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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess, mistress etc.) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess, mistress etc.) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit Administrivia/{{Edit War}}ring previously.


* ShrugOfGod: When people asked about the more trippy aspects of this comic (what happened in metaphor space, what's the deal with Those Who Sit Above in Shadow etc.) Ewing outright suggested asking the characters as they were the ones living/dreaming/whatnot it. He is just writing it how should he know?



* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess, mistress etc.) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess, mistress etc.) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.previously.
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* TeasingCreator: Read the solicits. '''Read them!''' Then the comics too... The creative team of this book has way too much fun playing with expectations and {{Prophecy Twist}}ing their own words. Which is perfectly appropriate for a comic dealing with tricksters.

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* TeasingCreator: Read the solicits. '''Read them!''' Then the comics too... The creative team of this book has had way too much fun playing with expectations and {{Prophecy Twist}}ing their own words. Which is perfectly appropriate for a comic dealing with tricksters.


* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess) goddess, mistress etc.) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.


* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and smaller {{Edit War}}ring previously.

to:

* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun as Loki and the comic uses he (and god) when male and she (and goddess) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and smaller minor {{Edit War}}ring previously.


* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun.
** Though Loki himself uses "he" so shouldn't we be respecting that?

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun.
** Though
pronoun as Loki himself and the comic uses "he" so shouldn't we be respecting that?he (and god) when male and she (and goddess) when female presenting, which led to occasional PronounTrouble and smaller {{Edit War}}ring previously.


* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun.

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun.pronoun.
** Though Loki himself uses "he" so shouldn't we be respecting that?

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* TeasingCreator: Read the solicits. '''Read them!''' Then the comics too... The creative team of this book has way too much fun playing with expectations and {{Prophecy Twist}}ing their own words. Which is perfectly appropriate for a comic dealing with tricksters.


* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual (and genderfluid).

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* WordOfGay: Al Ewing confirmed what Comicbook/TheMightyThor fans always suspected: Loki is canonically bisexual (and genderfluid).and genderfluid. And this is why this page goes with they as Loki's pronoun.

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