Loki, Gender and Costume Design in Thor: The Dark World


Miriam Joy Writes

This post will probably be long, but I was asked to write it (and I’ve been wanting to since I went to see this film), so at least I know I have one reader interested enough to read to the end. Oh, and there are lots of pictures.

Edit: I’ve noticed this post is getting a lot of traffic, which is AWESOME, but hey, I’m really skint, so while I hate being the writer who constantly self-promotes, maybe some of you unexpected visitors would be interested in checking out my ‘Books’ tab? Okay, I feel guilty just writing this. I’m gonna go now. Thanks for reading.

I am by no means the person best qualified to write this post. I’m not a long-term Marvel fan who grew up reading the comics and I still haven’t read them. I jumped on the Marvel bandwagon when the Avengers came out, like…

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I blog about whatever's on my mind. Usually that's stuff like Harry Potter metaposts, writing, and LGBTQ+ topics.
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2 Responses to Loki, Gender and Costume Design in Thor: The Dark World

  1. Miriam Joy says:

    I’m glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

  2. Pingback: There Is (Never) Too Much Information About Books | Musings From Neville's Navel

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