“I won’t ever leave you, even though you’re always leaving me.” ― Audrey Niffenegger
"The idea of a world without Thor sounds bleak to him. What would he live for? […] He realizes that Thor’s good opinion—his friendship, his love—is that which he has always desired and, starved of them, have made him what he is today.” —from the official blood brothers synopsis by rob rodi and esad ribic
There will never be a dawn that breaks the spell surrounding us.
Cut me into two
And with all your magic
I disappear from view
And I can’t get over,
Can’t get over you
Thor brought you back, Loki. He loves you. And that means he’ll take care of you. He’ll always take care of you. —Thor #621 (2011)
They feared him, he knew. They would come to fear him more… They would sing songs and tell tales about him… That was his destiny… All he had to do… was wait. — Thor: The Trials of Loki #4
"It has always been you, you oafish halfwit,” Loki says.
Okay, fine, I’ll play too. All this glorious V-Day Thorki art has inspired me to do one too (instead of, you know, work I’m supposed to be doing). You guys really outdid yourselves this year— lots of Thorki love on my dash today. :)
I really hate valentines day, just a perpetual reminder of how I don’t have my shit together (because it always comes around every year and every year it’s just a regular day for me *plays tiny violin*), but I love these two SO MUCH that I just couldn’t help myself. And naturally because it’s me there had to be a touch of angst.
Its supposed to be Sigyn, the Goddess of Fidelity who, in norse mythology, is a beautiful blond woman who is Loki’s faithful wife. In the marvel universe, because she is in the comics a bit, She was meant to marry another warrior named Theoric, but Loki wanted her very much so he killed Theoric in the forest, disguised himself as the warrior and married Sigyn. When the truth came out, Odin wanted to punish Loki and Annul the marriage, but Sigyn remained loyal and so they were allowed to be together and she earned her title as Goddess of Fidelity.
She is always loyal to him, even when he pushes her away. The only myth that really includes her is when Loki is being punished by being tied down under a snake that drops poison from its fangs onto Loki, but Sigyn sits beside him and catches the poison in a bowl to save her husband who she loves.
Im 99.8% sure thats who the girl in this comic is supposed to be.