Alligator Loki Returns In The Pages Of Marvel Comics

In his self-titled Disney Plus show, Loki, portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, learns that he is not the only version of himself. He met an older version, one who was president, a child version, but one of the most popular versions to emerge was the scaly Alligator Loki. Marvel Comics is expanding on the character with new digital comic books on the Marvel Unlimited app as part of their Infinity series.

“An extra-sized one-shot, ALLIGATOR LOKI #1 will collect the entirety of Alyssa Wong and Bob Quinn’s hit Infinity Comic series as well an all-new adventure from the life of everyone’s favorite swamp-dwelling scamp,” Marvel said on their website. “Bow down to the reptile in a helm who has enraptured the Ten Realms…with his cuteness! First Alligator Loki chomped down on Mjolnir, and then he chomped his way into our hearts. Now, the beloved Alligator of Mischief finds – and makes – trouble all across the Marvel Universe!”

Quinn previously did the artwork for Marvel’s ‘Trials of X’ and ‘The Last Annihilation.’ Wong previously worked on ‘DC The Doomed and the Dammed’ from DC Comics and ‘Aero Vol. 2: The Mystery Of Madame Huang’ from Marvel Comics.

Wong expressed her excitement for the series saying, “Alligator Loki’s been living in my head rent-free for the past year.”

“It’s been a ton of fun working with Bob Quinn, Pete Pantazis, and Kat Gregorowicz to bring him to life in the Infinity comic. I’m thrilled that this little guy’s shenanigans are coming to print,” she added.

Marvel Comics also released a “first look” of the cover:

The first season of ‘Loki’ streamed on Disney Plus in 2021. Owen Wilson joined the cast as Mobius M. Mobius and Sophia Di Martino portrayed a female variant of Loki called Sylvie. Season two is set to arrive in October 2023 with most of the cast returning.

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