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Loki Season One 


I just finished watching Loki Season One on Disney+ thanks to Peter getting a free month of that streaming service through Xbox Game Pass. Might as well use the freebie to watch and review some shows and movies while we can. Loki Season One picks up right where we last saw Loki from the movies. He has the Tesseract and is bent on righting the wrongs he has faced. Sadly for Loki the TVA shows up and kidnaps him.

The Time Variant Authority (TVA) is in charge of keeping the sacred timeline from diverging from the one true path. There is a lot of talk of faith in Loki Season One pertaining to keeping the timeline pure and in essence no one is allowed to have free will. Make the wrong choice and the TVA shows up and prunes you. What happens when you are pruned? SPOILER ALERT! You either wind up working for the TVA with no knowledge of your past or you are sent to the end of time where a giant void monster tries to devour you.

The issues families can have with Loki Season One are violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, bad language, lies, false gods, attack on faith, promotes sexual deviancy and more. Loki Season One has a plethora of different Loki’s in it. We get a female Loki, alligator Loki, old Loki, and so on. There is some humor in Loki Season One. Loki does not feel very mischievous in Loki Season One. He is also dealing with people that know his almost every move in these six episodes. Loki actually seems and feels heroic in Loki Season One. That came as a real surprise to me personally.

The ending of Loki Season One promotes the multiverse belief. It also opens the door for the return of a poorly casted Kang the Conqueror. Maybe Kang will appear in shows and movies beyond Loki Season One. He could be the next big baddie for the MCU for years to come. Time will tell how far Marvel and Disney plan out their upcoming phases.

Loki Season One deals with some pretty heavy topics that can spark discussion. Do you murder a tyrant and let someone worse into power? Do you believe in free will or is everything destiny? Do you choose faith or cynicism? Can bad characters be redeemed? Are you willing to forgive? Would you murder someone evil in cold blood?
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Marvel Studios
Rating: ‘TV-14’ – FOURTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi Violence}

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