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First Look at Loki Disney+ Series Reveals 1970s Setting

June 9, 2019 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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The first look at Disney’s upcoming Loki series on Disney+ is online, and it reveals a 1970s setting for the film. You can see a pic of Kevin Feige at the Disney investor meeting in April below, which featured concept art from the show. The setting appears to be 1975, as Jaws is showing on the theater marquee in the background. You can also see several people in 1970s fashion and cars, as well as the logo for the series.

When last we saw Loki, he was in Avengers: Endgame and escaped with the Tesseract when Tony, Cap and Ant-Man went back to the Battle of New York to try and claim it. Whether the series follows directly on those events or is set in the past is not yet sure.

A release date for Loki is not yet revealed, but it will launch on Disney+ some time after the service’s November 12th launch.