Theo Bell

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Character
Name: Theodore Bell
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Relationships: Loki
Fandom: Marvel, Loki: Where Mischief Lies
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It's Nice by Aaronwoolfie2 (2021)

Theo Bell is a main character in the young adult novel Loki: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee. He lives in London in the late Victorian era.

Canon

"Theo's a boy who likes boys. Not boys exclusively, I don't think. We've never discussed it at great length. But that's a criminal offence in our realm. To have intimate physical relationships between two men."
Mrs. S. [1]

Theo was imprisoned in HM Prison Wandsworth, the same prison where Oscar Wilde served part of his sentence for 'gross indecency' in the mid 1890s.[2]

Fandom

Theo became a fan fave quickly after the novel was released.

Quotations

On June 20, 2020, vanillaa-sky said on tumblr:

Theo mention in the mcu when
vanillaa-sky, Archived version

On January 28, 2021, transboyvariant blogged:

I'm reading Loki: Where Mischief Lies and it is so good. There is a character named Theo who is gay and he asked Loki to take him to Asgard because he wanted to be somewhere where people would accept him. Guys I'm crying right now. I just want to hug him. Too many feels. Seriously though, even if you aren't a Marvel fan read this book it's so good.
I’m reading Loki: Where Mischief Lies and it is so good, Archived version

reynolds-pamphlet-main posted on tumblr on June 22, 2021:

I am literally going to riot if Theo Bell doesn’t make it in the MCU
I am literally going to riot, Archived version

On July 28, 2021, consulting-supernatural said:

I swear, everytime I watch ep. 3 and Loki says: a bit of both but nothing ever real, my mind conjures an image of Theo Bell. Please send help.


Anyway, I'm rereading a book. Maybe that will help, or make it worse more likely.
consulting-supernatural on tumblr, Archived version [3]

Pairings

Loki/Theo Bell is probably the most popular ship in the L: WML fandom.

Archives & Resources

References

  1. ^ Lee, Mackenzi, Loki: Where Mischief Lies (New York: Marvel Press, 2019), p. 218.
  2. ^ See: Wandsworth Prison, Archived version
  3. ^ The quotation is a reference to the Loki TV series, season 1.