This review contains spoilers for Marvel's Loki episode 3, 'Lamentis', now available to view on Disney+. To remind yourself of where we left off, check out our Loki episode 2. After a pair of funny but uneven episodes that served to propel the plot, Loki’s third chapter attempts to hunker down for some emotional reflection. “Lamentis” — a shorter episode than the last two, at a mere 42 minutes with credits — hammers home just how much this series is the rare Marvel entry with any real visual panache. It is, however, often hampered, and ends up in service of a story that jogs in place and concludes rather abruptly. Tom Hiddleston continues to shine as a comedic lead, and while Owen Wilson’s Agent Mobius is sorely missed this week, newcomer Sophia Di Martino is an adequate straight-faced replacement, as a Variant Loki who may or may not be a Loki at all.