It’s a well-known fact that half the universe died in Avengers: Infinity War with a simple snap from Thanos's fingers. But it's absolutely indigestible that 50 percent of Marvel's superheroes would not come back. Still, certain deaths looked irreversible like Thanos said no resurrection this time, especially that of Thor's mischievious brother Loki, who died not too long into Infinity War. But after some time-traveling stuff in Avengers: Endgame, we're not so sure that he's truly dead anymore.
Picking up right from Thor: Ragnarok, Infinity war opens with Thanos right in front of Loki, Thor, and the Asgardians. We know that Loki got hold of the Tesseract, which contains the Space Stone. After snatching the Infinity Stone, Thanos kills Loki. This prompts Thor with the motive to avenge his brother's death throughout the Infinity War installation.
Much to our delight, we see Loki again in Endgame, but it's kind of complicated this time. Basically, the Avengers travel back to different points in time to catch hold of all the six Infinity Stones so that they can undo Thanos's snap. And in the course of the event, we spot a huge point where Loki somehow gets hold of the Tesseract and vanishes.
Cap and Iron Man go back to the '70s to get hold of more Pym particles and the Tesseract, but the implications for Loki's whereabouts remain open-ended. Eventually, Cap keeps back all the Stones (and finally gets his dance with Peggy). Since he took the Tesseract from the '70s, he probably didn't stop Loki in 2012.
We somewhere left in the cliffhanger about Loki, though. In an alternate timeline, Loki could be freed and must be wreaking havoc on the world with the stone. This also looks like the perfect condition for his upcoming Disney+ show, in which we'll see him influence historical events. All we have to do is just wait and watch how the god of mischief’s timeline unwinds in the new series.
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