Loki Agent of Asgard Covers

It’s been a while since I updated the blog,  I’ve clearly been neglecting it in favour of my tumblr but there are only so many hours in the day and so many ways to post work…

Anyway. Here are some LOKI: Agent of Asgard covers. Issues #09 – #13


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2 thoughts on “Loki Agent of Asgard Covers

  1. Dave de Mendonca says:

    Hey Lee,

    I have always been a huge Loki fan but I was never into reading and collecting comics… Until AoA. This series is what has finally got me into collecting and reading comics seriously and in just over a year following you and Al, I now have over 100 books all surrounding Loki and his big appearances throughout the Marvel history.

    I have loved all of the covers for the series since you took over on issue #6 and I have #9 on my wall because I may never get my hands on JiM #85 so it’s the next best thing.

    My question is surrounding Loki: Agent of Asgard #1 variant covers. I have seen the two Cho variants and the Mundo animal variant but the Marvel website has two other variants listed that I have tried to find but can’t seem to get an image of them anywhere.

    They have a blank cover variant and a young variant listed; presumably Skottie Young? Can you tell me if those variants ever actually went out to print?

    Huge fan of your work and I plan on following both you and Al on all of your future projects.

    1. Lee Garbett says:

      Thanks for your message, Dave. It’s much appreciated and I’m so glad our book has brought you into comics.

      I don’t know anything about the variants, really, other than what I’ve seen in previews but I’m pretty sure there was never a blank cover released. I’ve certainly never seen one at a convention and I’ve heard complaints that there wasn’t one.

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