We’re three episodes into Loki, and I’m sorry to say I’m bored. Not with the series, but definitely with the third episode. Despite its 42-minute length, this is the episode where almost nothing happened until the last five minutes. And along the way, the show told us maybe three key secrets.
After a solid start full of twists and turns in episode one, Loki is back for episode two. The surprises continue, although I admit my wife called the cliffhanger. But the best part of episode two wasn’t the action or cliffhangers. Instead, it was a deep discussion of faith during downtime.
Loki has arrived. Arguably the most anticipated Marvel streaming series of the year, it follows the journey of … well, Loki, on a new set of adventures. And if you’re thinking, “but Loki died,” don’t worry, the first episode addresses that. I watched the first episode and can’t wait for more.