Loki: Most Midgardians disgust me, but you are a particularly repulsive specimen. That's why when I'm finished with you, I'll be going after your friend, the Bird-Man.
Ms. Marvel: Who?
Loki: Falcon. I refer to everyone by a generic nickname because pretending not to remember their real names makes me seem incredibly dismissive, and infuriates them to no end.
Ms. Marvel: I won't let you hurt him.
Loki: You don't have any say in the matter, little girl. After this, you won't be saying anything at all.
Ms. Marvel: Bring it.
Ms. Marvel: You made Loki fight me, didn't you?
Odin: He didn't need much convincing, and I needed to see you angry. If you're going to be a hero, you're going to have to fight, and true villains will attack with more than dampened magic and empty threats.
Ms. Marvel: Who do we beat up next?
Odin: No one. A heroic warrior doesn't seek out a fight, but when the fight finds us, we know how to finish it.