After Norse god Loki played one too many tricks in Asgard, Odin banished him to live on Earth as an eleven-year-old school boy. With Thor, Heimdall and the giant Hyrrokkin pretending to be his family, Loki must record his deeds in a magical (slightly sarcastic) diary to prove he’s learning how to become more virtuous.
It’s a bit of a work in progress.
In this diary entry, Loki recounts three spectacular stories, including:
1) Triumphs (and failures) as Loki and Thor take on three tasks for Heimdall.
2) The Norse tale of Thor almost marrying a giant.
3) Loki as a robot. Sort of…
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