Loki Episode 2 Memes: Fans Worry For Doctor Strange

As soon as fans finished watching the second episode, Twitter was flooded with Loki Episode 2 memes. The Marvel series stars Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, and Sophia Di Martino. The episode ended on a cliffhanger but revealed a lot that has blown away fans’ minds.

After watching the first episode, Loki fans were heartbroken to see the God of Mischief in tears. But the revelation that the Variant that’s killing TVA’s minutemen is one of his versions left them astonished. But today’s episode was also full of many such mind-bending moments.

Loki Episode 2 memes shared by Tom Hiddleston and the show’s fans contain many spoilers. From Mobius’ (Owen Wilson) admiration for Jet Ski to Lady Loki (Sophia Di Martino), fans have used their creativity to the best to express their feelings towards the new episode.

One of the Loki Episode 2 memes also teased how much headache Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) will have because of Spider-Man (Tom Holland), Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Loki. Some fans shared out of context memes to avoid spoilers
which are also hilarious AF.

Take a look at some of our favourite Loki Episode 2 memes:

Also Read: Loki Episode 1 Recap: Glorious Purpose

Along with Loki Episode 2 memes, #Episode2, #LadyLoki, and #LokiWednesdays are also trending at the top on Twitter. These Loki memes will definitely leave a smile on your face.

Loki series fans are enjoying Mobius-Loki’s fun banter in the series. In addition, Owen Wilson is garnering a lot of praises for his stupendous MCU debut and his performance in the series. Recently, director Kare Herron revealed how she convinced Wilson to be a part of the Disney+ Hotstar series.

During a Zoom interaction, the director told the reporters, “I love his work, and I remember that me and the team were so excited about casting him. And they were like, ‘Okay great, Kate, you’re gonna phone him, and you’ll get him on board.’ And I was like, ‘Okay’. It was a lot of pressure in that sense. But his films that he made with Wes Anderson early on, like Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, they made me want to make films. I love his work as a writer as much as an actor and I thought he was such an interesting idea as Mobius.”

The Loki director added, “And honestly, we just had a really long conversation about the world building within the show, the themes of the show, who Mobius is and his relationship with Loki, and who is Loki and his arc. It was a very comprehensive conversation. I remember my heart was beating so fast and I was like, ‘Oh, it sounds like he’s into it’, and at the end of the call, he was just like ‘I’m in’. And that was it really.”

Meanwhile, today’s episode revealed that one of the variants is Lady Loki. However, that might not be her real name as she didn’t like it when Loki addressed her as Loki. Also, the sacred timeline is in trouble too.

Which are your favourite Loki Episode 2 memes? Did you enjoy today’s episode? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Also Read: Loki Episode 2 Recap: The Variant

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