Variants of Loki in chapter 4: who are they and how are they related to the god?

Variants of Loki in chapter 4: who are they and how are they related to the god?

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Variants of Loki in chapter 4: who are they and how are they related to the god?

Since Loki’s inception on Disney +, fans have seen the Tom Hiddleston character with a distinct personality and away from what we were used to in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

With Chapter 4 of the Marvel series aired, viewers already know more about The Temporal Variation Authority (AVT), what happened to Mobius, and have seen a new post-credit scene that featured new variants of Loki.

The new variants of Loki

Post credits scene from Loki chapter 4. Photo: Marvel

After being unconscious and lying on the ground, after being ‘eliminated’ by Ravonna, Loki wakes up wondering if he is dead or if he is in Hel. “Not yet, but you will be unless you come with us,” one of his new versions tells him. They are:

Classic Loki

Richard E. Grant brings Classic Loki to life. Photo: Marvel.

Portrayed by Richard E. Grant (About Time). He is the first incarnation of the villain that we saw in the comics. It sparked the creation of The Avengers.

Kid loki

Kid Loki is played by Jack Veal. Photo: Marvel

It’s another variant of the comics, but it’s unclear how closely his personality will align with that of his original self. His costume is similar to Worthy Loki, a character from Agent of Asgard.

Boastful Loki

Boastful Loki’s character falls to Deobia Oparei. Photo: Marvel

Boastful Loki is played by DeObia Oparei. He appears wearing armor and carrying a hammer. Fans speculate that it could be some kind of Mjörlnir.

Croc Loki (or Alligator Loki)

A crocodile was also featured as a variant of Loki. Photo: Marvel

Held by Kid Loki, at the moment, there is not much information about him. However, like the other variants, he also wears something that links him to the protagonist: his horns.