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Thor: The Dark World (liveblog) [x]


Fifth.  Jane is not in on the plan to have Loki cut off Thor’s hand and likely not in on any of the plan.  They would have had time to tell her, while they were climbing up the mountain on their way to Makelith and the Ark, but they didn’t.  Which always struck me as… if you really care about someone and they’re really important to you, wouldn’t you let them in on the plan?  Especially when they’re right in the middle of it?

I’m not coming down on Thor for this, it may well have been that he decided not to tell her because she already had enough to worry about, it may have been because she was out for most of the discussion and he didn’t feel they had time to fill her in, it could just be that his protective instincts were in overgear, where he would take care of the whole thing and then she wouldn’t have to deal with remembering/acting her part.

But I find it interesting that this is yet another example of how Loki is closer to Thor than the woman Thor is in a relationship with.  Yes, he was necessary to the plan and Jane seems to totally understand that Thor was busy with other things, rather than telling her the plan, but it still struck me that Thor brought Loki in on this, but not Jane.

I don’t know if anyone said this yet, but I think the reason why they didn’t tell Jane about the plan was so that her reactions would be real and therefore make the entire thing more believable to Malekith. The plan would work a lot better if Jane herself really thought, oh shit, Loki just betrayed us, so instead of having to act shocked and appalled, she really would be.

But to kind of bring up a different point, this is actually pretty risky, isn’t it, leaving her out of the plan? Risky because if Jane thinks it’s real, that Loki is betraying them, she could ruin the plan herself by attacking Loki.

Normally they could assume that Jane would never be able to do enough in retaliation that would ruin their plan, like, say, killing Loki herself. And note that I said, normally they could assume this. but since Jane is full of the Aether, this was actually a huge risk they took. What if Jane seeing Loki seemingly betray them both to die had been a push that she needed in order to suddenly harness the power of the Aether? That’s normally how Marvel works, after all, with someone gaining their powers once they’re thrown into a life-or-death situation.

So either, Thor and Loki are lucky that Jane was basically reduced to a lamp by the writers so her going all Chernobyl on Loki’s ass was never gonna be a possibility anyway (I’m forever bitter about Jane lol)… or if you want to try giving it rational logic to give Jane some justice then either Jane never bought the charade anyway or I’d say maybe humans would never be able to fully wield the power, they’d only be overwhelmed by it.

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People casually calling Chris Evans ‘Captain’ is my new favorite thing. [x]

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  • French Friend: well, the total cost of me going to Med school is about 406 a year -
  • American Friend: THOUSAND?
  • French Friend: Um, no. 406 Euro. It sounds a little high but it covers the cost of my textbooks, extra classes and most of my housing. How much is it for you?
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i have time to draw againnnnnn now i just have to remember how

dialogue shamelessly stolen from captain america #603. here's the non-separated version

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