It’s Loki Wednesday! Marvel’s series on Disney + premiered this morning his third episode on the streaming platform and re-marked the day’s agenda. The chapter had shocking revelations, such as the bisexuality of the character played by Tom Hiddleston, but it was also true to his style and included cool references and easter eggs that maybe you went through something. Check out the top 5!
7 Loki Episode 3 References You Missed
The credits at the end served to add a subtle Easter egg to the iconic 1986 film. The guards’ names were revealed in reference to the characters of Bill Paxton (William L. Hudson) and Michael Biehn (Dwayne Hicks) in Aliens: Soldier. Hudson (Ben VanderMey) and Corporal Hicks (Jon Collin Barclay).
During the grass, Loki and Sylvie are trapped in 2077 on the Moon Lamentis-1 that is about to collapse. The scenery is very similar to those used in Star Wars and the date is not causal: that year will be the centenary of the historic saga created by George Lucas.
Precisely the name of the moon that is about to disappear is directly connected with the comics. In the pages it is about a remote planet that is far from the jurisdiction of any superhero. Its appearance only dates from Annihilation: Conquest Prologue # 1 ‘, released in 2007 and written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning.
In episode 3 Lady Loki’s name was finally revealed. This is a reference to the comics to a character that Loki created. However, in the series his origin is different: apparently he is a variant of Loki with a tragic past behind him because all his life he had to flee from the TVA.
A small, but fun reference from Loki to Thor. When he gets drunk and Asgardian folk song, he says “one more”. The same thing Thor said in the 2011 movie in a small restaurant, where he broke a cup when he asked for more coffee.
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