I missed a Marvel show? And can you really have too many Lokis?

Okay, so I just finished my second viewing of Loki (bravo!), and I thought, well, that’s it until something new comes up. And then I go back to the Disney+ home page, and what do I see?

Agent Carter. Two seasons. A Marvel show I (apparently?) missed. How come I didn’t see this? How come it wasn’t in the Marvel timeline? Okay, so it’s not a direct storyline for the Endgame universe, but it concerns Cap’s love interest. I had no idea it existed, lol.

So I guess I’m watching another Marvel show. I also saw one called “Inhuman” but I don’t think it has anything to do with our heroes (please let me know if I’m wrong!).

Anyway, speaking of Loki, I’ve discovered there’s tons of novels out there about him. I’ve already read and written briefly about one, called Loki: Where Mischief Lies, by Mackenzie Lee. This one’s put out by Marvel, and deals with our Marvel Loki at a different point in his life. I loved it. I’ve just found out there’s a new one, a sequel called Loki: Where Mischief Ends, by the same author, and I so want to read it! I just see it in paperback, so I’ll wait and see if it goes to Kindle anytime soon (since I read the first one on Kindle. If I buy the paperback, then of course I must have the paperback of the first one, too, lol.)

However, there are other novels about Loki–not the Marvel version, but a version based on the Norse myth. I’ve recently downloaded one to my Kindle called Mischief Maker, by Bruce Nesmith, and it sounds pretty neat (Loki is blonde in this one, which is a little weird to picture). There’s also a trilogy about mythological Loki called The Nine Worlds Rising Trilogy, by Lyra Wolf, which I’d also love to check out. (Truth and Other Lies, The Order of Chaos, and That Good Mischief). OMG, so many, many more! The God of Mischief is quite the thing right now, lol, and I totally get it.

Mischief Maker: A Norse Mythology Contemporary Fantasy by [Bruce Nesmith]
The Nine Worlds Rising

This blog seems to be turning into a Marvel/Loki blog, lol. Maybe I need to do some remodeling, to encompass my expanding interests and obsessions. It’s either that, or start a new blog about Marvel and/or Loki, but if I keep doing that–starting new blogs about new passions–I’ll have dozens of blogs, lol. Maybe that will be part of my new Fall plan–reworking the blog. We’ll see.

Anyway, just thought I’d riff on these new discoveries. Have you watched Agent Carter? Is it any good? Read any Loki books? Any advice on the structure of the blog? I’d be happy to hear it. Thanks for reading, and see you next time!

7 thoughts on “I missed a Marvel show? And can you really have too many Lokis?

  1. There are a handful of older Marvel shows that were initially linked to the MCU but aren’t really considered part of the canon anymore: Agent Carter, Agents of Shield, Daredevil, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, The Defenders and The Punisher. They can be a fun watch on the side and give you some extra but aren’t currently considered essential viewing for the MCU and could be overruled by new canon content. Hope that helps!

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    1. Thanks! I do remember hearing about Agents of Shield, now that I think about it. I’ll check out Agent Carter, but if it doesn’t wow me, I might let it go. Speaking of Peggy Carter, I just watched the first episode of What If? and it was interesting, to say the least. Fun multiverse stuff.

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  2. The first season of Agent Carter was fantastic! I did not watch the whole of the second season admittedly.

    And blonde Loki? I have no imagination anymore for Loki that doesn’t include Tom Hiddleston πŸ™‚

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    1. I know, me neither! I read your email, and I’m definitely intrigued. I’ll reply to it soon with more info, but I’m going to bed right now, lol. Night night! (You’re probably mid-afternoon Friday already, lol).

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