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20th Sep '17 4:44:25 PM MarqFJA
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** Averted with The Pain and The End in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid5ThePhantomPain'', where it turns out that they gained their abilities after being infected by a parasite.

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** Averted with The Pain and The End in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid5ThePhantomPain'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'', where it turns out that they gained their abilities after being infected by a parasite.
20th Sep '17 4:51:05 AM DesiredUsernameTaken
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** Mr. Cat is skeptical of everything, from aliens to ghosts, despite having encountered aliens, spirits, AlternateUniverse counterparts of himself and his friends, and even TheGrimReaper.
19th Sep '17 5:29:16 PM Fireblood
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* ''Emilka Sza'' (Emily Hush) by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka spends one entire story finding it just hilarious that Justyna believes in ghosts. Emilka being a sceptic is pretty ironic since She herself has supernatural powers and zombies are apparently a normal thing in their universe.

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* ''Emilka Sza'' (Emily Hush) by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka spends one entire story finding it just hilarious that Justyna believes in ghosts. Emilka being a sceptic is pretty ironic since She she herself has supernatural powers and zombies are apparently a normal thing in their universe.
19th Sep '17 1:42:45 PM JustinNotSeen
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* ''Emilka Sza'' (Emily Hush) by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka spends the entire story finding it just hilarious that Justyna doesn't believe in ghosts, despite the fact she herself has supernatural powers and zombies are apparently a normal thing in their universe.

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* ''Emilka Sza'' (Emily Hush) by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka spends the one entire story finding it just hilarious that Justyna doesn't believe believes in ghosts, despite the fact she ghosts. Emilka being a sceptic is pretty ironic since She herself has supernatural powers and zombies are apparently a normal thing in their universe.
18th Sep '17 10:55:35 PM Fireblood
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* Miguel O'Hara, [[ComicBook/SpiderMan2099 Spider-Man of the year 2099]] has been shown to be openly atheistic. Not believing there is a God is one thing, but then he also has explicitly said that upon death a person's soul or mind does not "go" anywhere, but simply ceases to exist. That second one seems a strange claim even for an atheist in a world where it has been shown a person's mind can exist as a psychic entity completely separated from the body, and several people have blatantly returned from the dead.

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* Miguel O'Hara, [[ComicBook/SpiderMan2099 Spider-Man of the year 2099]] has been shown to be openly atheistic. Not believing there is a God is one thing, but then he also has explicitly said that upon death a person's soul or mind does not "go" anywhere, but simply ceases to exist. That second one seems a strange claim even for an atheist in a world where it has been shown a person's mind can exist as a psychic entity completely separated from the body, and several people have blatantly returned from the dead.



* ComicBook/EmilkaSza (Emily Hush) from Polish comic by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka speends entire story fiding hilarious that Justyna belives in ghosts, despite the fact she herself have supernatural powersa and zombies are apperently normal thing in their universe.

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* ComicBook/EmilkaSza ''Emilka Sza'' (Emily Hush) from Polish comic by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka speends spends the entire story fiding finding it just hilarious that Justyna belives doesn't believe in ghosts, despite the fact she herself have has supernatural powersa powers and zombies are apperently apparently a normal thing in their universe.
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18th Sep '17 6:48:25 PM JustinNotSeen
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* Emilka Sza (Emily Hush) from Polish comic by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka speends entire story fiding hilarious that Justyna belives in ghosts, despite the fact she herself have supernatural powersa and zombies are apperently normal thing in their universe.

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* Emilka Sza ComicBook/EmilkaSza (Emily Hush) from Polish comic by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka speends entire story fiding hilarious that Justyna belives in ghosts, despite the fact she herself have supernatural powersa and zombies are apperently normal thing in their universe.
18th Sep '17 6:19:26 PM JustinNotSeen
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* Emilka Sza (Emily Hush) from Polish comic by Maciej Kur and Magdalena "Meago" Kania. Emilka speends entire story fiding hilarious that Justyna belives in ghosts, despite the fact she herself have supernatural powersa and zombies are apperently normal thing in their universe.
11th Sep '17 4:35:17 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* In Christopher Stasheff's ''[[Literature/AWizardInRhyme Her Majesty's Wizard]]'', an agnostic from Earth is transported to another world where he discovers not only his magical powers, but the unequivocal Judeo-Christian deity ({{God}}) and opponent ({{Satan}}) who directly and consistently interfere in human affairs. Priestly blessings have direct and easily detectable effects, the hero interacts directly with his personal devil who tries to drag him into hell, he runs into at least one saint who tells him what to do after transporting him from a wrecked church into a fully restored one and back again, the act of being knighted by a king (who rules by divine right, and who happens to be mostly dead at the time) actually confers martial abilities, and at the end after the chief bad guy is defeated we see hordes of devils stream out of the sky and compete for his soul, only being banished by the intervention of priests. Stasheff pointed out in the afterword that medieval people saw God and the Devil everywhere in their daily lives, and this book is an attempt to show that where most fiction of this type completely ignores this aspect of their lives.

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* In Christopher Stasheff's ''[[Literature/AWizardInRhyme Her Majesty's Wizard]]'', an agnostic from Earth is transported to another world where he discovers not only his magical powers, but the unequivocal Judeo-Christian deity ({{God}}) and opponent ({{Satan}}) who directly and consistently interfere in human affairs. Priestly blessings have direct and easily detectable effects, the hero interacts directly with his personal devil who tries to drag him into hell, he runs into at least one saint who tells him what to do after transporting him from a wrecked church into a fully restored one and back again, the act of being knighted by a king (who rules by divine right, and who happens to be mostly dead at the time) actually confers martial abilities, and at the end after the chief bad guy is defeated we see hordes of devils stream out of the sky and compete for his soul, only being banished by the intervention of priests. He converts to the local version of Catholicism by the end of the first book. Stasheff pointed out in the afterword that medieval people saw God and the Devil everywhere in their daily lives, and this book is an attempt to show that where most fiction of this type completely ignores this aspect of their lives.
7th Sep '17 1:20:36 AM PaulA
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*** According to ''The Whisper in Darkness'' where the Mi-Go are introduced, they do seem to worship Shub-Niggurath and Nyarlathotep. It does sound like a pragmatic relationship, though; you really don't want to annoy forces like that, no matter how great your civilization is.

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*** According to ''The Whisper in Darkness'' ''Literature/TheWhispererInDarkness'', where the Mi-Go are introduced, they do seem to worship Shub-Niggurath and Nyarlathotep. It does sound like a pragmatic relationship, though; you really don't want to annoy forces like that, no matter how great your civilization is.
31st Aug '17 12:48:06 PM CosmicFerret
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** TheFlash points out the absurdity of such skepticism in one episode when GreenLantern doubts his word that a gorilla talked:

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** TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash points out the absurdity of such skepticism in one episode when GreenLantern doubts his word that a gorilla talked:
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