery"Edit
Kid Loki goes back to the secret room where he speaks to his older self. There Older Loki tells him that Mephisto has learned of the Fear Crown and seeks to claim it, and the only way to prevent it is for Kid Loki to no longer exist. He must allow the part of Older Loki that exists in his mind as Ikol to overwrite him, and Older Loki will take his place. He allows Kid Loki three conversations, chances to say goodbye, but the catch is there can be no witnesses and they cannot reveal the truth. Kid Loki heads to Leah's Cave where she opens a portal to Hel, there he speaks to Brun and asks her if she could devour him, but alas he has freed the sisterhood from that curse. While there, he also speaks to Hela and tells her that Leah needs to be sent a long way away, and Hela concurs and sends Leah into the ancient past. Thereby getting her away from his coming older self. Kid Loki then meets Thor in the Ruingarden and tells him that if he goes bad, he wants Thor to end him. But Thor tells him that he will not, and that he has faith in him and that Loki must have faith in himself. After his three conversations, Kid Loki heads back to Older Loki and asks what's next. Older Loki tells him that he must swallow the lie. Kid Loki tells his older self that he has lost, that he had changed but his older self is up to the same old tricks as always. Kid Loki then eats Ikol, grabs the horned helmet and sits on the floor saying "Damn me. Damn you all."
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- • Kieron Gillen bids farewell to the cast of JIM!
• “Why Did Loki Do It? No One Knows.” Until now. • The critically acclaimed epic reaches its climax as Loki’s future and past collide and nothing will ever be the same again. No, really. We mean it this time. Stop looking at us like that.
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