Loki Fans Are Loving The Coolest New Variant Alligator Loki

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
June 30, 2021  02:52 PM

If there's one thing that we learned in Loki, it's the fact that there is more than just one Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We already met Sylvie, the scene-stealing female Variant introduced in the second episode. Amazingly, Episode 4 just featured the debut of four other Variants including the coolest one, Alligator Loki.

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The fourth episode of Loki was an awesome action-packed episode that saw Loki and Sylvie being rescued by Mobius only to be brought back to the TVA. However, Loki revealed to Mobius the truth about everyone working for the organization being Variants themselves. This led to Mobius freeing Loki but he is quickly pruned by Renslayer.

When Loki and Sylvie finally get to meet with the Time-Keepers, Hunter B-15 interferes and allows the two to fight back against Renslayer and the minutemen. They then discover that the Time-Keepers are just androids and someone else is in control of the TVA. Unfortunately, Renslayer then prunes Loki, sending him to a new dimension.

At first, Loki believes he is in Hel but discovers he is in another dimension where other Loki Variants have been sent. These Variants include Richard E. Grant's Classic Loki, Deobia Oparei's Boastful Loki, Jack Veal's Kid Loki, and the awesome Alligator Loki.

Meet Alligator Loki, the coolest new Variant on the show

We're all delighted to see the other Variants but people just can't get enough of Alligator Loki, who doesn't have a pre-existing existence in the comic books.

But is it Crocodile Loki or Alligator Loki? As a gator enthusiast, I can assure you that since the Variant's snout is flat and wide (crocodiles have a V-shaped snout), we should all adore Alligator Loki.

Loki Episode 4 is now streaming on Disney+.

Related: Loki Episode 4 Finally Confirms Richard E. Grant's Awesome Role

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