Been re-reading some of Kieron Gillen's Journey into Mystery issues featuring his Loki reborn as a kid. Very Mask-ish "Reformed" stuff as L'il Loki -- resurrected by and supported solely through his brother Thor -- tries to overcome the collective mistrust of all of Asgard (and, well, everyone else), while trying to take to heart Thor's dictum to do whatever it takes to do the right thing, with all the impulse control and ends-focused morality one might expect from Loki, esp. as he is advised by a magpie, Ikol, who is the consulting spirit of his previous life, is being called on to be a disavowed agent of the All-Mothers of Asgardia, and is accompanied by Leah, the handmaiden of Hela, and by a particularly vocal Hell-Hound. It's poignant, hysterical, gripping, and laden with doom (it is clear from the get-go that things will eventually, inevitably, end poorly for Li'l Loki, despite his best and most earnest efforts. He could, in fact, be playing the "Doomed" playbook). At some point, aged to teen years (or a version of him who actually killed the young one, but feels really guilty about it), he is part of Kieron Gillen's Young Avengers reboot, which is even more Masks-ish. Triffic stuff, all around.