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Early Life

Loki was the son of Laufey King of the Frost Giants on Jotenheim. He was small for a frost giant and left to die in a temple as a baby. Odin found him and rescued him taking him back to Asgard and making his appearance that of an Asgardian raising him as his son with the hope of bring about a permanent peace between the Asgardians and Jotens through him. Loki was raised an trained with Asgardian customs and morals, Odin always showed favour to Thor causing Loki to become jealous. Loki was never told of his true heritage and grew up alongside Thor believing he was Odin's trueborn son, he did not take the revelation that he wasn't well.

Biography

How Thor should have ended

Rather than stopping Loki and saving Jotenheim Thor decides to stay on Earth with Jane. Loki then informs a newly woken Odin that he has destroyed Jotenheim while he was sleeping. Odin quickly proceeds to banish Loki sending him through a portal taking his power (helmet and spear) before denouncing him as an 'ice giant'.

How The Avengers should have ended

Upon meeting Thor battles Captain America and Iron Man ultimately reaching a stalemate. Afterwards they question why Loki had simply been watching and made no move to escape while they were fighting. Loki responds that he'll never tell laughing and causing the three heroes to decide not to take him back to base as he is definitely up to something. He is seen being beaten by Hulk in the Battle of Manhattan.

How Thor The Dark World Should Have Ended

Loki sits in the villain pub with the Joker and Zod complaining on how his plan to overthrow Asgard was ruined. Malekith enters angry at Loki for hogging his spotlight to which Loki points out that he was foiled by "two human scientists and two brainless interns carrying nothing but tripods", he denounces Malekith as an ammeter and Malekith leaves. Her, the Joker and Zod discuss different strategies until Zod points out that if Loki had been a good child Odin probably would have given him the throne since Thor no longer want it to which Loki points out that if Zod had colonized Mars he could have saved his entire race. Finally Loki notes that he likes the Villain pub and asks what it is called, this is the first reveal of the Villain Pubs name. How The Avengers: Age of Ultron should have ended

Villain Pub: To the Tailor

Emperor Palpetine orders that Bownser throw out the Mandarin on account of him not being a real villain. As Bownser does so the Mandarin knocks Loki's drink onto his costume annoying Loki. The Joker points out that he can just fix it with magic which Loki does but is still irritated pointing out the complexity of his costume, describing it as the best costume in the Villain pub and completely irreplaceable. The Joker and Voldemort then prompt a reluctant Loki to put on his signature helmet then Voldemort teases him about the Tesseract. Joker then tells Loki to relax and assures him that the helmet is unique and that all villains should have something that represents just them. When the issue of Voldemort getting a new outfit arises Loki agrees that it should at least add a mask as it will help with the fact that he does not have a nose. Voldemort begins a rant about how terrifying he is and Loki makes illusory Harry Potter Gryffindoor appear all over him to everyone else's amusement.

Villain Pub: The New Smile

Loki along with just about everyone else in the Villain pub is disgusted by his new look and tells him to turn back. The Joker replies he can't since he shaved his eyebrows. Loki points out he should have some dignity. When the topic of 'My So Called Life' comes up Loki says it is on Netflix, Voldemort later goes looking for it only to find that Loki lied to him and it is on DVD only much to his aggravation.

How Suicide Squad should have ended

Loki is sitting with Zod who questions what's wrong with Joker as he is singing a very sad song on the Karaoke, Loki replies he is going through the 'cutting room blues'. He listens while Palpetine questions whether the Suicide Squad are really villains and agrees with Joker, Zod and Voldemort that the real villain in the film was Waller.

Villain Pub: The Boss Battle

Loki is sitting at the bar when Batman bursts in. Loki warns Batman this may be Batman's worst nightmare and joins in the villains attacking Batman donning his helmet for the fight. He creates an illusion of himself holding the Scepter and when Batman jumps down this disappears and the real Loki stabs him in the back with the spear laughing. However, this turns out to be cardboard cutout of Batman and sneaks up behind Loki snatching his Scepter and blasting him into the bathroom where he asks Thanos if he's sure he does not want to get in on the fight. Loki watches from the hole in the ceiling when Batman uses Thanos glove to punch the Joker back in time and asks Voldemort if they should stop him. Voldemort replies that in this case they shouldn't and Batman is only stopped by Palpatine leaving the Joker in Heath's Ledger's version. After Batman's defeat Loki watches Batman in the Wineseller of Doom about to be fed to Jaws but leaves when Emperor Palpatine ushers everyone out. He is later seen trying to reset Hal so they can get out the Pub.

How Kong: Skull Island Should Have Ended

Loki makes a short appearance confronting Kong using his signature 'dull creature' speech from the Avengers. He is then crushed by Kong's fist before Nick Fury appears inviting Kong to join the Avengers.

How Thor Ragnarok Should Have Ended

Thor Ragnarok offers two scenarios for Loki, in the first during the final fight between Thor and Hela Loki flees the scene in a spaceship leaving the heroes to die apologizing but saying they know he can't be trusted. He is next seen at the Villain Pub with Hela who is bragging about her victory. He reveals he stole the Tesseract which is quickly taken by Thanos to Loki's annoyance.

In the second scenario Dr Strange interrupts the scene of Hela's first appearance immediately after Hela breaks Thor's hammer irritated that the Asgardians had not left as they promised. He then sends Hela into an infinite reality loop as he briefly did Loki and demands again they leave. Thor laments his hammer and the fact that they didn't go to the cafe to which Dr Strange concedes and uses his infinity stone to return Mjolnir to its' original state and creates a portal so Thor and Loki can go to the cafe. When there both Superman and Batman are uncomfortable with Loki's presence despite Thor's insistence that everything is fine, especially when Loki begins making jokes about the Justice League.

Villain Pub: 12 Days of Christmas

The 9th day of the 12 Days of Christmas song is dedicated to Loki depicting nine versions of him, one of which is wearing his horned helmet and carrying his scepter, with the phrase 'nine Loki's scheming'. At the end of the song he is seen at the bar and recites the final line of the song - 'the one ring to rule them all' with the rest of the pub's occupants.

The Villain Pub

Loki is a main character in The Villain Pub alongside Joker, Voldemort, Palpatine and Zod. He is featured in the Villain pub theme song. He drinks from a golden goblet and there is an ongoing joke of him tricking Voldemort. As of Thor 3 Loki was no longer a part of the Villain pub as he become good and a hero in Thor 3 and so is no a villain anymore, despite this he still features in the opening theme song and the Christmas musical.

Allies

Enemies

  • Thor (formerly)
  • Odin (formerly)
  • Jane Foster (formerly)
  • Erik Selvig (formerly)
  • Iron Man (formerly)
  • America Captain America (formerly)
  • The Hulk (formerly)
  • Black Widow (formerly)
  • Hawkeye (formerly)
  • Nick Fury (formerly)

Appearances

How Thor Should Have Ended

How the Avengers Should have Ended

How Thor the Dark World Should Have Ended

Villain Pub: To the Tailor

Villain Pub: The New Smile

How Suicide Squad Should Have Ended

Villain Pub: The Boss Battle

How Kong: Skull Island Should Have Ended

How Thor: Ragnarok Should Have Ended

Villain Pub: 12 Days of Christmas