Over the years, fans have shown their appreciation for the character by making him the subject of countless memes. They have poked fun at his constant fake deaths, tricky relationship with his family, and their own love for the man.
Like Loki, Thanos is more complex and interesting than the average villain. And the Titan is mightier than virtually every other evil-doer in the MCU. In Infinity War, Ebony Maw tries to compliment his boss's strength by claiming he's the only one to ever hold two Infinity Stones at once.
This meme from Memedroid correctly points out that The Black Order member is wrong because, in the first Avengers, Loki had both the Space and Mind Stone in his possession. The God Of Mischief didn't really use the two stones at the same time, but it still counts.
Throughout his time in the MCU, Loki strives to be a ruler, and as this Reddit meme mentions, it doesn't always go well. He tries multiple different strategies to get his hands on a throne, but each time he ends up getting captured.
At the end of The Dark World and the beginning of Ragnarok, he does spend a little time in charge of Asgard posing as Odin. As always, though, Loki's fun is interrupted by Thor, who quickly sees through his deception.
Sibling relationships come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. Avengers_Super_Fan posted this meme on Instagram, comparing the bond between T'Challa and Shuri with the one shared by Thor and Loki.
The royal siblings of Wakanda often share some playful insults - T'Challa is usually on the receiving end. The sons of Odin, on the other hand, tend to engage in full-scale battles against one another. Not to mention Loki regularly betrays his own brother.
A surprising moment in the first Thor movie is when Loki finds out he's not Asgardian and is actually a Frost Giant. Odin took him when he was just a baby to raise him as his own. However, one Reddit user has humorously questioned the legitimacy of Odin's claims surrounding Loki's real parentage.
The Redditor's meme shows that Loki shares plenty of mannerisms with Anthony Hopkin's version of Hannibal Lecter. And, of course, Hopkins is also the man to portray Odin in the MCU.
From falling off the rainbow bridge to getting stabbed by a Dark Elf, Loki 'dies' quite often in the MCU. However, each time it's revealed that the God of Mischief is simply tricking those around him and actually remains among the living.
The fake deaths have happened often enough at this point that fans don't fall for it anymore. Sometimes Marvel even tries to convince everyone that he's really gone, but viewers still don't believe it, as this meme shows.
Loki's attack on earth during one of the best MCU movies, The Avengers, seemed like a huge threat at the time. After all, the God of Mischief and the Chitauri ambush New York with all their might.
However, Loki's invasion seems like a minor problem compared to the galactic threats the Avengers later come up against. One fan's tweet even claims they miss the days when all the Avengers had to deal with was the dramatic Asgardian. There are certainly fewer deaths in the earlier movies.
While he flirts with the side of good for some time, Loki doesn't truly become a hero until Thor: Ragnarok. Late in the movie, he stands side by side with his brother and fights against Hela's forces to save Asgard.
Yet, not all of his actions are good because he also steals the dangerous Tesseract from Odin's vault. And as this meme from me.me shows, his one dishonorable act has disastrous consequences. In pursuit of the Infinity Stone, Thanos finds Loki and the rest of the Asgardians and begins his reign of terror.
Odin doesn't hide his favoritism towards Thor very well in the movies. He even positions the God of Thunder as his heir despite the man being a reckless dimwit at the time. Loki, on the other hand, is a lot smarter than his older brother, but his father doesn't seem to care.
Perhaps, Odin sensed the evil in his youngest son's heart. Yet, the God of Mischief may not have committed any villainous actions if his father had treated him as well as he did Thor. This meme from MemeZila has represented Odin's favoritism using breakfast.
Loki features in six MCU movies, sometimes as the villain, other times as a show-stealing supporting character. Yet, regardless of his role in the plot, the God of Mischief clearly has a pattern of behavior, as pointed out by Mario Sirait, whose comment was posted on Reddit.
In each movie he's a part of, Loki either meets his demise or steals the Tesseract. While fans know that dying and taking Infinity Stones are common activities for the Asgardian, it is still surprising that his actions fit into a specific pattern.
In several movies, Loki proves himself to be an incredible fighter due to his lightning speed and underrated strength. Although, his greatest power is certainly his trickery, as he can create all sorts of illusions to deceive his foe. Thor, in particular, is commonly fooled by Loki's antics as comically depicted in this meme from Imgur.
It wouldn't be surprising to see the God of Mischief take the form of a butterfly in hopes of his older brother lowering his guard. And it'd be even less surprising for Loki to take advantage of the situation and stab his brother.