New THOR Concept Art Reveals That We Could Have Gotten A VERY Different Take On Loki

New THOR Concept Art Reveals That We Could Have Gotten A VERY Different Take On Loki

New THOR Concept Art Reveals That We Could Have Gotten A VERY Different Take On Loki

The current MCU incarnation of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is hardly what you'd call stable, but this new concept art reveals that we almost got a much "loonier" take on The God of Mischief. Check it out...

Well, this would have been... interesting.

Marvel's former Head of Visual Development Charlie Wen has shared some new concept art for one of his original takes on Loki in the first Thor movie, and it's fair to say the character would have turned out very different if they'd gone with this design.

Here, The God of Mischief is sporting full body armor and actually looks more like a cyborg. Plus, that expression on his face backs up Wen's description of this interpretation of the villain as "a bit off."

What do you guys think? Could this version of Loki have worked on screen? Drop us a comment in the usual place.


 

Wacky Loki! My first sketch of him as someone a bit off for the first #thor There were other options but this is the looniest one so I wanted to share. As I think of his backstory and focused on the manipulative bent than his relationship with his bro Thor which develops later, I put more character depth in his final version. At this time I also wanted to play with the idea that Asgard had magic based on science beyond human tech understanding. I’ll post the final Thor I Lokis next! * * * * #loki #thor #avengers #marvel-studios #avengersinfinitywar #infinitywar #behindthescenes #instadaily #cool #movie #drawing #sketch #marvel #bigboy #mcu #conceptart #character-design #picoftheday #art #original #comics #comicbooks #digitalart #imcharliewen #illustration #visualdevelopment #visualstory #storytelling #superhero #story @marvelstudios @marvel @imcharliewen

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