Loki Is Up To Some New Tricks In LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #1 Preview
Loki is back in a more adult form after events in the recently wrapped Young Avengers series and the All-New Marvel NOW! Point 1 #1 issue. Now the god of mischief is getting his very own series from writer Al Ewing and artist Lee Garbett. The first lettered preview of the series launching February 5th has been released, and it offers some nice art and a few laughs. Hawkeye saying Loki‘s new look is a little ‘One Direction-y‘ tackles one of the internet’s early complaints about the series head on. You have to give Ewing props for that. But then you have to take them away because LOKI STABS THOR! Marvel censors it, which is weird because they showed the full page of Loki thrusting his sword into Thor uncolored just a few days ago. You can check it out in the preview as well. What do you think about Loki: Agent of Asgard? Will you be picking this one up next month?
Old God—New Trickster! Marvel is pleased to present your first look at LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #1 from the spellbinding creative team of Al Ewing (Mighty Avengers) and Lee Garbett (X-O Manowar, Batgirl). LOKI is back and craftier than ever as the All-Mother’s secret weapon against Asgardia’s strangest threats. With his serpent’s tongue, debonair charm, and taste for the uncanny, there’s no assignment Loki won’t take—including the untimely stabbing of THOR! The surprises only start here for the Prince of Lies, as the most conniving corners of the Marvel Universe are blown open this February in LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #1!
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