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"You give me your army and I take the throne."
"Ah, yes. Not so good a bargain. How about this one? My army, my throne?"
Boastful Loki and President Loki[src]

President Loki Laufeyson is a variant of Loki, who commanded an army of Loki variants in the Void. Seeking to overthrow Kid Loki as King of the Void, President Loki coordinated a coup with Boastful Loki, intending to betray him, but was ultimately double-crossed himself by his own followers. In the ensuing fight, Alligator Loki chomped off President Loki's right hand.


Power Struggles

Meeting His Alternate Selves

"Hello. Which one of us are you?"
"This is a nightmare."
―President Loki and Loki[src]

Loki and other Lokis finding the Loki Palace

President Loki caused a nexus event within the established Sacred Timeline. His actions made him a target of the Time Variance Authority which arrived and pruned him along with his reality. He ended up in the Void as a result, where he met other variants of Loki who ultimately became part of his army. President Loki was considered dangerous by other Lokis, as Classic Loki and Kid Loki wanted to avoid him and his army at all cost. However, he eventually made a deal with Boastful Loki who would betray both Classic and Kid Loki in exchange of President Loki's army.

Loki is suddenly betrayed by his followers

Alongside with the other Loki variants, President Loki arrived at the hideout of the Lokis just as another Loki Variant was about to leave, with President Loki questioning which one of them this new Loki was, only for the variant to call the situation a nightmare. Boastful Loki revealed that he had betrayed his comrades to President Loki and gave him their location and promised him shelter and supplies while Boastful Loki would get the throne and President Loki's army in exchange.

Loki loses one of his hands to Alligator Loki

Having just officially betrayed his accomplice, President Loki enjoyed his victory and gloated that the Void belonged to him, as it was his army and his throne. President Loki was shocked once his own Loki variants turned on him, infuriating him. Alligator Loki attacked him and bit off his right hand, prompting a high-pitched scream from the Loki variant. A battle erupted between the Loki variants for supremacy with one variant slamming President Loki headfirst into a popcorn machine at one point. Classic Loki used his magic to create a distraction for him and his companions to escape by sending projections of them into battle.[1]


"Come on. What did you expect?"
―President Loki[src]

Like some of his other counterparts, President Loki is narcissistic, arrogant and will manipulate and betray others to achieve his goals, as he agreed to allow Boastful Loki to use his army to usurp Kid Loki only for him to betray him and attempt to claim rule over the Void himself. President Loki however lacks charisma to inspire loyalty, as his army is quick to betray him.

Powers and Abilities


  • Frost Giant Physiology: President Loki is a Frost Giant who had been enchanted to look like an Asgardian. Due to this heritage, President Loki possesses all of the various superhuman attributes common among his people, including superhuman strength, durability, speed, agility, stamina, reflexes, healing, and was extremely long-lived, as well as the ability to manipulate ice.
    • Superhuman Strength: Like all Frost Giants, President Loki possesses great superhuman strength, numerous times stronger than any normal human being.
    • Superhuman Durability: President Loki's body is numerous times more resistant to physical and energy damage than any normal human being. However, this has its limits, as he lost his hand in combat with one of his variants.
    • Superhuman Speed: President Loki can run and move at great superhuman speed, much faster than any normal human being.
    • Superhuman Agility: President Loki naturally possesses far greater agility, equilibrium, flexibility, dexterity, balance, and body coordination than any normal human being.
    • Superhuman Stamina: President Loki's advanced musculature produces considerably fewer fatigue toxins during physical activity than any normal human being. His endurance allows him to exercise his maximum capacity for an extremely long period of time without tiring at all.
    • Superhuman Reflexes: President Loki can react and dodge objects traveling at high speeds, much quicker than any normal human being.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: Despite his body's resistance, President Loki can still be injured like any other Frost Giant. However, his metabolism enables him to rapidly regenerate damaged bodily tissue with far greater speed and efficiency than any normal human being.
    • Longevity: President Loki, like all other Frost Giants, are extremely long-lived beings, he ages at a pace far slower than any normal human being, being able to live for thousands of years.
    • Cold Immunity: Due to his Frost Giant physiology, President Loki is immune to cold.


  • Bilingualism: President Loki is fluent in his native Asgardian and English.


  • Horned Helmet: President Loki wears a smaller version of horned helmet.




  • President Loki's outfit is a reference to Loki's appearance in the Vote Loki comic series. It is a four-part comic series in which Loki runs for president of the United States of America after returning to Earth.


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