Oh god. So here’s the deal with Loki, in the comics.
I mentioned in part one of this dressed-up rambling about comics that after his plan to attack Asgard with Norman Osborn backfired badly, and he went out in a blaze of glory. This is true. It is also true that he did so after a series of backstabs, time-traveling, and double-dealing that removed him from Hela’s (ruler of the Norse underworld, kind of evil, mostly just… ruler of Hel, for all that entails) books, so he was reborn as a child, with no memory of his past.
And then things went badly. For us.
I wonder how many Sherlockians are aware of the popular theory among scholars that Arthur Conan Doyle’s knighthood was a personal bribe from the king of England to return to writing Sherlock Holmes stories after The Final Problem.
every time i get sad i just remember how much sir arthur conan doyle hates sherlock and i laugh for like at least 20 minutes