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love that you can actually see the transition in Loki's character<--He goes from young and innocent little brother to experienced and hardened villain to conflicted antihero who does his best to hide his emotions but is flirting with the idea of being good and feeling again.

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Ahe’ey - Sky Falling (An Original Novel - Part 1

Loki ~ I am Loki... The parallels in these films are insane. Magnificent character development.

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So my adoration for Moriarty & Loki is completely normal, right? Right! :D

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I love Thor's side of hos relationship with his brother, after he became a villain- "He's still my brother," and he cries when his brother "dies."

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Tom needs to remember he's not actually Loki....and that the Avengers aren't real...right?!<<< um, NO

Tom needs to remember he's not actually Loki....and that the Avengers aren't real...right?!<<< um, NO

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Empathy for the misunderstood characters who go wrong.... it's a fangirl thing. This explains why
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TheRetroInc on Etsy

Empathy for the misunderstood characters who go wrong.... it's a fangirl thing. This explains why

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7 Scientific Reasons Why I Don't Punish – Discipline

Abuse apologists<--- I think this is weirdly important. As the audience, we can easily become intellectually detached from a movie in pursuit of emotionally supporting a villain. It is nice to see some common sense, even if I still like some of the more insane villains out there (I'm looking at you, Moriarty).

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So my best friend and I are falling in love with Kili from the Hobbit...... But before that it was ALWAYS DAVID TENNANT AS THE DOCTOR

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So basically, Jane, you may have a mean right hook, but you're too adorable to be threatening.

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