"You’re doing such a splendid job blending in."
"I thought it urgent when you called me here."
"Oh but it was urgent; I was dying to see you.”
"Loki if this is another of your—"
"Do shut up, Thor. You’re already sitting here, so let’s talk."
I don’t know, I just really wanted to draw Lady Loki in Midgardian clothes and Thor with his braid. It ended up with her and Thor sitting at an outdoor cafe… because reasons.
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love this for so many reasons #thor probably just found out that bruce turns into the hulk #and he literally met bruce hours ago #and everyone else who has known bruce just sees him as the hulk #but thor sees him as bruce banner #not the monster #he knows bruce somewhere in there#that the hulk isn’t just a mindless beast #and to make this even more feelsy#this is just like how he treats loki #everyone else sees loki as a psychotic menace #and thor is the only one who tries to reason with him instead of just attacking #this is why i hate it when people say thor is just all muscle and looks #he is so much more #he’s the only one who’s given the ‘monsters’ a chance to redeem themselves #and to me #thats one of the most heroic things someone can ever do (via mycroft-queenofcake)
The parallels of these two moments kill me
In Thor, not being able to lift Mjolnir was the worst kind of punishment. Everything he knew and felt about himself was ripped apart, when he was no longer worthy. He wanted nothing more than to be able to life it, to be worthy again, so that he could go home. Back to his family, back to his life. But he isn’t worthy, he was arrogant, and foolish And this is when he realises the severity of his banishment, in this moment. What it means to be powerless.
Cut to the Avengers. The brother, who he grew up with, who he loves dearly, is raging war on the one place he swore to protect, the one place he loves possibly as much as he love Asgard, and to top it off, just tried to kill him. But none of that matters to Thor. Loki will always be his brother, regardless of his parentage or what wrongs he does. In this moment Thor knows he is worthy. He could have called Mjolnir to him, instead of walking over. But he knows that the sooner he lifts Mjolnir, the sooner he has to go and try to stop his brother. By any means necessary. How can the possibility, of him having to kill his brothers, be something that makes him worthy or Mjolnir’s power?