We learned in the summer of 2019 that we can expect Loki to arrive on Disney+ in the spring of 2021, which means we probably shouldn’t expect to see any footage until at least 2020. That’s sad, but it doesn’t mean we are completely without a clue as to what the series will bring.
In June and July of 2019, Marvel Studios released two quick looks at what’s ahead for the God of Mischief on his new adventure, both vague but intriguing. As part of a Disney investor presentation, Feige revealed an image of Loki in what appeared to be 1970s New York City, as evidenced by the cars around him and a theater marquee advertising Jaws. This, of course, further underlines our expectation that time travel will factor into Loki‘s story.
We’ve also gotten a logo, released by Marvel Studios during San Diego Comic-Con. Once again, the mismatched aesthetic here is all about showing us how Loki is able to hop around time and through various cultures, potentially affecting the course of history along the way.