LEGO Loki Easter egg rumoured for Marvel Collectible Minifigures

More details have surfaced on the rumoured LEGO Marvel Collectible Minifigures, suggesting we may see a surprising Loki-themed Easter egg included as an accessory.

A detailed report of what to expect from the alleged superhero series landed online back in June, giving us a rundown of each of the 12 rumoured characters and their accessories – and they run the gamut of Marvel Disney+ shows, from January’s WandaVision to August’s What If…?

Two of the minifigures will reportedly be based on Loki, meanwhile, which is currently airing on Disney’s streaming service. Over the past few weeks, we’ve gotten a much clearer idea of what to expect from Loki in his TVA outfit – and an amphibious accessory in the form of Throg – as well as a name for Lady Loki, who calls herself Sylvie in the time-bending TV series.

What we didn’t know, however, was what – if any – accessories Sylvie would come bundled with. Instagram user 1414falconfan now claims that her accessory will be another nod to the variants of Loki that popped up in this week’s episode, Journey Into Mystery. If you still haven’t caught up on the series so far, you may want to look away now to avoid spoilers.

Alligator Loki

According to 1414falconfan, Sylvie’s minifigure will include a green sword, and – better yet – an Alligator Loki accessory. The reptilian god of mischief played a pretty sizeable role in Loki’s escapades in the void at the end of time, so we’re very keen to see how he’ll translate into LEGO form.

The classic LEGO crocodile/alligator piece (BrickLink doesn’t specify which of the two animals it’s intended to portray) would be way too big to represent Alligator Loki, and presumably too big to include in a Collectible Minifigures blind bag, so we’re expecting to see a brand new element for this accessory – not least because it’ll need a pair of horns to make it enough of a Loki-like. (Sorry not sorry.)

Click here for the full rundown of rumoured LEGO Marvel Collectible Minifigures – and remember, nothing is confirmed until the LEGO Group says so. We’ll keep you posted.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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