Next to me you're all number two!
Honestly I wonder if Loki isn't just going to give Hel his share of souls when the world ends to try and smooth things over.
Oh, no, I just mean that if Hela was planning to try to end Loki by denying him worshippers, telling him exactly how she plans to do so is not the best of plans. I agree he probably feels bad, but Loki's a survivor, too, I don't see him sacrificing his own existence for her sake.You are (dis)missing a rather central piece of information that came up in the latest strip: Loki is genuinely hurt by Hel's words. He done fucked up by her and she isn't inclined to let him make amends.
I really don't think Loki is going to go on an hilarious, humilation-filled revenge quest against Hela.
Which as we now know is correct. We were a bunch of dust floating in the void, we coalesced into a life-bearing planet, but eventually the sun will go nova and blast us back into a bunch of dust floating in the void.
Indeed.I don't agree.
Neither is he going to just roll over and die for her.I really don't think Loki is going to go on an hilarious, humilation-filled revenge quest against Hela.
The red giant sun is predicted to reach Earth's current orbit, but!, the Earth may gain some orbital energy from the expanding sun and actually expand it's orbit in the process, escaping direct engulfmentIt will most likely just swell up a bit (although I do think the Earth is supposed to be close enough to be caught in the radius of its red giant) and then quietly fade away.
None of the versions I have read, involve any jotunns surviving at all, much less them getting to have all the stuff.Even if we ignore the idea that they are a Christian addition, it's not as though the basic facts of the matter change. There will still be the Jotunn who have all the stuff and the surviving Aesir and humans who need it.
I don't see how this doesn't end in more violence.