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Marvel’s Loki Implies He’s Been Involved Romantically With [SPOILER] and [SPOILER]

Asgard’s Trickster God reveals just a few of his exes in Marvel Voices: Pride, and two in particular are just as impossibly powerful as Loki himself.

The following contains major spoilers for Marvel Voices: Pride #1, available now from Marvel.

Loki just revealed he’s had relationships with two of the most wildly different Marvel powerhouses of all time.

“All My Exes in the Nexus” — a story featured in Marvel’s Voices: Pride #1 from writer Alyssa Wong (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, Iron Fist) and artist Stephen Byrne (Justice League/Power Rangers, Joy Operations) — brings readers back to the heyday of the Young Avengers. In the process, it also shines new light on the many former lovers of Asgard’s own Trickster God, including a couple of other mystic Marvel icons.

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When the Young Avengers receive an urgent distress call, they answer only to find Kid Loki imprisoned by a group of his most maligned exes. Thankfully, the combined might of Loki, Wiccan, Hulkling and an understandably begrudging America Chavez proves to be more than enough to quell the threat. As easy as this battle was for them to win, Loki admits that things might have gone differently if Hercules or Morgan Le Fay had shown up to join in the fight.

Hercules Panhellenios made his first appearance silver age appearance in 1965’s Journey into Mystery Annual in the story “When Titans Clash!” by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Son of the Greek pantheon’s own Zeus and human Alcmena, Hercules was born with impossible strength and even greater potential. Hercules soon enough became a myth unto himself, though he wouldn’t attain true godhood until after his tragic demise. In the modern era, Hercules has become an on-again-off-again hero of prominence, playing prominent roles in numerous major events alongside the likes of the Mighty Avengers.

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The half-human, half-fairy sorceress Morgan Le Fay was introduced in 1955’s Black Knight #1 by Stan Lee and Joe Maneely. Growing up under the tutelage of the ancient wizard Merlyn, and developing a twisted relationship with him along the way, Morgan was always fated to become a villain in her own right. In years since, she has been both a partner to and romantic interest of Doctor Doom. She has also become a frequent menace to Marvel’s mutant heroes on account of her considerable influence over the goings-on related to Otherworld, Avalon, and Camelot.

Marvel Voices: Pride #1 features writing, art, colors, and covers from dozens of the industry’s best. The issue is on sale now from Marvel Comics.

Source: Marvel

John Dodge has been an avid consumer of comic books and nerd culture for as long as he can remember. An expert on competitive gaming and obscure kids shows from the 80’s and 90’s, John has far too many opinions about Beetleborgs for someone in their thirties. You can find him occasionally discussing them over on Twitter at @JohnJDodge.

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