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14th May '17 11:23:15 PM genisgone
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* The premise behind ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'': twelve gods from a diverse group of pantheons is incarnated as a teenager every 90 years, where they live like rockstars and are adored by humanity before dying within two years. Among the gods seen are: [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Susano-o (in the prologue), Amaterasu (in the modern day)]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Satanism}} Lucifer (or Luci for short), Baphomet]], [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Sakhmet]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Minerva, Ananke]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Woden]], [[Myth/CelticMythology The Morrigan (split into Badb, Macha, and Anand)]], [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Inanna]], Tara (who may be from either Myth/HinduMythology or UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}), and [[Literature/ArsGoetia Baal Hadad]].

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* The premise behind ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'': twelve gods from a diverse group of pantheons is are incarnated as a teenager young adults every 90 years, where they live like rockstars and are adored by humanity before dying within two years. Among the gods seen are: [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Susano-o (in the prologue), Amaterasu (in the modern day)]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Satanism}} Lucifer (or Luci for short), Baphomet]], [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Sakhmet]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Minerva, Ananke]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Woden]], [[Myth/CelticMythology The Morrigan (split into Badb, Macha, and Anand)]], [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Inanna]], Tara (who may be from either Myth/HinduMythology or UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}), and [[Literature/ArsGoetia Baal Hadad]].
14th May '17 11:22:32 PM genisgone
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* The premise behind ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'': one god from a diverse group of pantheons is incarnated as a teenager every 90 years, where they live like rockstars and are adored by humanity before dying within two years. Among the gods seen are: [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Susano-o (in the prologue), Amaterasu (in the modern day)]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Satanism}} Lucifer (or Luci for short), Baphomet]], [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Sakhmet]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Minerva, Ananke]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Woden]], [[Myth/CelticMythology The Morrigan (split into Badb, Macha, and Anand)]], [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Inanna]], Tara (who may be from either Myth/HinduMythology or UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}), and [[Literature/ArsGoetia Baal Hadad]].

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* The premise behind ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'': one god twelve gods from a diverse group of pantheons is incarnated as a teenager every 90 years, where they live like rockstars and are adored by humanity before dying within two years. Among the gods seen are: [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Susano-o (in the prologue), Amaterasu (in the modern day)]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Satanism}} Lucifer (or Luci for short), Baphomet]], [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Sakhmet]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Minerva, Ananke]], [[Myth/NorseMythology Woden]], [[Myth/CelticMythology The Morrigan (split into Badb, Macha, and Anand)]], [[Myth/MesopotamianMythology Inanna]], Tara (who may be from either Myth/HinduMythology or UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}), and [[Literature/ArsGoetia Baal Hadad]].
12th May '17 9:14:53 AM iowaforever
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has featured several members of the Egyptian, Norse, and Hindu pantheons, although it's hinted that they might be SufficientlyAdvancedAliens. Odin, Ra, and Rama destroyed the shapeless mass of evil that spawned Aku, and they were the ones who charged Jack's sword with its power. Other pantheons get nods as well; Kronos from Greek Mythology features heavily in the episode "Jack and the Swamp Monster", Jack's sword was empowered by the gods but was forged by what look like Buddhist bhodisatvas (saints), and a mystical Buddhist monk helps Jack recover his sword in Season 5. Also the BigBad [[spoiler: is the outgrowth of a remnant of a monster that looked an awful lot like Azathoth.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has featured several members of the Egyptian, Norse, and Hindu pantheons, although it's hinted that they might be SufficientlyAdvancedAliens. Odin, Ra, and Rama destroyed the shapeless mass of evil that spawned Aku, and they were the ones who charged Jack's sword with its power. Other pantheons get nods as well; Kronos from Greek Mythology features heavily in the episode "Jack and the Swamp Monster", Wizard", Jack's sword was empowered by the gods but was forged by what look like Buddhist bhodisatvas (saints), and a mystical Buddhist monk helps Jack recover his sword in Season 5. Also the BigBad [[spoiler: is the outgrowth of a remnant of a monster that looked an awful lot like Azathoth.]]
12th May '17 9:12:43 AM iowaforever
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has featured appearances of members of the Egyptian (Horus), Norse (Odin) and Hindu (Indra) pantheons although it's hinted that they might be SufficientlyAdvancedAliens. While the three deities in question charged his sword with its power it was forged by what look like Buddhist bhodisatvas (saint). Also the BigBad [[spoiler: is the outgrowth of a remnant of a monster that looked an awful lot like Azathoth.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has featured appearances of several members of the Egyptian (Horus), Norse (Odin) Egyptian, Norse, and Hindu (Indra) pantheons pantheons, although it's hinted that they might be SufficientlyAdvancedAliens. While Odin, Ra, and Rama destroyed the three deities in question shapeless mass of evil that spawned Aku, and they were the ones who charged his Jack's sword with its power it power. Other pantheons get nods as well; Kronos from Greek Mythology features heavily in the episode "Jack and the Swamp Monster", Jack's sword was empowered by the gods but was forged by what look like Buddhist bhodisatvas (saint).(saints), and a mystical Buddhist monk helps Jack recover his sword in Season 5. Also the BigBad [[spoiler: is the outgrowth of a remnant of a monster that looked an awful lot like Azathoth.]]
9th Apr '17 1:43:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''SaintSeiya''. Blatantly obvious in the anime, with the addition of movies and a {{Filler}} arc. To the point where greek gods, Norse gods, Buddha, and friggin' ''Satan'' fought Seiya and Co.

