Loki (Norse mythology)
|Relationships:||Fárbauti and Laufey (parents), Helblindi and Býleistr (brothers), Sigyn (wife), Angrboða, Svaðilfari (love interests), Narfi and/or Nari, Hel, Fenrir, Jörmungandr and, according to Prose Edda, Váli (children)|
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Contemporary Interest in Loki
I love how in the Lokasenna half the time the gods don’t even deny the accusations thrown at them, just give a responding insult. Likenorsemythologyanimated-blog, 2015 
“You’re a filthy coward who only cares about sex!”“Ha ha, you got me there, but, I mean, so are you.”
queenofswords, 2021 
Norse Deity ~Vibes~
UPG, but since I was just asked to describe this, here you go:Loki: Weird. The feeling of fireworks at a fun carnival while strange music plays and the earth moves beneath you. Spencer’s Gifts meets ’00s Hot Topic. Shifting, the way you can’t quite hold water. Adapting, always finding a way forward, the missing piece of a puzzle. The sound of a fly.
Without loki, most norse myths would br very very short. It would be:norsesuggestions, 2021 
"Thor arrived. His epic hammer smashed all the heads. The end"
Sooo, one could say, that loki schemes. Saves lives? On the bigger scale!
(Except ragnarök but sssh)
Loki in Popular Culture
- Loki is Luke in the YA novel Eight Days of Luke by Diana Wynne Jones (1975)
- Loki appears in issues #21-28 of Neil Gaiman's comic book series The Sandman (Season of Mists, 1990-91)
- In Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods, Loki sometimes calls himself Low-Key Lyesmith (2001)