Dear Marvel

lasimo74allmyworld:

juliabohemian:

lasimo74allmyworld:

juliabohemian:

jebbifurzz:

juliabohemian:

queenofthestarsdrfoster:

juliabohemian:

bump-into-things:

juliabohemian:

bump-into-things:

juliabohemian:

Since you clearly have no use for Loki and would rather see him dead, than give him the storyline he deserves, I would like to propose an open adoption.

I am a very responsible adult. I have already raised two children. I am a home owner and I have a steady source of income. I would take excellent care of Loki. He could have his own room. I would feed him and make sure that he is healthy and safe. I do live in California, so he would need to use lots of sunscreen. I would see to it that he has plenty of books to read and things to occupy his time and stimulate his mind. I promise to keep him out of trouble and not let him take over the planet. 

I anxiously await your reply,

Julia

I live in Sweden, much closer to his habitual climate. May I propose a shared custody agreement?

He can spend winter with me, summer with you. How’s that?

Sounds perfect. Let’s make sure to synch up so he has a consistent sleep and food schedule.

Will we be setting up play dates for him?

Can he come visit Chicago for a week or two? There are some lovely hotels here and the weather is perfect right now.

Sure, we want him to experience the full gamut of Midgardian culture.

@juliabohemian, I feel really stupid. I read your first post, but then when I decided to reblog much later, I’d somehow completely forgotten you had Loki experiencing California already.

And if you’re in SoCal, you should probably be the one taking Loki to the beach. I’m in the bay area, so our water is significantly colder. Hmm, or maybe he’d like that? Maybe Loki can try both SoCal and NorCal beaches, just to get a feel for both. Hiking through the redwood forests is still on offer though, if Loki’s interested in coming up here.

Haha that’s okay. I feel like Northern and Southern California beaches are different enough from one another.

I offer myself for make our King experiencing the lovely Mediterranean climate of Italy. You know,… warm sun, sweet air, blue sea, beautiful places, books and tasty food.

You don’t have to worry…I will protect his delicate pale skin with the most soft, effective sunscreen.

Well shit here I am offering California when you’ve got Italy…hopefully we can share

Of course we can. Sharing is caring…

He may not feel entirely comfortable in New York City, but if he wants to visit here anyway he can stay with me.

Seriously, we need to rescue him from Marvel. Let’s write better stories for him to live in.

I’m still here

lokiloveforever:

This blog was created to escape this life, this world, with Loki, and it’s going to continue to do exactly that. I don’t accept the bullshit that Marvel just expects us all to swallow. If they think killing him off is going to kill the love and loyalty, they are totally brainless. I don’t know why they’ve fixated on bestowing upon Loki “a hero’s death” or “heroic suicide” and why being a hero only = death for Loki. The thing they can’t realize is that Loki was already a hero in our eyes.

I would rather see him be the worst villain and BE VERY MUCH ALIVE, than this. Loki was already a hero to me, for they way he endured being neglected, ignored, second best, second choice, second loved, unloved, rejected, misunderstood, cast out, abandoned, tossed aside, and thrown away over and over and over again, and still got back up, and remained standing.  He wore his biting wit and sass and mischief like second skin, wore his heartbreak like a badge of courage and weilded it like the most deadliest weapon. It made him cold, it made him viscious, it made him crazy, it made him broken, it made him hurt, it made him die and come back. It made him wonderful. It made him mine. It made him ours.

I know none of this carries any weight with Marvel. I’m just another fangirl. To them we’re just fangirls fangirling, the bane of Marvel fan existence. To others, we’re “stans” and “apologists”. Whatever tag or label people want to give it doesn’t matter to me. Because I know all of this goes right over their heads. Loki wasn’t supposed to last this long or go this far, and the fact that he did is a big, proud middle finger to Marvel and others who didn’t believe and couldn’t see that this, that Loki, was much, much bigger than Marvel, a much bigger animal than Marvel could’ve ever hoped to harness. It’s out of their hands now, it has a life of its own. And they can downplay his powers, humiliate him, degrade him, water him down to appease the masses, even kill him, but that won’t change anything here. They truly underestimate Loki love. 

lokiloveforever:

epic-penguin-cupcakes:

It’s funny. Six months ago Loki stans were pissed off about his characterization in Ragnarok, thinking that he couldn’t possibly have been handled any worse, and now fast forward to Infinity War and we’re all just like

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I’d want to go back to here

And just let it be a happy ending.

kittyprincessofcats:

“There’s nothing else left for Loki to do in the MCU! His story’s over!”

