LOKI: There's Lots Of New Footage In This Action-Packed Critics TV Spot For The Disney+ Series

Marvel Studios has shared a new TV spot for Loki, and there's heaps of never-before-seen, action-packed footage from upcoming episodes of the Disney+ series after Wednesday's cliffhanger. Check it out...

Marvel Studios has released a new minute-long TV spot for Loki that's airing in the U.S. at the moment, and there are plenty of glimpses ahead to what comes next in the Disney+ series.

In this preview, we see the God of Mischief in a futuristic city of some sort before taking what looks like a pretty crazy train journey. We also hear Loki ponder the true meaning of good and evil, while getting a glimpse of a flaming sword - which is Laevateinn, the character's mystical, ancestral blade from Norse mythology and the comic books - and another shot of what looks like Vormir.

Oh, and as we mentioned in the headline, this is a critics TV spot for Loki, so if you pay close attention around the 0:35 second mark, you'll spot a familiar name alongside ComicBookMovie.com!

In our review of the first two episodes of Loki, we said: "Nothing can prepare you for Loki, a mind-bending dive into the Marvel Multiverse that takes everything you thought you knew about the MCU and turns it on its head for one of the most ambitious, craziest stories Marvel Studios has ever told."

With only four episodes of Loki left, we're definitely expecting some big reveals next Wednesday, but with no screeners provided to critics, everyone will be learning what they are at the same time!

Check out this awesome new look at Loki below:
 

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