She seems to like Loki. Speaking of tricksters, Trixie was hilarious, and I was so wrapped up in the story, I didn't even see it c Another excellent issue. Speaking of tricksters, Trixie was hilarious, and I was so wrapped up in the story, I didn't even see it coming. I love it when that happens. Verity is a sad, but kinda cool character.
She can recognize a lie instantly. That must be frustrating. There are no "degrees of truth" for her. Everything is stark, and clear. I don't think I could handle that kind of life. I hope we do see more of her. I have a feeling we will. Read more commentary and add your own here: Aug 29, Ariana rated it really liked it Shelves: Loki and Lorelei sitting in a tree Feb 02, Meg rated it it was amazing Shelves: When I last left Loki: Agent of Asgard I had just finished the first issue of the series and was thinking eh, this could be really good or be awful I'll get back to it eventually.
After months, I have picked up the series again and I have to say, it ended up being really good.
Loki: Agent of Asgard Vol 1 2
There are so many elements of this comic that work so well together. With Old Loki and New Loki both being in it, you get this strong appeal. A New Loki who is a little different than the one we're usually used to as comic book fans. The light heart moments are my favorite when it comes to New Loki. Something else I really enjoy about this series is all the new and exciting characters that they're bringing into it.
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For example, Verity has quickly become one of my favorite characters in the comic universe currently. She's got spunk which is something I always appreciate and can hold her own, something else that I always enjoy. Overall this issue was a good introduction to some new characters and I definitely am excited about where this series is going.
Aug 30, Tina DeSalvo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oct 21, Desiree rated it it was amazing.
Apr 03, Sam rated it it was ok Shelves: Agent of Asgard started quite well. Issue 1 was not a masterwork, but it introduced us to the character and gave a good overview of what the series will be about, so I think it was a good foundation to build upon. Sadly, issue two is not as good. To begin with, I really think the name is unfortunate.
I know this is something that happens a lot in comics, but normally with old characters or others who select their name based on their powers. That is like going to a lie-a-thon. That is even more likely in a fictional universe such as comics where science and magic mix and things are never universally true. The rest of the comic is about some mission Loki is taking for the all-mother to snatch Lorelei back to Asgard. That happened in the Journey into Mystery: There has to be other things to do! Why do Asgardians like to wander randomly in Midgard every 6 years?
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Now that I am with Jane, it is good for you to take a woman as well. Walking up to the host, he shoved Loki forward.
His payment is that for every successful mission, they will destroy one of their cultures many stories about what a dick he used to be. A great mix of traditional superhero style and modern characterisation — very dynamic, with great faces.
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I also really appreciate the nods to the non-straight-male gaze, with Loki being handsome in all kinds of different and varied ways. Including shower scenes, just saying. But What Did I Miss?: