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#86 - mmoranoderp
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that's from the story of sigurd
the otter is actually a dude who can turn into an otter :)
#85 - atangytaco
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#84 - seanbeanaway
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You know his name isn't Loki... Loki is just a dumb english translation, here in Norway where i come from we call him Loke...
#83 - doctorflabbergast
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That's terrible, Loki.
#81 - PrescriptionMcCoy
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#80 - ivoryhammer
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#79 - ragged
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You should do a comic based on the Sleipnir myth.    
   
Y'know, the one where Loki gets ****** by horse.
You should do a comic based on the Sleipnir myth.

Y'know, the one where Loki gets ****** by horse.
#141 to #79 - rel [OP]
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You'll be happy to know that I plan to indeed continue and make the comic series called "Loki & Thor."
However, instead of it purely being based on Norse Mythology, it's just going to be random things they do. If you would like to subscribe and even give any ideas/suggestions you have, feel free. :)
#78 - nim
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#76 - anon
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from the volsunga right? wasn't the otter a son of the demon hreidmar?
#75 - rewday
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Loki killed the otter? Well Loki does what he wants.
Loki killed the otter? Well Loki does what he wants.
#74 - dancingTrooper
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do it, for the lols
#140 to #74 - rel [OP]
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You'll be happy to know that I plan to indeed continue and make the comic series called "Loki & Thor."
However, instead of it purely being based on Norse Mythology, it's just going to be random things they do. If you would like to subscribe and even give any ideas/suggestions you have, feel free. :)
#151 to #140 - dancingTrooper
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I am taking a class on world mythology, i'll be looking for the myths i learned XD
#73 - secretlywheatbread
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#64 - heartlessrobot
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**** Odin.
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#51 - Marker
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I could have sworn Thor was in that story, not Odin. I could be thinking of a different one, though.
#87 to #51 - mmoranoderp
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they both are
#88 to #87 - Marker
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I still could have sworn the only instance of Odin ever leaving the realm of the gods was to become the Wanderer.
#89 to #88 - mmoranoderp
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they were all in the story of sigurd
#90 to #89 - Marker
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Last I remember, Sigurd happened much later. The otter and the mortal family involved had a major influence on the story of Sigurd, but there was a good jump in time before Sigurd actually did anything noteworthy.
#91 to #90 - mmoranoderp
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yeah i think the otter thing was his dad... idk
i took a high school class in mythology for one semester 2 years ago so i'm not a completely reliable source
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#46 - galkawhm
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******* Odin!
#45 - dragginbref
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#110 to #49 - mrbuu
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it doesn't have weight to it. it has magic that it can not be picked up by thouse who arn't worthy then changed to who isn't thor after too many worthy used it. the fact is if he set it down it wouldn't crush a bug.
#82 to #49 - anon
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The answer to that question depends on what facts you base the answer on my dear friend.

In the comics Thor lost his power if he let go of the hammer for 60 seconds or more.
in the movies Loki and The Hulk can't pick it up at all, thus making it a fine loki trapper.

However, in the real stories straight from the north mjölnir could be picked up by you and me at any given time. Loki gave the hammer to thor as a gift, thus he managed to carry it at some point.

I prefer the latest answer myself, I see no point behind a hammer no one, but you can move properly. it'd just be a mess to be honest.
#63 to #49 - delicaking
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captain america and the hulk have both lifted it in various Marvel comics
#77 to #63 - thevoid
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When did Hulk lift it? I remember Cap doing it but not Hulk.
#131 to #77 - delicaking
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one of the avenger comics don't remember exactly which
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#68 to #65 - delicaking
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I myself prefer the comics but I do not judge you.

please accept this totally unrelated pom and zi picture
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#66 to #58 - mattmuch
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You'd need to be worthy to pick Mjonlir up though, even if Thor was mortal.
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#69 to #67 - mattmuch
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Jesus Christ that was a fast reply.
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#52 to #49 - logicstrike
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HE IS THE VIKING GOD OF THUNDE!!! HE BEAT PHYSICS INTO SUBMISSIO WITH HIS THUDEROUS PENIS EONS AGO!!!!
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