Review of chapter "Forgotten Realms" from BlueEyedJedi
Xander as Loki. About @%#%&%&^^^*&^^ing time. I like these stories.
Review By [BlueEyedJedi
] • Date [25 Jan 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from WolfWriter
Knowing Loki, he is going to screw over Surtur in a BIG way, make no mistake.
This was GREAT! FANTASTIC! SUPERB even!
Uh...which version of Loki was this? Straight up mythology verse? Movie verse or comic verse?
I liked the movie version of Loki, but the really bad ass one was the comic version.
He was just such a complete dick at times, and yet, at the same time, he had genuine emotional issues that not even the greatest therapist in the universe could deal with.
He was way more interesting than Thor, was way more messed up in the head, and was a lot more fun, to tell the truth.
He might have been a dick, but at least he wasn't a boring dick.
I can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Comments from author:
Honestly? Loki is Loki.... It doesn't matter which verse he is - he's still got a ton of levels in badass! *winks*
Seriously, I have read precisely two comics with Loki in them. Both of which were on different story arcs. I like to think I got the general feel of him, but I'm hazy on comic-verse details. I'd like to picture my Loki as a combination of all three sources, though. Which is why my disclaimer is always simply "Marvel" and not specific to either subdivision. (i.e. Marvel Comics vs. Marvel Studios)
I grew up reading mythology for fun. (Norse, Greek, Egyptian, Celtic.... There are some really fun Russian ones, too.) There were a select few that always appealed to me. Loki remains one of my favorites.
Review By [WolfWriter
] • Date [7 Mar 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Forgotten Realms" from IcemanII
Excellent start, very interesting.
Review By [IcemanII
] • Date [7 Mar 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Forgotten Realms" from JediKnight
Interesting, but what wasthis a crossover with?
Comments from author:
Sorry, I suppose I should have noted it. (smacks forehead) I'll remember to on the next one. Artemis Entreri appears in short stories and books set in the Forgotten Realms. He is an antagonist (and occasionally protagonist) in many wonderful tales written by R. A. Salvatore.
Review By [JediKnight
] • Date [17 Feb 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]