I don’t think it was a coincidence that the void shared similarities to Neverland.
We have the young leader of a group of lost boys Lokis who never grow up age. Who have no interest of leaving Neverland because 1) their home is gone but 2) that would mean they’d have to grow up.
They go on frequent adventures and nearly escape death every time.
We have the cartoonishly evil antagonist and his band of pirates set out to foil the plans of Peter Pan Kid Loki for no reason other than to win.
Who was foiled by a mischievous crocodile alligator.
And lost his hand.
We have Wendy Loki offered the chance to be a lost boy Loki but unlike the rest, Loki can’t stay. He still has people who would miss him.
But most importantly, he has responsibilities to tend to. Things that the other Lokis haven’t had in ages.
He made a promise to himself that he would help Sylvie and they could leave the sacred timeline to start a new life as free agents. So they could be the first to break out of the typical Loki mould of daggers , backstabbing, betrayals and childish quips and (metaphorically) grow up.
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