A new set of Twitter emojis for Disney+’s latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series Loki debut for Owen Wilson’s Mobius and the TVA’s Miss Minutes.
A new set of Twitter emojis for Disney+’s latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series, Loki, have arrived for Owen Wilson’s Mobius and the TVA’s Miss Minutes. Wilson’s character is an agent of the mysterious Time Variance Authority who ropes Tom Hiddleston’s God of Mischief into helping find a time variant who is taking out agency teams. The orange cartoon clock voiced by Tara Strong acts as the mascot for the TVA but will reportedly hold bigger ties for the characters and story.
The new Disney+ installment of the MCU is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame in which the 2012 iteration of the titular character escaped before being swiftly arrested by the TVA. In addition to exploring the character a little further, the series will mark the first proper introduction of the multiverse into the MCU after brief teases in Spider-Man: Far From Home and WandaVision and ahead of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. As fans are reeling from the excitement of its pilot episode, the fun of Loki is only just getting started.
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Pop artist 100% Soft took to Twitter to share their latest emojis created for the MCU with those of Wilson’s Mobius and Strong’s Miss Minutes. Much like the Falcon and Winter Soldier and WandaVision emojis created prior, the new ones offer a cuter design to the duo alongside that of Hiddleston’s Loki. Check out the emojis below:
Though they may not have the same lasting power as a Funko Pop! figure, fan-favorite characters getting the emoji treatment on social media is nonetheless a treat to see. With Wilson’s Mobius having already caught audiences’ attention in Loki‘s opening episode thanks to both the acting and the writing, the chance for viewers to get to discuss the character with the attachment of a cute little emoji on social media is a fun little ode to fan devotion. As the pilot is the only episode aired thus far, the possibility of new series-tied emojis is certainly a likely one after the extensive work 100% Soft put into the series’ predecessors.
Even if new emojis don’t roll out, Disney+’s newest MCU series will nonetheless continue to dominate the social media landscape in the coming weeks for its remaining six episodes. With a season 2 already reportedly in the works for Marvel’s Loki, the end for Hiddleston’s tenure in the franchise won’t be coming anytime soon. The only question on the mind now is where is the MCU’s Mephisto or will it ever happen?
Loki releases new episodes every Wednesday on Disney+.
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