Loki, the upcoming TV series starring Tom Hiddleston as the Marvel Cinematic Universe's God of Mischief, is planned for the Disney+ streaming service. While details about the show have been kept under wraps, its logo has now been revealed, as well as an image that hints at things to come.
Official photos from Walt Disney Company's Investor Day, which was held on April 11 to present new material to come from Disney's studios, have just been released online. One image from that set shows Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige standing before a screen displaying the logo and concept art for Loki.
The logo has a stylish, simple font, with a mix of capital and lowercase letters, suggesting Loki's chaotic nature. The concept art, which shows Loki in the middle of a busy city street, gives some indication the show is set, or will visit, 1975, as the movie theater in the background is advertising Jaws, which released that year.
This setting could indicate that the series takes place in the past, or that time travel is involved in the plot. Since Loki is a functionally immortal character, it's also possible that the scene in the '70s will be nothing but a brief flashback. He also appeared to be permanently dead as of last year's Avengers: Infinity War, so fans will be waiting to see how the show addresses that.
Disney+ will launch in November of this year. However, at this time a release window has not been announced for the premiere of Loki.