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* [[http://twitter.com/OCriador O Criador]] ("The Creator"), a popular Brazilian {{twitter}} account.

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* [[http://twitter.com/OCriador O Criador]] ("The Creator"), a popular Brazilian {{twitter}} Website/{{twitter}} account.
8th May '17 8:25:36 PM AsherTye
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* Has been mentioned once in Terry Pratchet's Discworld series in the semi-canonical ''Literature/[[Eric]]''. Rince

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* Has been mentioned once in Terry Pratchet's Discworld series in the semi-canonical ''Literature/[[Eric]]''. Rince''Literature/{{Eric}}''. As a side effect of granting the title character's wish to live forever, the wizzard Rincewind meets the creator of his universe, described as a mousy man with a scraggly beard. Heavily implied to be an AuthorAvatar, the man admits he's actually one of several subcontractors who build universes from scratch while their own creator busies Himself with His own creation.
8th May '17 5:51:24 PM AsherTye
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* Has been mentioned once in Terry Pratchet's Discworld series in the semi-canonical ''Literature/[[Eric]]''. Rince
19th Apr '17 7:04:54 AM rafi
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* The Almighty One in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''. [[WildMassGuessing Theorized]] Father of Belldandy and Skuld, as well as Urd, who was produced by a tryst with [[strike:{{Satan}}]] the Ruler of Demonkind. It has now been confirmed that he IS their father and that he is actually Tyr from the Norse legends.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary''. Features GodIsEvil in a really, really nasty way. God not only forced an Original Sin down on his angels ([[spoiler: when growing in their tubes they live from their own Mother, Adam Kadamon; during her captivity in Eden Alexiel also is made to Eat fruits from the Tree of Enlightenment. Which grows from Adam Kadamon's eye.]] Yuck. That the fruits look like baby heads doesn't make it any better. ) - nope, he also considers all of his angels failed experiments and wants to end the world. [[spoiler: Oh, and he's a computer program.]] Neat one, Kaori Yuki - neat one.
* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', God [[spoiler:is the collective will of every person that has ever lived (and maybe ever will live, they're not too clear on it)]]. Charles and his brother want [[spoiler:to kill it.]] Instead, Lelouch [[spoiler:geasses it]], ruining their plans.
%%* [[spoiler: Akito]] in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
* The Truth of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' starts his speech to anyone who dares cross into his domain (i.e. through Human Transmutation), by stating that "I am the World. I am the Universe. I am God. I am Truth. I am One. I am All. And I am also you!"
* Deus ex Machina from ''Manga/FutureDiary''. The story happens because Deus [[spoiler:is dying and needs to choose a successor to become the new god.]] Interestingly, there appear to be a couple of limits on his powers: [[spoiler:it has been conclusively stated that he cannot resurrect the dead, as apparently he is unable to bring back the souls of the deceased. That, and he's dying himself.]]



* Tenchi Masaki's unnamed higher self in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo''
* [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Lain Iwakura]] may or may not be God. We're not quite sure. At any rate, even if she's not God, her power level makes the whole point kinda moot.

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* Tenchi Masaki's unnamed higher self in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo''
* [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Lain Iwakura]] may or may not
[[spoiler: The Juubi]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is revealed to be God. We're not quite sure. At any rate, even if she's not God, her power level makes the whole point kinda moot.progenitor of all chakra and the literal progenitor of all that exists in the world.



* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', God [[spoiler:is the collective will of every person that has ever lived (and maybe ever will live, they're not too clear on it)]]. Charles and his brother want [[spoiler:to kill it.]] Instead, Lelouch [[spoiler:geasses it]], ruining their plans.
* The Almighty One in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''. [[WildMassGuessing Theorized]] Father of Belldandy and Skuld, as well as Urd, who was produced by a tryst with [[strike:{{Satan}}]] the Ruler of Demonkind. It has now been confirmed that he IS their father and that he is actually Tyr from the Norse legends.
* [[spoiler: Akito]] in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary''. Features GodIsEvil in a really, really nasty way. God not only forced an Original Sin down on his angels ([[spoiler: when growing in their tubes they live from their own Mother, Adam Kadamon; during her captivity in Eden Alexiel also is made to Eat fruits from the Tree of Enlightenment. Which grows from Adam Kadamon's eye.]] Yuck. That the fruits look like baby heads doesn't make it any better. ) - nope, he also considers all of his angels failed experiments and wants to end the world. [[spoiler: Oh, and he's a computer program.]] Neat one, Kaori Yuki - neat one.

