During Disney’s Investors Day back in April, Kevin Feige provided a first look at the official logo as well as concept art for upcoming Disney+ show Loki. It was also confirmed that Tom Hiddleston will be reprising his role, settling some of the rumours going around about the show centering entirely on Kid Loki.
Even though Disney+ is launching on November 12, Loki will sadly not be available from the start, and there has yet to be an official date set for when the show will start streaming.
The first look at the official logo and concept art for the LOKI Disney+ series have been revealed via this photo from @Disney's Investor Day! pic.twitter.com/m3TZHIkNyi
— MCU – The Direct (@MCU_Direct) June 9, 2019
There has been much speculation about what the plotline of Loki will be, and this first look does give us a bit of a hint. The marquee in the background has Jaws on display, and the fashion of the people on the street clearly indicate that at least parts of the show will take place during the ‘70s.
It is still unclear if the show will be a prequel of sorts or if it will follow the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Fans on Twitter seem generally underwhelmed with the logo, many preferring the one Bosslogic posted a while back instead.
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