Loki Episode 4 Updates: Marvel’s Tv series “Loki” Episode 3 has been released recently and it disclosed that Loki variant Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) had managed to have a serious relationship with a postman while surfing around the timeline and trying to destroy it.
Episode 3 had given the two characters Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, and Sylvie a chance to bond. During a train trip to the Rescue ship in the apocalyptic world Laminitis, both share a sweet conversation and Sylvie even opens a bit about her Love life.
What is Love?
While trying to understand the meaning of love, Sylvie came with a metaphor that “Love is Hate”, while Loki came up with a hilarious metaphor that “Love is a dagger”.
In between the conversation, Sylvie opened up that she has managed to maintain a long-distance relationship with a postman while hiding in one apocalypse to another. This left the fans to think “Who is the Postman made Sylvie fall in love?”.
The First Postman:
Willie Lumpkin, a character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1963, is an elderly man who was the mailman for the Fantastic Four at their base. He was very well acquainted with the superheroes that he was invited to celebrate Christmas with the family.
Willie’s acquaintance with the superheroes made him be a part of their rumble most of the time. He was once used by a powerful being called Tempus as a Time Traveller. But he never dated Lady Loki in Comics. However, he ended up with spiderman’s aunt May. It is more agreeable that the postman mentioned by Lady Loki is Willie Lumpkin.
Loki Episode 4: A romance for a Mutant?
Apart from Willie Lumpkin, there is another notable gentleman, who is a mutant and goes by the code name Postman. He is the leader of the tribe Morlocks. Morlock tribe is comprised of mutants who had hidden in the sewers of Chicago. But the appearance of this character is very minimum in the comics and the current event doesn’t match up with the plot of this character.
It is more likely impossible for Lady Loki to fall in love with a person whose continuity is questionable. However, there is the possibility that the postman may be a common human character completely not related to the comics. If that is the case, it is quite amusing to compare this relationship with Thor’s relationship with Jane Foster.
It is overwhelming to think how Lady Loki managed to maintain a long-distance relationship, in-between her chaotic life. Let’s hope that future episodes of the Loki series will shed some light on the Romance life of Lady Loki.