Originally Posted by Godzilla2000
You know...fictionally speaking I would readily accept a totally villainous Loki, especially if his past included a lot of callous bullying by apathetic Asgardians because I relish villains with a cause, and that's to make those that made them suffer suffer even more. I love that sort of villainy, the kind that's driven by real, understandable reasons.
exactly. I a villain can be understandable and relateable after completely loosing touch.
I don't know if you are reading the new Thor comics, but in my eyes, Gorr is like that. He was slaughtering gods his whole life, and I hated him and wanted Thor to kill him. But as his origins became clear, he is a lot more relatable, and is essentially symbolically someone who lost faith in god (or in the comics) gods, because one too many bad things happened to him.