HOW HAVE I NEVER SEEN THIS PICTURE BEFORE NOW*interally screams*
the other day my mom asked “would we cramp your style if we moved into the house with you down there?” I replied, “mom. i sit at home with my laptop watching tv and talking to the cat. i don’t have a style to cramp.”
“man i am so tired” stays up for 3 more hours doing absolutely nothing
I’m sorry I-I just had to!The idea came to me after reading this:So I decided to do this little crossover, with Mickey visiting Oswald, during his first few years of life.Oswald grows accustomed to his little brother. But as time passes by, Charles Mintz begins brainwashing Oswald’s innocent little mind, saying that Mickey is his replacement and Walt no longer cares for him.Oswald grows to hate Mickey and decides to no longer have anything to do with him.—-Before any smart mouth says anything, I am well aware that Mickey didn’t know Oswald until Epic Mickey. So please don’t explain to me how they met. Just go with it!Mickey and Oswald (c) Disney
Let’s start explaining “The Loki Theory”- that in Avengers, Loki was in fact being controlled, much like Dr. Selvig and Clint Barton As you can see in the top panel, Loki’s eyes are green. Very green. In the next one, however, they are an extremely pale shade of blue! Tom Hiddleston had to use contacts in Thor because his eyes were supposed to be green, not blue. And in Avengers, they digitally enhanced his eyes to be a more electric shade of blue!
The last gif is the scene in which Thor attacks Loki on top of Stark Tower. If you watch carefully (and I know the quality isn’t too great), you see his eyes start to turn into an olive green. This is also the part in the movie where he tell Thor “It’s too late” when his foster brother says that together, they can mend the destruction caused. He even sheds a tear. However, the Tesseract’s power eventually overcomes him and he stabs Thor in the side.
Of course, everyone remembers when the Hulk smashed Loki across the floor, and if you recall how Clint regained control over his mind, we can easily say that the Hulk’s rough hits caused cognitive re-calibration in Loki. When all the Avengers confront him, it is the first time he shows any humor when he makes the comment about the drink Stark offered him.
Obviously Loki was being controlled by the Other. Though he most likely had at least a small bit of control left, he was being used against his will, and that is “The Loki Theory”. This argument will change any non-believers’ minds…hopefully.
So tired, but still have to work on my spiel. I’m about to pull out my old trick from college of taking a 20 minute nap and then getting to work…