The last time viewers saw Tom Hiddleston and his mischievous trickster God, he was involved in one of the few hanging plot threads from Avengers: Endgame. That is, of course, when Tony and Scott's part in the Time Heist went horribly wrong, and 2012 Loki got his hands on the Tesseract before promptly teleporting away.
But, to where? Well, Loki aims to answer that question and then some. From the first trailer alone, fans can already tell how crazy the Disney+ series is going to be. The show certainly seems to be more along the lines of WandaVision than The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
While Loki did get a date change from May to June, fans still don't have that much longer to go before getting more time with the God of Mischief. It's not a stretch to say that people are chomping at the bits for more information.
A NEW LOOK AT LOKI REVEALED
Shortly after dropping a surprise new trailer, Marvel Studios officially released four new stills from Loki as seen below.
The first image gives a first good look at Wunmi Mosaku's character who we now know is named Hunter B-15. Though, it would seem that she is one of the higher-up guard types within the TVA, tasked with keeping Loki in check.
The second image shows Gugu Mbatha-Raw's character, Judge Renslayer. The first glimpse of the character was in the Disney Investor Day trailer, but her overall role in the show remains unclear.
The third image gives a new look at Owen Wilson's Mobius M. Mobius, who is sitting at an odd, computer-looking device.
The final image gives yet another look at Tom Hiddleston's Loki looking dapper as ever in his TVA prisoner uniform.
WHAT'S NEW WITH LOKI?
These four new images are certainly tantalizing; they don't reveal too much, certainly not as much as the newly-released trailer does. The biggest thing fans get from these new stills is the first look at Wunmi Mosaku's character, even though there isn't much context to go along with it.
Loki certainly promises to be a crazy experience. The new trailer has a quote that references multiple Loki variants, pointing to all the many rumors about different versions of Loki being seemingly accurate.
Recently the inclusion of both Kid Loki and even Lady Loki have been becoming more and more likely. If a huge focus of the show does happen to be on that aspect of the God of Mischief, then it will easily become a strangely unique experience much like the resoundingly successful WandaVision.
Loki is set to premiere on Disney+ on June 11, 2021.