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Loki viewers all have the same complaint as Tom Hiddleston’s Marvel series finally hits Disney+

LOKI viewers all have the same complaint as Tom Hiddleston’s Marvel series finally hit Disney+.

Marvel fans have been desperately waiting for the latest series in the MCU to arrive on the streaming service, and today was the day they finally got to see Tom back in action as the God of Mischief.

Loki fans have all had the same complaint about the Marvel series as it finally dropped on Disney+ today

The series is set after the events of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, however the writers have gone to great lengths to keep specific plot details under wraps.

Fans had hoped to find out all its twists and turns in one go, but were left devastated to discover it was only the first episode that had dropped today, not the entire series.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Not my normal tweet but I seriously don’t know if I can handle that I can only watch one episode of #Loki today or if I have the patience to wait until all episodes are released so I can binge-watch.”

Another added: “#loki waiting for the next episode like, how am i supposed to wait A WEEK?”

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Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as the God of Mischief[/caption]

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Fans were gutted there was only one episode and that they couldn’t binge the whole series[/caption]

A third tweeted: “I have to wait ONE MORE WEEK????????? #loki.”

Despite his status as a villain, Loki has long been one of the most popular characters within the franchise.

Tom, 40 played the character in a handful of the franchise’s films, including all three Thor films, 2012’s The Avengers, and 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War.

The character operated as the main villain in the first Thor film and The Avengers.

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Tom has played the trickster on a number of occasions in the MCU films[/caption]

The trailer revealed how Loki had escaped captivity only to end up captured and detained by another organisation.

Loki appears to have been caught by the TVA, which is known as the Time Variance Authority in Marvel comics.

The series also stars Owen Wilson and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

Loki is available on Disney+ with new episodes dropping every Wednesday.

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