Loki Disney+ show will stream spring 2021 and have the worst logo ever


As the first Disney+ series for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that Disney and Marvel Studios announced, Loki starring Tom Hiddleston has set an example of what the studio is aiming to do for their own line of television shows. At today’s San Diego Comic-Con bonanza, Marvel Studios finally revealed the worst logo they’ve ever made, and also that the show will be out in spring 2021.

If you remember, the God of Mischief got the life choked out of him at the very beginning of Avengers: Infinity War, but time travel mischief during Avengers: Endgame led to an iteration of Loki free to run around space (and presumably time). Per ComicBook.com, the show will focus on what happened right after his escape.

Said Hiddleston at the Marvel Studios Hall H panel:

“He’s still that guy. Just about the last thing that happened to him is he got Hulk-smashed…There’s a lot of psychological evolution yet to happen…I can’t tell you any of [the plans] but it is one of the most exciting creative opportunities I’ve ever come across. A new world. New challenges. And I cannot wait to get started.”

This should be very fortunate news for those unfortunate enough to call themselves “Hiddlestoners.” It’s a bit disappointing to have this show about a Loki without years of his character development, but it should at least be fun to look at him at his mischievous peak.

What doesn’t look fun is that goddamn logo. Like, what? Did the graphic designers at Marvel Studios just learn about shapes? Why does it look like it came out of a ransom note from kidnappers? Regardless, I’m down for more Loki shenanigans.