Vote Loki

What Do We Lose When A Comic Doesn't Have Its Own Artist?
Recently, the subject of rotating art teams in superhero comics reached a tipping point, and people have started to wonder if the concept does more harm than good in the long run. With double-shipping in superhero comics becoming more prevalent and artists’ contributions are becoming seen as …
This Magazine Kills Fascists: Loki's Cult Of Personality
In the 2016 Marvel mini-series Vote Loki, readers see what happens when a strong personality with no real beliefs outside of their own narcissism runs for the highest office in the land, and how easily a large portion of the voting public can be swayed into voting for someone based on buzzwords and …
Hastings & Foss Bring Mischief To Washington In 'Vote Loki'
Earlier this month on Super Tuesday, Marvel announced an upcoming series titled Vote Loki, featuring the God of Mischief setting his sights on The White House --- although they did so without a creative team in place at that moment. Yesterday at the “All-New, All-Different Marvel” pane…
Brand Loyalty: How Prioritizing Characters Harms Creators
Marvel recently announced what looks to be an intriguing new series titled Vote Loki, which sees The God of Mischief running for office in the 2016 presidential election. The official announcement on Marvel.com featured two covers from Tradd Moore and Valerio Schiti and some words from editor Wil Mo…
Marvel Wants You to 'Vote Loki' for President
Loki, the Asgardian God of Lies and popular villain-turned-antihero, is running for President in a new series coming from Marvel Comics this June. Details of the creative team have not been revealed, and we're not even sure how Loki is technically eligible to stand.