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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    So... Thor missed his brother, Loki? Really? Isn't that just asking for trouble, after all the crap, turmoil and hell Loki pulls, Thor misses him and decides the best course is to resurrect him?
    I think the logic behind that was Thor's desire to redeem his brother.If part of the original myths is in Marvel's Norse Gods,then for many centuries,Thor and Loki were friends and had many adventures.So Thor wanted to give Loki a second chance and reconcile with his step-brother.Now, with Loki being a child,Thor is very protective in his young brother.It's one good chance for Loki to be grown up without being mocked by his fellow asgardians.
    "I am Loki Scar-Lip, Loki Skywalker, Loki Giant's Child, Loki Lie-Smith. I am Loki, who is fire and wit and hate. I am Loki. And I will be under an obligation to no one."

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    kid loki is so cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    So... Thor missed his brother, Loki? Really? Isn't that just asking for trouble, after all the crap, turmoil and hell Loki pulls, Thor misses him and decides the best course is to resurrect him?
    That is one of those points where some accept it, some call it bs, so yeah, it was controversial. The overall line of thought that defends Thor's action as "rational" is basically that Thor pretty much always reminded everyone that the mischievous side of Loki saw of lately usually wasn't all that Loki is/was, they had grew up as friends and there is more to Loki even if the centuries hardened his heart and blinded him. Kinda one of those those centuries old affairs of immortal gods that short lived mortals can't properly grasp. That is actually cannon of sorts, Thor often mentioned threw some lines at that. At the other hand, it is also cannon that Marvel did a very poor job at actually showing it and usually even on flashbacks of their youth they focused on mustache twiddling evil side of Loki or a wannabe-evil Loki (understandable though, old mainstream superhero comic book thing, villain = wrong and evil, "no need to show other sides").

    And yes, some people do argue that since it was seldom/never shown on panel Thor was just being naive, having founder memories of his youth than the moments really were, that what we saw was all Loki ever was, or anything along those lines and that they still don't think it makes any sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    So... Thor missed his brother, Loki? Really? Isn't that just asking for trouble, after all the crap, turmoil and hell Loki pulls, Thor misses him and decides the best course is to resurrect him?
    This is not a perfect comparison (and some Iron Man fans might not think it's entirely fair for valid reasons), but you can kind of look at it like Thor and Iron Man after Civil War.

    Yeah, Iron Man did some dickish things and Thor was pretty angry. But in the long run, Thor forgave him because the years of friendship he had with Tony out-weighted the period of time when Stark was being a dick in his eyes.

    It's KIND of the same thing, in that Loki and Thor grew up together and were likely on good terms for the vast bulk of that. To gods that might be centuries. So the recent years where Loki is trying to kill Thor in contrast to the length of time where they were family from a gods perspective might be comparable to lenght of time Tony and Thor were friends in contrast to the period of time they were enemies.

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    I think it's Volstagg


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