puresummermagic:

I finally got around to reading Fallen Star by Alydia Rackham about a month or so back and enjoyed it! This is my first attempt at drawing these two. 🙂 It’s a good ship!

isaalacrymosaa:

Loki and Jane foster bonding

I love how they friendship grows
And when he sees her flying away and says doctor foster it gives me chills

He can like her? It seems I don’t know

janefosterinfinitywarimagines:

I can’t see Jane Foster emotionally and mentally connecting with anyone else but Loki Friggason. He has knowledge of everything Jane has ever wanted to know. He also knows what it’s like to be ridiculed for your interests, talents, and ambitions.

mosellegreen:

aroholmes:

Maybe he actually likes her.

You all know I think the slap was a poor choice on the writers’ part (I’ve never blamed the character for the shortcomings in how she was written in TDW), but I rather like that last bit.

I decided to reblog this again because I’ve been thinking about it a bit. I did always wonder why he was so quick to risk his neck multiple times for a human who he barely knows, who has no claim on him, who’s going to die in a few short decades anyway. I remember seeing someone speculate that he protected her because Frigga died protecting her, but they admitted that we aren’t sure Loki knows that, as everyone refused to tell Loki anything about his mother’s death other than that it happened.

But this made me realize: everyone else Loki interacts with in the movie, aside from Dark Elves, is someone who has wronged him and is blaming him for it, expecting him to take all of the responsibility while they accept none. Jane hasn’t done anything to him except one little slap which of course is a drop in the bucket compared to what he did to her planet. Given the shit everyone else is dumping on him, it actually makes a lot of sense that he would protect the only person around who isn’t.

aroholmes:

Maybe he actually likes her.

You all know I think the slap was a poor choice on the writers’ part (I’ve never blamed the character for the shortcomings in how she was written in TDW), but I rather like that last bit.