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Loki's Wall


Thanks for my awesome fold-up ship, man!

My pleasure.

Dwarf Ambassador


Dude, give my wife's hair back.

How do you know it was me who took it?

Because who else would steal somebody's HAIR.


LOKI, don't make me come over there with my hammer.

Ok, ok.  I'll do better than return her hair.  I'll get her some magical hair from the dwarves.  It'll be better than before!

I'll pulverize you if you don't fix this. 

I hate you, Loki.

What?  Did you wake up on the wrong side of the dwarves' bed?  Hehe.

You will pay for what you have done.

And what, exactly, have I done?

Just watch your back. 


Hey Dad!  I bit a guy's hand off today.

Excellent work, son.




Dad, can I come home?  This underworld thing is a bummer.

But you are so good at it!  And Odin put you there, so I'm afraid there's not much I can do.  Sorry, Pumpkin.


Darling, did you see the Asgard Times headline today?

No.  What did it say?


"Loki: The Anti-Hero"

Right on!


Stay away from me and my apples.

I don't have the faintest idea what you are talking about.



Loki, stop running from the law.  You know I'll find you one day soon, so you might as well turn yourself in.

Innocent until proven guilty.

You've been proven guilty of theft, perjury, and the murder of my son, Balder.

Oh.  Well, no thanks. I think I'll stay a free man.

Your days are numbered.

With all due respect, Odie, you don't scare me.  Besides, why is it that you were never put on trial for harming my three children?  Could it be that you are above the law?  (Gasp).

They are monsters, destined to destroy the world.  I could have killed them, but I didn't, did I?  I gave them very important and powerful jobs.

In the ocean, in the underworld, and tethered to a tree for all eternity – that's where my babies are.

Look, let's just chat about this over some mead and boar.  Why don't you join me at Valhalla tonight?

No thanks.  Smell you later, Odster.

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