I agree with everyone else - not bad overall, but the weak ending paves the
way for a sequel. In the next chapter, the bland, self-satisfied humanity
character begins to wonder why and how this 'imagination' came to be, and
why fear and grief are, in and of themselves, invitations for fiction to
magically come into existence to soothe his natural functions into an
unnatural solace. He could meet Santa Claus, as the gift bearing
intermediary between humanity and the power to create fictional gods, with
his bag of overflowing and curiously culturally independent archetypes.
Would Mr. Bland be ready to find his own mask in there? Would he be able to
accept that realism is, in the end, just another fiction, but with added
On Tuesday, September 3, 2013 6:56:32 AM UTC-4, telmo_menezes wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 11:36 PM, Dennis Ochei
> > I liked it until they were on earth. The human's dialogue is too preachy
> > cheesy, the preceding parts of the cartoon were fun and more subtle i
> > suppose. I would have probably ended it after God 2 died
> Agreed. Well, I love the sequence of weird gods but it could do away
> with the sanctimonious ending.
> > On Friday, August 23, 2013 10:19:37 AM UTC-5, John Clark wrote:
> >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODetOE6cbbc
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