The Housemate’s Loki figure has arrived! It looks more detailed and amazing than I expected (the skin omg)
Housemate promptly muzzled him. ^^;
(24741 words) by themantlingdark
Fandom: Thor (Movies), The Avengers (2012)
Characters: Loki (Marvel), Thor (Marvel), Frigga (Marvel), Odin (Marvel)
Additional Tags: Sibling Incest, Thorki, Thunderfrost, Depression, Suicide Attempt, Norse Feels, They’re both 17, Consensual underage, Major Depressive Disorder, Clinical Depression, Alternate Universe - Human
Series: Part 1 of Mistakes and Accidents
Summary: They’re twins. Fraternal, obviously. Thor is nine minutes older.
In kindergarten everyone assumes they’re cousins. Thor instantly corrects them, loudly asserting, “He’s my brother.”
High School (and beyond) AU.
As far as Thor can tell, Loki never sleeps. Thor wakes and sees his brother sitting there in the other bed, eyes reflecting the light from the tiny reading lamp he has clamped to the back cover of his book. Sometimes Thor can hear the floorboards creaking as Loki goes wandering around the house in the dark. If Loki isn’t reading in bed or pacing downstairs he’s in the other room writing and drawing. Thor can see the light under the door. He can hear Loki pissing at three in the morning. Hear Loki sobbing in the shower.
And speaking of entrances. We weren’t, but now we are. There are somethings that you gotta do, and people may question the logic of them. Nobody ever questioned the logic of Thor landing on top of the quinjet. They did say, “How, with the Bifrost gone, did he get to Earth?” But nobody said, “How did he find the quinjet?” Everybody said, “Oh, he’s going to fly through the air and land on top of the quinjet? Good idea.” Because, look at him. He’s Chris Hemsworth. He’s just Thor.
Joss Whedon during the commentary for The Avengers.