Grail figures are those that are either hard to find, or at a price that is outside what a collector is willing to pay - Loki was one of those figures for me. Having been released as part of the original Thor Movie, Loki's popularity rocketed when he turned up as the main villain in Avengers - and coupled with DST never rereleasing the same figure he has hit significant heights in price.
I recently threw in a cheeky best offer on Ebay for a loose Loki and it was accepted. Loose is ideal for me as I collect loose, the price is lower BUT most importantly I dont have to consider the unthinkable and remove a very rare/expensive figure from its packaging
Loki is not the greatest figure DST have done, but it is solid enough and a passing likeness to Hiddlestone. Articulation is basic and you can get Loki into a neutral pose or threatening with his staff. The armour is well sculpted and well painted, The pants look a little odd but I didnt pay much attention to what he wore in the movie so are likely a match. The one I got didnt have the base accessory so I cannot comment on that. All in all Loki is a good addition to the DST Movie collection and some quick images have been added HERE in the Marvel gallery.