Let the old dreams die
Let the wrong ones go
They cannot do
What you want them to do
Morrissey, Let the Right One Slip In
Ask me Stuff!
you’re not a good father at all…
actually you’re a bad one….
i think it’s nice to see them
being good with each other
even if it’s being evil…
also, loki is mad at thor for not being
at his side…i think
Loki makes Thor evil and then they tell the old man to fuck off and go do some evil things.
This is one of the few times were Loki is not trying to kill his brother, and one of the two times he actually likes him. The other time was when Thor brings Asgard to Earth and starts acting like a tyrant jerk, one of the characters asks Loki if he’s going to do anything about it (because Thor is King of Asgard at this time and Loki had always sought that power for himself). Loki pretty much says he’s surprised because he’s OK with Thor being a King and the way he’s handling things. Methinks Loki only likes his brother when he’s acting like an evil asshole.
Source: Journey Into Mystery #94
I took off the word balloons on that last panel because I thought it was funnier that way, original one had that one guy asking “What are we going to do?” Odin being all “I dunno but why is Thor evil?”
HEMSWORTH: I remember being on set with Tom, for our first day with Tony, and Tony said, “How are you going to do it?” I did it and he said, “He’s kidding, right?”
HOPKINS: It would be terrible, if you met somebody who didn’t have a sense of humor.
HIDDLESTON: When we were walking down towards the casket, Tony said, “Can I tell you something, Tom?” I said, “Absolutely!,” and I sat up straight and said, “Tell me anything.” And he said, “You’re doing this very strange thing with your wrists.” I said, “Oh, my god, what am I doing?!” He said, “Well, maybe you could butch it up a bit. It’s a bit effeminate.”
HOPKINS: That humor gets you up. You have to have humor. If you don’t have humor and you take yourself seriously, you’re dead in the water. You have to be jostled. I love it. You’ve gotta have a laugh. It’s better than working for a living.
HEMSWORTH: The big thing I learned from Tony was to have a good time doing it, have an appreciation for it and have fun. What should have been the most intimidating experience walking in was the most enjoyable.
Question: Tom, did you see Loki as the hero of the movie?
TOM HIDDLESTON: Well, I think there are no villains in this world. There are just misunderstood heroes. I think Loki thinks he is the hero. Essentially, if you boil this film down to this barest elements, it’s about a father and two sons, and both those sons are brothers competing for the love and affection and pride of their father, Odin, played by Tony [Hopkins]. There’s a deeply misguided intention within Loki, and he has a damage within him. He just goes about getting that pride in the wrong way.
Read more at ONTD: http://ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com/58965031.html#ixzz1YKufFj55
don’t worry my dear god of mischief
you’re the best! ;o;
Odin says it like it is.
there you are my son! ;o;
Young Loki with Odin!
Adventures with Loki
Episode 4: Loki’s Gift to Odin
[I can’t be the only one who wondered…Also, sorry, I think I got the legs wrong. OOPS. AND ALSO ALSO, he’s tiny ‘cuz he’s still a baby.]
“It all makes sense now: why you favoured Thor all these years - because no matter how much you claim to love me, you couldn’t have a Frost Giant sitting on the throne of Asgard!”