‘Loki’: series-inspired product confirms new character’s identity

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The final episode of ‘Loki’ featured a character that audiences believe to be Lady Loki, the fugitive hunted by agents of Temporal Variance, presented as a variation of the original Loki (Tom Hiddleston) at the end of the first episode.

Played by Sophia Di Martino, the character reveals himself to the god of cheating (Tom Hiddleston) after tricking AVT agents into a plan to break the sacred timeline.

Since the God of Cheating has a fluid genre, maybe that made it seem like this variant would be Lady Loki.

However, Di Martino is only credited as The Variant in the English versions, but in the Spanish version she is credited as Sylvie.

In the comic, Sylvie Lushton is a human from Oklahoma who gains magical powers after the Asgardians settle there, naming the town New Asgard.

And it looks like the identity was confirmed by a licensed replica of his horned crown.

In the image posted by CBM, the description of the part says that:

“Certificate of Authenticity. This document certifies that these horn crowns were inspired by the originals used by Loki and Sylvie in the Marvel series. Jewelry is officially licensed and manufactured by Salesone, LLC.


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With her powers, Sylvie assumes the mantle of Enchantress (identity that belonged to a witch named Amora) and moves to New York to join the Avengers.

But, unbeknownst to Sylvie, her powers were actually given to her by Loki, who loved the idea of ​​creating a mortal who believed herself a goddess because he was bored.

In addition, Lady Loki has black hair like Loki’s, and Sylvie is blonde, just like Di Martino …

And Marvel wouldn’t change Lady Loki’s hair color, as most of the characters in MCu are faithfully adapted to the comics.

Another interesting detail, rumors indicated that the character of Cailey Fleming (‘The Walking Dead’) would be ‘young Sylvie’, which further reinforces this theory.

But what could that mean for the rest of the series?

If this variant turns out to be Enchanting, it means that there is another variant of Loki, the one responsible for evading Sylvie and causing her to begin her quest to destroy the Sacred Timeline.

We still don’t know the identity of the character Richard E. Grant will play, but rumors also suggest he was an older version of Loki.

Ultimately, the series may reveal that Old Man Loki is behind the whole mystery, which could lead to a showdown where the original Loki will fight his older, more dangerous self.

We can only wait to know the answer.

Recalling that the next episode will be released tomorrow (23).

Created by Michael Waldron, the series takes place after the events of the movie “Avengers: Ultimatum”, in which an alternate version of Loki creates a new timeline.

After stealing the Tesseract, an alternate version of Loki is brought to the mysterious Time Variation Authority (AVT), a bureaucratic organization that exists outside of time and space, and oversees the timeline. They give Loki a choice: to be erased from existence to be a “time variant” or to help set the timeline and deter a greater threat. Loki finds himself trapped in his own crime thriller, traveling through time and altering human history.

Tom Hiddleston stars in the production. The cast also includes Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant.

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