Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux - Part 1
It's like Loki is an addict in some ways. The response he seems to be eliciting from Odin in the prelude comics is a very human one when dealing with a loved one overcome by their addictions. I think one of the users is right in that Odin has given up on Loki, and in some ways there is nothing that can be done. I'd wager that Odin feels the son he knew died when Loki fell into the abyss and the Loki Thor brought back is a stranger. Anger is in itself a product of grief and on a deeper level I think Odin is grieving for Loki's spiritual death. All that hurt and betrayal is being masked by the All Father's rage.
- Give them an inch and they'll take your life. Stop painting all those Sinners as Saints.
- I know who I am and what I want to be. Can most people nowadays say that with clarity and resolve?
- The whole idea of childhood is getting dirty and messy. *sigh*
- I remember a time when men acted like men, not prissy little narcissistic women.