A serious motion comic drama about Loki, who becomes the ruler of Asgard after a successful coup, only to realize that even gods must deal with hard political choices. But does anything matter if even fate itself is against you?
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Series cast summary:
David Blair David Blair ...  Loki 4 episodes, 2011
Daniel Thorn Daniel Thorn ...  Thor 4 episodes, 2011
Robin Goldsmith Robin Goldsmith ...  Attendant / ... 4 episodes, 2011
Jennifer Spriggs ...  Animation Reference Performer 4 episodes, 2011
Phoebe Stewart Phoebe Stewart ...  Karnilla / ... 3 episodes, 2011
Serena Merriman Serena Merriman ...  Farbauti 3 episodes, 2011
Barney Townsend Barney Townsend ...  Young Loki / ... 3 episodes, 2011
Rich Orlow ...  Warden / ... 3 episodes, 2011
Elizabeth Diennet Elizabeth Diennet ...  Sif / ... 2 episodes, 2011
Deborah Jane McKinely Deborah Jane McKinely ...  Frigga / ... 2 episodes, 2011
Katharine Chesterton Katharine Chesterton ...  Hela 2 episodes, 2011
Roger Clark ...  Subject / ... 2 episodes, 2011
Ziggy McShane Ziggy McShane ...  Daia 2 episodes, 2011
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In this somber 'Elsewhere' motion comic tale, Loki Laufeyson, God of mischief and evil, now sits on the throne of Asgard, with everyone he despises in chains, including his stepbrother Thor and stepfather Odin. Loki now faces the duties and hardships of being ruler, including possible executions of his adoptive family, all of which makes him realize that being King isn't what it's cracked up to be. When he learns from god Baldur that even fate itself is against him and his rule, he reexamines his difficult life and painful relationship with his domineering but not entirely uncaring stepbrother and makes a fateful choice to go against his predetermined grizzly fate. But which path to take in order to achieve this? The one of revenge and dominance by killing Thor or the one of hope and progress by making piece with him, if it's not too late?

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Poetic.
20 March 2019 | by Wisesoldierthe6See all my reviews

Its not your typical Thor Loki story but its a very poetic deep story. The story revolves around Loki as king of Asgard. Its an interesting take.

its very enjoyable to say the least.


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April 2011 (USA) See more »

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Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers See more »

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