Well, personally I’ve barely seen any of the things I’ve wanted Loki to do so far, so here’s a list. Things that Loki should still do / that should still happen to Loki in the MCU:

– Loki having an actual deep conversation with Thor about why he’s angry and what went wrong in their relationship. Thor actually apologizing for treating Loki badly when they were younger. Thor and Loki hugging. (You know, kind of like the talk Gamora and Nebula got to have at the end of GotG2.)

– Other characters actually acknowledging that Odin wronged Loki and that (even though he went about it all wrong) Loki had a right to be upset. Thor acknowledging that Loki’s slights were not “imagined”.

– Loki meeting the Avengers again, becoming the snarky “villain-turned-ally” character (think Zuko from AtlA), and fighting alongside them

– Loki coming to terms with his Jotun heritage. We got a bit of this in Infinity War, but I wanted so much more, like:

– Loki changing into his Jotun form – and finding out what exactly Odin did to make him look Aesir in the first place

– Loki using his ice powers (and Tony wasting no time to nickname him ‘Elsa’ or ‘Jack Frost’)

– Loki travelling to Jotunheim to find out more about his birth culture. Meeting his biological siblings (and Thor getting jealous about it). Getting to hear the other side of the story of the war. Finding out how much of the story Odin told Loki about finding him abandoned as a baby is actually true and how much Odin invented to make himself look better. Dealing with any feelings of guilt Loki might have about killing Laufey and trying to destroy Jotunheim.

– Loki meeting the GotG and just getting to interact with them

– Loki and Gamora bonding over their similar backstories (I’ll make a whole other post about this at some point…)

– Loki and Nebula becoming snarky BFFs who bond over their pain and play pranks on their siblings together

– Mantis describing Loki’s own feelings of self-loathing to him

– Loki’s bisexuality/non-straightness actually being adressed (for example through him admitting he had an affair with the Grandmaster?)

– Loki coming out as genderfluid and shape-shifting into Lady Loki (played by Katie McGrath or Eva Green)

– Loki and Thor travelling to Heven and finding their long-lost sister Angela

– Loki living on Earth and becoming BFFs with Verity Willis

– For some reason I really want to see Loki running a night club on Earth

Feel free to add to the list

Dear Marvel

juliabohemian:

bump-into-things:

juliabohemian:

bump-into-things:

juliabohemian:

Since you clearly have no use for Loki and would rather see him dead, than give him the storyline he deserves, I would like to propose an open adoption.

I am a very responsible adult. I have already raised two children. I am a home owner and I have a steady source of income. I would take excellent care of Loki. He could have his own room. I would feed him and make sure that he is healthy and safe. I do live in California, so he would need to use lots of sunscreen. I would see to it that he has plenty of books to read and things to occupy his time and stimulate his mind. I promise to keep him out of trouble and not let him take over the planet. 

I anxiously await your reply,

Julia

I live in Sweden, much closer to his habitual climate. May I propose a shared custody agreement?

He can spend winter with me, summer with you. How’s that?

Sounds perfect. Let’s make sure to synch up so he has a consistent sleep and food schedule.

Will we be setting up play dates for him?

kittyprincessofcats:

“Marvel just didn’t expect Loki to become so popular!”

No shit they didn’t. But breakout chraracters will always exist, and the way to handle it isn’t to give them less screentime and development. Did you know that Sokka from Avatar: The last Airbender was originally supposed to be a minor supporting character and only got a bigger role because his voice actor did such a good job at bringing him to life? Or that Shego from Kim Possible was originally just supposed to be Dr.Drakken’s henchman and only got developed into a full-fledged character because she was so popular with the audience? Or  that Dory from Finding Nemo ended up getting her own movie because she was so popular? I could go on with more examples, but I think you get my point.