- a trickster god, born of Jotun ancestry but accepted among the Aesir as Odin's adopted brother: father of the monsters Fenrir, Hel, and the Midgard serpent, and the instigator of Balder's death.
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Contemporary Examples of loki
In Norse mythology, Loki is a shape-shifting god who enjoys the occasional turn as a woman.
Moviegoers will call Loki “gay” or “bisexual” or whatever else.
Lex Fajardo, creator of the graphic novel series Kid Beowulf, really likes Loki, too.
A Chinese theater accidentally displayed a fan-made poster of Thor and Loki in a romantic embrace.
Like the scene in The Avengers where the Hulk smashes Loki repeatedly, Krrish pummels Kaal.Krrish 3 Review: What the Bollywood Movie Steals From Superhero Films
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Historical Examples of loki
Just then Wotan saw his brother, Loki, coming over the mountain.
Wotan and Loki hurried back to the mountain-side with their treasure.
Loki, in the shape of the old woman, pretended to be very friendly.
Loki stood by him and directed his hand as Hodur threw the mistletoe.
The other gods knew that the treacherous Loki had done it, and did not blame Hodur.
- Norse myth the god of mischief and destruction