Here's Your First Look At The Loki Disney+ TV Series

The trickster's alive and well.

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Here's Your First Look At The Loki Disney+ TV Series

Loki is time!

Last month, everyone went crazy when the Russo Brothers, directors of the 'Avengers' movies, revealed that everyone's favourite trickster Loki is alive and well.

The last time we saw him, (spoiler alert, guys) he escaped with the Tesseract after the Avengers messed up during a time heist scene in 'Avengers: Endgame'.

After that, it's just been pure speculation: did Loki go back in time? Did he leave Earth with the Space stone? Will we see Tom Hiddleston's glorious mane ever again?

Staying tight lip, huh?
The only thing that's been confirmed so far is that Hiddleston will be reprising his role as the God of Mischief in the upcoming 'Loki' TV series that's set to premiere on the Disney+ streaming service.

But now, we have our first look at the said TV series and boy, we're excited.

You would too.
Back in April, Marvel Studios' big boss Kevin Feige appeared at a Disney Investor conference to personally unveil plans for the TV series.

According to, they unveiled the logo for the 'Loki' series as well as a few concept arts, but one image in particular caught everybody's attention:

Unintentional leak?
Disney recently posted up several pictures from the conference, and one of them shows Feige revealing what appears to be a still from the show.

The blurry picture shows a young-ish looking Loki strolling down the busy streets of New York with his trademark grin...with a 'Jaws' billboard in the background.

If this image is indeed a still from the upcoming show, it would mean that Loki has traveled back in time to 1975, when the movie 'Jaws' first premiered in cinemas.

According to Comicbook, the image would confirm rumours that Loki would be travelling between timelines and "pops up throughout human history as unlikely influencer on historical events."

To make things more interesting, Disney has also hired one Michael Waldron to become the showrunner for 'Loki'. Waldron is known for his work on the cult animated series 'Rick And Morty', which - surprise, surprise! - contains a lot of time-travelling elements.

So, time travel confirmed?

'Endgame' did it first.
At the moment, details about the 'Loki' TV series are still pretty scarce and knowing Disney, there would be plenty of distractions and fake misdirections, so we guess we'll just have to wait and see.

The Disney+ streaming service is set to be launched this November, and hopefully, 'Loki' will be available on day one because we can't wait to see the trickster god in action again. 

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