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* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', God [[spoiler:is the collective will of every person that has ever lived (and maybe ever will live, they're not too clear on it)]]. Charles and his brother want [[spoiler:to kill it.]] Instead, Lelouch [[spoiler:geasses it]], ruining their plans.
* The Almighty One in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''. [[WildMassGuessing Theorized]] Father of Belldandy and Skuld, as well as Urd, who was produced by a tryst with [[strike:{{Satan}}]] the Ruler of Demonkind. It has now been confirmed that he IS their father and that he is actually Tyr
Lain Iwakura from ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' may or may not be God. We're not quite sure. At any rate, even if she's not God, her power level makes the Norse legends.
* [[spoiler: Akito]] in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary''. Features GodIsEvil in a really, really nasty way. God not only forced an Original Sin down on his angels ([[spoiler: when growing in their tubes they live from their own Mother, Adam Kadamon; during her captivity in Eden Alexiel also is made to Eat fruits from the Tree of Enlightenment. Which grows from Adam Kadamon's eye.]] Yuck. That the fruits look like baby heads doesn't make it any better. ) - nope, he also considers all of his angels failed experiments and wants to end the world. [[spoiler: Oh, and he's a computer program.]] Neat one, Kaori Yuki - neat one.
whole point kinda moot.



* The Truth of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' starts his speech to anyone who dares cross into his domain (i.e. through Human Transmutation), by stating that "I am the World. I am the Universe. I am God. I am Truth. I am One. I am All. And I am also you!"
* Deus ex Machina from ''Manga/FutureDiary''. The story happens because Deus [[spoiler:is dying and needs to choose a successor to become the new god.]] Interestingly, there appear to be a couple of limits on his powers: [[spoiler:it has been conclusively stated that he cannot resurrect the dead, as apparently he is unable to bring back the souls of the deceased. That, and he's dying himself.]]
* [[spoiler: The Juubi]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is revealed to be the progenitor of all living things.
** Not just all living things. It is the beginning of all chakra and the literal progenitor of all that exists in the world.

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* The Truth of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' starts his speech to anyone who dares cross into his domain (i.e. through Human Transmutation), by stating that "I am the World. I am the Universe. I am God. I am Truth. I am One. I am All. And I am also you!"
* Deus ex Machina from ''Manga/FutureDiary''. The story happens because Deus [[spoiler:is dying and needs to choose a successor to become the new god.]] Interestingly, there appear to be a couple of limits on his powers: [[spoiler:it has been conclusively stated that he cannot resurrect the dead, as apparently he is unable to bring back the souls of the deceased. That, and he's dying himself.]]
* [[spoiler: The Juubi]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is revealed to be the progenitor of all living things.
** Not just all living things. It is the beginning of all chakra and the literal progenitor of all that exists
Tenchi Masaki's unnamed higher self in the world.''Anime/TenchiMuyo''.



* One of the three main characters of the short-lived ''WesternAnimation/GodTheDevilAndBob''.
* In their usual style, ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' depicts God as a bizarre-looking and somewhat surly mandrill/hippo creature in "Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus". And he's a Buddhist who only lets Mormons into Heaven.



* God and Jesus both show up from time to time on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', with God being depicted as a bit of a wannabe ladies man with a thing for sniper rifles, who is embarrassed when someone reads from the book of Job. Unlike in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', God is shown full-body with, naturally, Creator/SethMacFarlane's voice instead of the traditional deep bass.
** God is also depicted as every other stereotypical male; drunk, hits on the women, and loves to party.
* In ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', also by [=MacFarlane=], God is depicted as... Creator/AngelinaJolie. Though this was just a form taken to keep Steve's (limited) attention. Looking into the "rack of infinite wisdom" turned Steve into a prophet, who had a solution to all conflict in the Middle East. In a later episode God is depicted as... well, he looks a bit more like Creator/SeanConnery.[[note]]Probably the most believable portrayal of God in all of fiction[[/note]]



* As said, God has shown up in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. He's the only character with [[FourFingeredHands five fingers]]. [[spoiler: As well as [[MindScrew five thighs.]]]] He has also shown up as a beam of light that chased Homer who was riding away on a motorcycle. [[spoiler:Homer jumped over train tracks just as a train passed and the beam of light representing God was stopped by the passing train.]]
-->'''God:''' I am too old and too rich for this.

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* As said, God has shown up in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. He's One of the only character with [[FourFingeredHands five fingers]]. [[spoiler: As well as [[MindScrew five thighs.]]]] He has also shown up as a beam three main characters of light that chased Homer who was riding away on a motorcycle. [[spoiler:Homer jumped over train tracks just as a train passed and the beam of light representing God was stopped by the passing train.]]
-->'''God:''' I am too old and too rich for this.
short-lived ''WesternAnimation/GodTheDevilAndBob''.