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* ''SaintSeiya''.''Manga/SaintSeiya''. Blatantly obvious in the anime, with the addition of movies and a {{Filler}} arc. To the point where greek gods, Norse gods, Buddha, and friggin' ''Satan'' fought Seiya and Co.
2nd Apr '17 5:22:54 PM DustSnitch
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--> -- ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' on [[http://nonadventures.com/2rp006/12/25/jesus-christ-super-hero-part-2/ teaming up with]] {{Jesus}}

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--> -- ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' on [[http://nonadventures.com/2rp006/12/25/jesus-christ-super-hero-part-2/ teaming up with]] {{Jesus}}
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has {{Jesus}} refer to his Chinese younger brother, an obscure [[ShoutOut/WesternAnimation Shout Out]] to the instigator of the Taiping Rebellion, who claimed this relationship for himself.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} refer to his Chinese younger brother, an obscure [[ShoutOut/WesternAnimation Shout Out]] to the instigator of the Taiping Rebellion, who claimed this relationship for himself.
26th Mar '17 12:36:09 AM Terran117
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*** there a line that says Thor is angry Jesus not show up for a duel

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*** there a line that says Thor is angry that Jesus did not show up for a duel duel, although it's never mentioned if Thor met Jesus or was merely cursing his name and demanding his appearance.
12th Mar '17 11:27:36 AM thatother1dude
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* The animated Disney ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' [[RecycledTheSeries series]] frequently crosses over Greek mythology with others (especially Norse mythology); Zeus and Hera have dinner dates with Odin fairly often, Hercules stands in for Thor (''right before'' Ragnarok is put into motion, unfortunately for ''everyone'') and the three Fates also serve as Urd, Skuld and Verdandi. One episode depicts the foundation of Rome, which included the Romans selecting a pantheon of gods for worship: the first gods that show up are Egyptian, and when the Romans decide to worship the Greek pantheon, they also decide to call them by their own names.

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* The animated Disney ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' [[RecycledTheSeries series]] frequently crosses had an episode crossing over Greek mythology with others (especially Norse mythology); Norse: Zeus and Hera have dinner dates with Odin fairly often, Hercules stands in for Thor (''right before'' Ragnarok is put into motion, unfortunately for ''everyone'') and the three Fates also serve as Urd, Skuld and Verdandi. One Another episode depicts the foundation of Rome, which included the Romans selecting a pantheon of gods for worship: the first gods that show up are Egyptian, and when the Romans decide to worship the Greek pantheon, they also decide to call them by their own names.
4th Mar '17 1:20:26 PM nombretomado
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** A henotheistic aspect of Marvel cosmology is the ultimate Omniscient God-with-a-capital-G, called "One Above All." The ComicBook/FantasticFour met him in one story, in which he turns out to be... Creator/JackKirby!!! (Or perhaps Kirby was simply AFormYouAreComfortableWith.) Other stories have implied that the "One Above All" is a manifestation of MarvelComics itself.

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** A henotheistic aspect of Marvel cosmology is the ultimate Omniscient God-with-a-capital-G, called "One Above All." The ComicBook/FantasticFour met him in one story, in which he turns out to be... Creator/JackKirby!!! (Or perhaps Kirby was simply AFormYouAreComfortableWith.) Other stories have implied that the "One Above All" is a manifestation of MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics itself.
10th Feb '17 4:53:33 AM Chabal2
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* ''{{VideoGame/Touhou}}''
** The series is based mostly on Japanese mythology (such as TheTaleOfTheBambooCutter) and {{Youkai}}, but elements from other myths have crept in over time as well, including European (the Scarlet sisters, both vampires), Irish (Sekibanki, a dullahan), Greek (Clownpiece, a lampad), and Chinese (Chang'e, who has yet to be seen but lives on the moon).
** Junko's story is based on the Chinese myth of there being ten suns, so Hou Yi shot down nine of them to prevent the world from burning. Unfortunately, one landed on her son, killing him. She killed Hou Yi but missed Chang'e, and is trying to get through the Moon's defenses in order to get to her (the fact that the Lunarians have placed Chang'e under arrest for drinking the immortality elixir is either unknown or inconsequential to her). Interestingly, one version of the myth has the suns be carried by three-legged crows, with the hell raven Utsuho having gained its powers over nuclear fusion after eating one.
** Hecatia Lapislazuli is similarly pissed at Chang'e due to Apollo being injured.
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