‘Loki’ Season 2: Dox & Gamble’s Marvel Comics History Explained

The Hidden Ruling!

Loki Season 2 Tom Hiddleston Kate Dickie Lysa Arryn Game of Thrones Liz Carr Fenn The Witcher Judge Dox Judge Gamble

Kate Dickie and Liz Carr both make their Marvel Cinematic Universe debuts in the premiere of Loki season 2 as the honorable Judge Dox and Judge Gamble, respectively. Despite playing a relatively minor role in the episode, both characters hold a fascinating history in Marvel Comics.

While seemingly set up to be the more important of the pair in Loki season 2, Kate Dickie’s Judge Dox certainly has a simpler history in Marvel Comics. The character only appeared in one issue of She-Hulk Vol. 2 as The Honorable Mr. Paradox, alongside his clones that included Mr. Ouroboros, another new MCU character, played by Ke Huy Quan. Both characters were destroyed by the Retroactive Cannon at the end of the issue, leaving a relatively minor mark in the comics.

Liz Carr’s Judge Gamble is an entirely different story, however. Only appearing in 5 issues of Marvel Comics, Gamble is a former TVA agent who quit the agency following a disagreement about their methods. Stealing a time machine, Professor Gamble traveled the timeline in a shapeshifting time machine, not dissimilar to that used by the titular character in Doctor Who.

It’s not likely Liz Carr’s Judge Gamble or Kate Dickie’s Judge Dox will resemble any facet of their characters from the pages of Marvel Comics. If Ke Huy Quan’s Ouroboros teaches fans anything, it’s that Loki season 2 is playing fast and loose with comic book canon. While certainly a good thing for the story Marvel is trying to tell, it’s also a tad bit disappointing that fans won’t be seeing Carr in Gamble’s trademark purple suit.

Who else is attached to Loki season two?

Tom Hiddleston is spearheading the cast of Loki season 2 as the titular God of Mischief. The cast also includes Owen Wilson, Jonathan Majors, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, Tara Strong, Eugene Cordero, Rafael Casal, Kate Dickie, Liz Carr, Ke Huy Quan and Neil Ellice.

Eric Martin replaced Michael Waldron as the head writer of Loki for its second season. Martin and Waldron also serve as executive producers on the series alongside Tom Hiddleston, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. Benson and Moorhead directed the majority of the episodes for the upcoming season.

Loki season 2 is now streaming on Disney Plus. Stay tuned for the latest news regarding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel

Anthony Singletary

Anthony Singletary

Anthony has always had a love for stories. An aspiring screenwriter and video editor, he takes pride in connecting fans with the latest heroic news!