The final days of the Gods are here. Loki comands legions against them. However, he and Heimdall start battling one another till they kill each other. Ragnarok is nothing more than casting Gods into oblivion. Everything is lost. Asgard walls crumble and the Gods are no more.
Loki Year 2016 is here again! Today we’re reading about Loki’s path to Ragnarok from lessons 1 to 4, book 4 of the Gospel of Loki. Loki has escaped and joined forces with Hel and the Jotuns. All enemies of Asgard are joining forces to attack Asgard and make the Gods fall. But Loki has the chills. Even if he will go ahead, there’s something that worries him: is it the end of everything and everyone?
Loki Year 2016 keeps up! Today we’ll find out how Loki starts his plans for Ragnarok. But first, we’ll take a look at some adventures of Thor. We’ll take a look at Thor vs. Geirrod in Gods of Asgard : A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths‘s version. Loki wants to go for a ride, so he asks Freyja for her falcon cloak. Unfortunately, when going around spying Geirrod, a Jotun, he’s caught. He bargains with Loki and tells him to bring Thor to him, or he’ll kill Loki. He has two hideous daughters that laugh a the idea.
I love what’s going on with Loki Year 2016! Today we’ll discover that Loki and snakes don’t compute. Loki is famous for not liking snakes very much, especially if they let poison into his eyes. But before we explore Loki’s allergies, we’ll take a look at Thor’s journey to Utgard and Thor’s duel with Hrungnir from the eyes of Gods of Asgard : A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths. In Thor’s Journey to Utgard and Thor’s duel with Hrungnir, Thor plans to go to Jotunheim and fight Jotuns on the ground. Loki, of course, asks him to reconsider. Thor was going to go alone, but then he lets Loki join the fun. Because there’s a long journey ahead, they stop for dinner in a nearby farmhouse. Because it’s a penniless family, they have no meat. So, Thor offers one of his goats. They regenerate at night, so there should be no problem, right?
Loki Year 2016 is here so that we can get loads of fun! This time, we’ll keep calm and join Loki’s Army. Today we’re going to talk about the arrangement of Loki and Odin to end the World, the lay of Thrum, Loki’s Army, and we’ll also explore lessons 6 to 8 from book three of the Gospel of Loki. Let’s begin with the end of the World according to Loki : Nine Naughty Tales of the Trickster. Odin calls Loki in his presence to tell him a plan to make the Gods deeds live forever. He shows Loki a lonely figure that will come and destroy them: a man.
“Loki turned his head and saw a small, solitary figure walking across the sand. As he drew closer, Loki could make out a slight, bearded man wearing a simple one-piece garment that fell to just past his knees. His skin and hair were both dark, and he looked as though a strong wind would knock him over.
“And what do I see? A pathetic mortal who would barely make a light snack for one of my sons?”
That pathetic mortal turns out to be Jesus, and his followers are going to sweep up every single memory of Asgard. So, what to do to preserve their names, their memories and their deeds? Armageddon!
Let’s start with the Necklace of the Brisings. As you know, Freyja is the Goddess of beauty, but also war. So, how come the most beautiful Goddess of Asgard also became a terrifying one? We could blame Loki, but in fact, we also have to blame her insatiable wish for beauty. There were four famous Dwarves in Svartalfheim. They were famous because of the weapons and jewels they created. But there was something in particular that was famous because it was the most beautiful thing in all the realms: a necklace. Freyja, crazy to be the most beautiful creature to walk all realms, set foot in Svartalfheim and asked them the necklace. But they weren’t so eager to give it to her. Unless…
Welcome to another chapter of the Loki Year 2016! Today we’re taking a look at the Myths of Idun’s Apples and the Marriage of Skadi from the eyes of Gods of Asgard : A Graphic Novel Interpretation of the Norse Myths. The Gods of Asgard eat Idun’s apples, the apples of eternity. If they stop to eat them, they start to age, and they become weak. One day, Odin, Loki, and Hoenir set to Midgard to travel around. They hunt an animal, and when they proceed to eat it, an eagle steals part of the meat. Loki sets in pursue, but it turns out that the eagle is Thiazi, the King of the Storm Giants, a Jotun. He cannot get rid of his grip, and so he makes a deal. Loki will kidnap Idun and the apples, and Thiazi will get Loki free. And so, Loki tricks Idun. When they go for a walk, at that moment Thiazi appears and kidnaps Idun.
And here’s another episode of Loki Year 2016! Today we’re reading all about Balder’s return from Loki : Nine Naughty Tales of the Trickster. In this tale we find all the Gods mourning the death of Balder. It was Loki the one to plot his death. Although all the Gods know it was Loki, they still think what to do next. And while they’re gathered to mourn Balder, suddenly he appears through the door. But, he is dead, and it’s very unlikely that Hel lets him free. However, he explains to them that he’s out for a while, but that he has sworn an oath and must return soon.
One by one he greets and one by one tells them a different fate from the one told by Odin. They all wait for Balder’s death to trigger Ragnarok, but his comforting makes them happy again. So, one by one, explain to him their fate, and one by one listen to the new happy one and embrace it.
Loki Year 2016 is here. Today we’re going to Valhalla through lessons 8 to 11 (Book 2) from the Gospel of Loki. Thor and Loki have taken the kids Thialfi and Roskva on an adventure. However, this will proof fatal for our favorite Gods, since these two little humans will see that they’re not all that powerful. There is a Danish animation movie that covers the adventures of the kids along with Thor and Loki called Valhalla. This is an entertaining movie that saw the light back in 1986. Many kids across Europe could enjoy it. If you like animation, you can use it to discover what’s going to happen during lessons 8 to 11 in The Gospel of Loki.
Welcome to another chapter of the Loki Year 2016! Sorry for the delay, but there’s been a lot these days, and it was hard to catch up. Today we’re going to explore what is celebrity culture from the point of view of Geek Anthropology of Loki’s Army and if it has something to do with Loki. We see celebrity culture as something related to the 21st century with phenomenons like the Beatles or the King. However, in some places celebrity culture goes back to the middle ages. In Japan, for example, the celebrities and fans were booming around Kabuki theaters. However, the type of celebrity culture we enjoy today is connected to technology and capitalism: we consume celebrity as much as we consume chocolate. Celebrities cannot exist without fans; that’s a reality. Thus, fans and celebrities are just heads and tails of the same coin: celebrities need fans to maintain their status, and fans need someone who makes them dream.