-->'''Hawkgirl:''' That's right, I'm an ''[[BlatantLies angel]]''. You can mess with me if you want to, but I don't think you want to mess with [[{{God}} the Boss]]. (''points up'')

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-->'''Hawkgirl:''' That's right, I'm an ''[[BlatantLies angel]]''. You can mess with me if you want to, but I don't think you want to mess with [[{{God}} the Boss]]. ''the Boss''. (''points up'')up'')
* Creator/SethMacFarlane:
** God and Jesus both show up from time to time on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', with God being depicted as a bit of a wannabe ladies man with a thing for sniper rifles, who is embarrassed when someone reads from the book of Job. Unlike in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', God is shown full-body with, naturally, Mac Farlane's voice instead of the traditional deep bass. God is also depicted as every other stereotypical male; drunk, hits on the women, and loves to party.
** In ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', also by [=MacFarlane=], God is depicted as... Creator/AngelinaJolie. Though this was just a form taken to keep Steve's (limited) attention. Looking into the "rack of infinite wisdom" turned Steve into a prophet, who had a solution to all conflict in the Middle East. In a later episode God is depicted as... well, he looks a bit more like Creator/SeanConnery.[[note]]Probably the most believable portrayal of God in all of fiction[[/note]]
* As said, God has shown up in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. His face is never shown on screen, except for a couple of occasions. He's also the only character with [[FourFingeredHands five fingers]]. [[spoiler: As well as [[MindScrew five thighs.]]]]
* In their usual style, ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' depicts God as a bizarre-looking and somewhat surly mandrill/hippo creature in "Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus". And he's a Buddhist who only lets Mormons into Heaven.
10th Apr '17 6:36:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''ShamanKing'''s Great Spirit is "God" and is every spirit manifested into a giant pillar of light.

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* ''ShamanKing'''s ''Manga/ShamanKing'''s Great Spirit is "God" and is every spirit manifested into a giant pillar of light.
10th Apr '17 12:19:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', also by [=MacFarlane=], God is depicted as... Creator/AngelinaJolie. Though this was just a form taken to keep Steve's (limited) attention. Looking into the "rack of infinite wisdom" turned Steve into a prophet, who had a solution to all conflict in the Middle East. In a later episode God is depicted as... well, he looks a bit more like SeanConnery.[[note]]Probably the most believable portrayal of God in all of fiction[[/note]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', also by [=MacFarlane=], God is depicted as... Creator/AngelinaJolie. Though this was just a form taken to keep Steve's (limited) attention. Looking into the "rack of infinite wisdom" turned Steve into a prophet, who had a solution to all conflict in the Middle East. In a later episode God is depicted as... well, he looks a bit more like SeanConnery.Creator/SeanConnery.[[note]]Probably the most believable portrayal of God in all of fiction[[/note]]
8th Apr '17 10:17:36 AM nombretomado
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* ComicStrip/{{Quino}}'s works portray him as an old man with a triangular halo over his head.

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* ComicStrip/{{Quino}}'s Creator/{{Quino}}'s works portray him as an old man with a triangular halo over his head.
29th Mar '17 6:00:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* God and Jesus both show up from time to time on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', with God being depicted as a bit of a wannabe ladies man with a thing for sniper rifles, who is embarrassed when someone reads from the book of Job. Unlike in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', God is shown full-body with, naturally, SethMacFarlane's voice instead of the traditional deep bass.

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* God and Jesus both show up from time to time on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', with God being depicted as a bit of a wannabe ladies man with a thing for sniper rifles, who is embarrassed when someone reads from the book of Job. Unlike in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', God is shown full-body with, naturally, SethMacFarlane's Creator/SethMacFarlane's voice instead of the traditional deep bass.
26th Mar '17 2:34:58 PM Fireblood
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* ''WebVideo/DarkMatter2525'': A common character in the cartoons, portrayed stereotypically as a bearded white man in the clouds. He's generally neglectful and cruel toward his creation.

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* ''WebVideo/DarkMatter2525'': ''WebAnimation/DarkMatter2525'': A common character in the cartoons, portrayed stereotypically as a bearded white man in the clouds. He's generally neglectful and cruel toward his creation.
26th Mar '17 2:20:24 PM Fireblood
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* ''WebVideo/DarkMatter2525'': A common character in the cartoons, portrayed stereotypically as a bearded white man in the clouds. He's generally neglectful and cruel toward his creation.
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