Glorious Posters – Marvel Releases Five New Loki Character Posters

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Loki – Marvel’s most anticipated streaming series to date – has introduced five new variant show posters, featuring the most memorable of the new Loki variants.

We’ve all seen the posters highlighting Loki, Mobius, Ravonna Renslayer, Hunter B-15, the Loki variant Sylvie, and of course the bright and cheerful Miss Minutes.

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Now, Marvel on Twitter has released five additional show posters, including the following variant “green men.”

Richard E. Grant plays the part of Classic Loki.

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He’s the one who helped save the day in episode five by distracting the monster Alioth (en route to becoming a snack for the blue cloud dog tempest).

Kid Loki, played by Jack Veal, is the leader of the initial four-Loki band in the TVA wasteland.

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He is considered to be a part of a potential future Young Avengers group in the MCU, leading the tiny Loki squad from their bowling alley homebase until…

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Boastful Loki, played by DeObia Oparei, makes a play for the throne. He did this by making a bargain with…

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President Loki, head of a much larger band of variant misfits, who clearly thinks very highly of himself. But there is one other who also thinks highly of President Loki…

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Alligator Loki particularly enjoyed President Loki’s right hand.

A sweet side note regarding Alligator Loki – the visual representation for this fan favorite variant was inspired by a real life support alligator named Wally.

Do you think any of these five variants will have a meaningful impact in the sixth and final episode? Soon, we’ll know for sure (or will we?). The finale of Loki streams on Disney+ July 14, 2021.


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