Magnets, Mirrors and Misdirection
So Loki’s world comes apart and he falls. But he doesn’t land in New Mexico – his fall carries him to north London where he meets a man who can somehow accept him at his wildest and most self destructive.
It’s almost as if John Watson is used to tall-dark-and-crazy.
- Part 1 of Magnets, Mirrors and Misdirection
He only intended it to be a game (a brief distraction). Then, suddenly, messing with John Watson is the best game Loki could have picked.
- Part 2 of Magnets, Mirrors and Misdirection