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19th Nov '16 9:16:08 PM DarkHunter
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** The first Kami of earth, who banished his SuperPoweredEvilSide in order to be a benevolent overseear of the planet, was eventually revealed to be [[spoiler: an alien from another planet, namely, Namek]]; he wasn't all that surprised when he found out, as he was always a little weird (even by ''Dragon Ball'' standards). He is eventually succeeded by [[spoiler: another Namekian]].

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** The first Kami of earth, who banished his SuperPoweredEvilSide in order to be a benevolent overseear overseer of the planet, was eventually revealed to be [[spoiler: an alien from another planet, namely, Namek]]; he wasn't all that surprised when he found out, as he was always a little weird (even by ''Dragon Ball'' standards). He is eventually succeeded by [[spoiler: another Namekian]].
18th Nov '16 5:14:51 AM VPhantom
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* "God" in ''WebVideo/ZeroPunctuation'' is represented as a huge, ephemural ocleot (think a FunSize leopard) telling whoever He appears to to "Kill the whores." It's implied He's nothing more than a hallucination to boot.

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* "God" in ''WebVideo/ZeroPunctuation'' ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'' is represented as a huge, ephemural ocleot (think a FunSize leopard) telling whoever He appears to to "Kill the whores." It's implied He's nothing more than a hallucination to boot.
13th Nov '16 9:37:45 PM dvorak
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* "God" in ''WebVideo/ZeroPunctuation'' is represented as a huge, ephemural ocleot (think a FunSize leopard) telling whoever He appears to to "Kill the whores." It's implied He's nothing more than a hallucination to boot.
9th Nov '16 9:00:28 AM nombretomado
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* A ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' arc sees the Four travel to Heaven where they are given the opportunity to meet the Almighty... [[MetafictionalDevice who turns out to be a comic book artist]]. One who possesses a striking resemblance to JackKirby -- and has an unseen '[[Creator/StanLee collaborator]]'.

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* A ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' arc sees the Four travel to Heaven where they are given the opportunity to meet the Almighty... [[MetafictionalDevice who turns out to be a comic book artist]]. One who possesses a striking resemblance to JackKirby Creator/JackKirby -- and has an unseen '[[Creator/StanLee collaborator]]'.
8th Nov '16 12:24:33 AM jouXIII
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** The first Kami of earth, who banished his SuperPoweredEvilSide in order to be a benevolent overseear of the planet, was eventually revealed to be [[spoiler: an alien from another planet, namely, Namek]]; he wasn't all that surprised when he found out, as he was always a little weird (even by ''Dragon Ball'' standards). He is eventually succeeded by [[spoiler: another Namekkian]].

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** The first Kami of earth, who banished his SuperPoweredEvilSide in order to be a benevolent overseear of the planet, was eventually revealed to be [[spoiler: an alien from another planet, namely, Namek]]; he wasn't all that surprised when he found out, as he was always a little weird (even by ''Dragon Ball'' standards). He is eventually succeeded by [[spoiler: another Namekkian]].Namekian]].
25th Oct '16 4:00:42 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''MrDeity'' online shorts, God is essentially characterised as a GeorgeLucas parody.

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* In the ''MrDeity'' online shorts, God is essentially characterised as a GeorgeLucas Creator/GeorgeLucas parody.
19th Sep '16 8:55:12 PM PaulA
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* The seventh book of Creator/PiersAnthony's ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' series, ''And Eternity'', ends up making a mortal into God - the incarnation of Good. The whole series is about mortals becoming gods or [[AnthropomorphicPersonification godlike beings]] - Death, Time, Fate, War, Nature, and Evil (the Devil) are the others. In every book, the character starts out completely incompetent at their task, and often requires assistance from others to achieve their goals. Not a perfect example, since the Incarnations are the protagonists of their respective books, though. The reason Evil gets away with so much in the series is that the previous (unimpeachable) God was vain and lazy, and negotiated a non-interference agreement which Evil, being Evil, promptly ignored and ran rampant on Earth, while God sat around. The replacement God takes a more activist view. The new God is, surprisingly, ''female'', not that there's anything wrong with that, and was put in place by a massive, centuries-long GambitRoulette planned by none other than... [[spoiler: the Devil]]. That's right, [[spoiler: Satan was so ticked off at God's unwillingness to do ''anything'' other than sit on His throne and admire Himself that he actually replaced Him with someone who was downright dangerous to his {{plan}}s.]]
18th Sep '16 9:53:43 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Aslan ([[CrystalDragonJesus Jesus Christ is a lion,]] [[MemeticMutation get in the wardrobe!]]) from ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia''. He's literally {{Jesus}} himself, but in a form that's more suitable for Narnia. On Earth, which is dominated by humans, he took the form of a man. In Narnia, which is mostly populated by {{Talking Animal}}s and [[FantasyKitchenSink mythical creatures]], he takes the form of a [[PantheraAwesome giant talking lion]] who gives you rides on his back and lets you stroke his mane.

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* Aslan ([[CrystalDragonJesus Jesus Christ is a lion,]] [[MemeticMutation get in the wardrobe!]]) from ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia''. He's literally ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' is {{Jesus}} himself, but in a form that's more suitable for Narnia. On Earth, which is dominated by humans, he took the form of a man. In Narnia, which is mostly populated by {{Talking Animal}}s and [[FantasyKitchenSink mythical creatures]], he takes the form of a [[PantheraAwesome giant talking lion]] who gives you rides on his back and lets you stroke his mane.
1st Sep '16 5:53:58 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* There's another [[SerialEscalation even more]] blasphemous, raunchier and violent Italian comic book, simply titled ''Gesù'' ("Jesus"). God looks like a mafia boss [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed suspiciously similar]] to Marlon Brando in ''The Godfather'' who forces His son to come back to Earth because nobody believes in Them anymore. Jesus is pissed off but then complies, by becoming a stand-up comedian. When he decides to change the monologues, being unsatisfied with the low standards of his brain-dead audience, his bosses (the network executives) have him shot on air. This (and His new vulgar monologue) finally sparks new interest in the Catholic doctrine. In this comic Jesus is bitter, quite the blasphemer Himself, not to mention in a homosexual relationship with a CampGay black man named Patrick. He also uses His godlike powers to blow up people He doesn't like and summon thuggish angelic bodyguards. It's also stated Creator/JohnLennon was Him in a previous incarnation.
5th Aug '16 11:31:23 AM dotchan
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* [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Princess Celestia and Princess Luna]] are not explicitly referred to as deities, but they control the sun and moon respectively and both seem to be immortal, so they might as well be. The former has enough of a trickster streak in her that she is not above pranking overly servile subjects or ruining a boring fancy dance [[ItAmusedMe because it's too boring]], while the latter is an {{adorkable}} FishOutOfTemporalWater who gets unusually excited at so much as doing good in a carnival game for foals.

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* [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Princess Celestia and Princess Luna]] Luna are not explicitly referred to as deities, but they control the sun and moon respectively and both seem to be immortal, so they might as well be. The former has enough of a trickster streak in her that she is not above pranking overly servile subjects or ruining a boring fancy dance [[ItAmusedMe because it's too boring]], while the latter is an {{adorkable}} FishOutOfTemporalWater who gets unusually excited at so much as doing good in a carnival game for foals.
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