I love how one of the main plot points in that comic was that in order to save the day, Kid Loki magically wrote a female character into existence, and that female character became enraged that Loki only wrote her to develop a male character, and Loki was forced to go back and fix his writing by making her a more developed character with feelings and motivations of her own.
and then when he does re-write it, her story ends with
Spoilers for all of JIM, obv.
It kills me a bit that this is truly the way it had to be. The perfect story in its tragedy. I can’t wait to see where Loki goes from here, though. Thanks, Mr. Gillen, for an amazing journey that turned me into a lifelong fan of comics as a medium (even if the nature of superhero comics and the MU is what makes this all so painful and impossible and frustrating in the first place) and these characters in particular. Cheers.
"We cannot change history. But gods do not have history. They have story. And that is something a writer always has the prerogative to twist."
— Marvel, Journey Into Mystery #629 (via apostasis)