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Love Thy Nerd is dedicated to thoughtful engagement with Phase 4 MCU content. You can find our reflections on the MCU series at these links: WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. Please note that all articles contain spoilers for their respective content. Spoilers for Marvel’s Black Widow appear in this article. Black […]
Each week, as new episodes of Loki drop, LTN Writers reflect on the new MCU series. Check in to see what we think about the Sacred Timeline.
LTN writer Chris Fogle reflects on the Loki finale and how Loki's interactions with his variants have affected his defining characteristic.
When I first dove into It Takes Two, I was expecting a relatively straightforward co-op experience that maybe told a fun story—to experience a game where I could have fun with a friend for a few hours and then move on to the next title. What I got was an in-depth, complex game that explored […]
Each week, as new episodes of Loki release on Disney+, LTN writers will reflect on each episode. You can find what we think about the Sacred Timeline here. Spoiler warning for Loki Episode 5. In a time-wrecked ruin, Loki confronts himself…and himself…and himself…and himself…and herself. Cascading through funhouse mirrors of alternate selves and variant lives, he faces his […]
Each week, as new episodes of Loki release on Disney+, LTN writers will reflect on each episode. You can find what we think about the Sacred Timeline here. Spoiler warning for Loki Episode 4. Loki explores the themes of deceit, self-reflection, redemption, and, most surprisingly, but wholly welcome and joyfully, love. However, the themes that become abundantly clear […]
Loki and his Variant Sylvie have different views of love. Writer Amy Cokenour reflects on her own view of love varies from the others.