Loki's journey began in Thor, where the character found out that he was adopted. In the movie, it was revealed that Loki was born as a Frost Giant from Jotunheim.
When Loki touched the Casket of Ancient Winters (the ancient weapon of the Frost Giants), his skin turned blue and he ultimately discovered he was adopted.
Funko Highlights Loki's Frost Giant Form
Funko officially released a new, limited edition vinyl collectible featuring Tom Hiddleston's Frost Giant form from the first Thor movie.
The special Funko figure has an impressive glow-in-the-dark feature:
The limited edition Blue Loki Funko Pop has Infinity Saga branding and packaging.
On the back of the box, the first Thor movie's logo can be seen.
Marvel Celebrates Loki's Frost Giant Form
This isn't the first time that Tom Hiddleston's Blue Loki was pushed to the forefront.
In fact, Funko even released a vinyl collectible of the icy prince from Jotunheim.
It remains to be seen if Blue Loki or the Frost Giants as a whole will return in Phase 5 and beyond.
However, the continued exploration of Hiddleston's God of Mischief in Disney+'s Loki series could mean that Loki's icy heritage in Jotunheim might take the spotlight once again.
Thor is streaming on Disney+.