Marvel's Loki Series Gets Updated and Cooler New Logo

We have already seen the logo for the upcoming Loki series when the new Marvel Cinematic Universe show was announced at San Diego Comic-Con. However, some fans weren't exactly delighted with the design considering that it lacked the classy look that people usually associated with the God of Mischief. Interestingly, a new fan-made logo has just been unveiled and fans are hoping that Marvel Studios will choose it for the Disney+ series instead.

The new logo was created by digital artist Bosslogic who shared the brief teaser on Instagram. Check it out below.

It's just a short tease that declares all of Loki's titles like "Lord of Mischief", "King of Jotunheim" and "Imposter of Asgard" then uses the letters to create the new logo. Interestingly, it also utilizes Loki's iconic helmet.

Not surprisingly, fans are loving the sleek logo and have been trying to reach out to Disney+ and Marvel Studios. After all, it appears to be a better fit for the upcoming Tom Hiddleston show. However, the studios have yet to comment on the design.

The official logo for the Loki series was revealed at SDCC back in 2018 and it immediately had fans reacting. Some believe that the logo was badly made and that the God of Mischief deserves a better design. However, it is also believed that the logo was only made for the announcement and another one will be unveiled once the show is closer to its expected premiere.

The Loki series has not yet been given an official release date. However, it is expected to be released on Disney+ in 2021.

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