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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:What Wick decides to do to the human race in the end.]]

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* KillEmAll: KillAllHumans: [[spoiler:What Wick decides to do to the human race in the end.]]


* BarbieDollAnatomy: Wick (thankfully).

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* BarbieDollAnatomy: Wick (thankfully). He does engage in an orgy at one point, though, in spite of his apparent lack of any vital parts.

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* PhysicalGod: God is a brightly-colored creature who, after being released from his slumber, walks the Earth to convert people and perform "miracles" everywhere. [[GodIsEvil This is a VERY bad thing]].

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* OmnicidalManiac: Wick attempts to annihilate humanity after he sees nothing on Earth that is worth saving to his mind.


* HumansAreFlawed: [[spoiler:When Wick attempts to herald the apocalypse, his two divine brothers Unan and Filt counter Wick's diatribe that HumansAreBastards by pointing out what that says about them as creators. Humans are necessarily flawed, because that is all the three of them managed to create.]]

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* HumansAreFlawed: [[spoiler:When After Wick attempts to herald launches the apocalypse, his two divine brothers Unan and Filt counter Wick's diatribe that HumansAreBastards by pointing out what that says about them as creators. Humans are necessarily flawed, because that is all the three of them managed to create.]]

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* BrightIsNotGood: Wick, the Father of Colors aka God the Father from the Old Testament, is a kaleidoscopic creature whose whole body is covered in vibrant colors. However, [[GodIsEvil he's a malevolent, impulsive, hedonistic deity]] who harbors nothing but ill will for all humanity.


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* HumansAreFlawed: [[spoiler:When Wick attempts to herald the apocalypse, his two divine brothers Unan and Filt counter Wick's diatribe that HumansAreBastards by pointing out what that says about them as creators. Humans are necessarily flawed, because that is all the three of them managed to create.]]


'''Clive Barker's Next Testament''' is a supernatural horror comic book miniseries written by (obviously) Creator/CliveBarker, co-written by his friend Mark Miller and published by Creator/BoomStudios.

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'''Clive ''Clive Barker's Next Testament''' Testament'' is a supernatural horror comic book miniseries written by (obviously) Creator/CliveBarker, co-written by his friend Mark Miller and published by Creator/BoomStudios.

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* BabiesEverAfter: A year after Wick's rampage, Tristan and Elspeth are living at the library with a baby on the way.


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* MeaningfulName: Wick has to be the '''WICKEDEST''' character ever!


Well-known professor Julian Demond, who was known to be not too keen about religion, ends up finding himself on the path to finding {{God}} himself. However, God is not a bearded white man in a white robe. [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation He's a living being made of multiple colors]] capable of levitating. And he doesn't call himself God. Instead, he calls himself Wick. And he claims several things, such as the invention of the English language and how the events in the Bible itself is quite fictional. It doesn't take long for Julian to realize he's bitten off more than he can chew.

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Well-known professor Julian Demond, who was known to be not too keen about religion, ends up finding himself on the path to finding {{God}} himself. However, God is not a bearded white man in a white robe. [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation He's a living being made of multiple colors]] capable of levitating. And he doesn't call himself God. Instead, he calls himself Wick. And he claims several things, such as the invention of the English language and how the events in the Bible itself is quite are pretty fictional. It doesn't take long for Julian to realize he's bitten off more than he can chew.



* DysfunctionalFamily: Julian and Tristan aren't exactly the best father/son duo.



* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: [[spoiler:What Wick decides to do to the human race in the end.]]

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* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: KillEmAll: [[spoiler:What Wick decides to do to the human race in the end.]]]]
* MissingMom: Tristan's mom and Julian's (first) wife. Apparently, their connection with each other died the same day she did.
--> '''Tristan:''' My mom was the only person in the world who could keep him on point. When she died, so did any chance of him being a decent person.


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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: An in-universe example. Wick claims in Issue #2 that this is the case for the events of the Holy Bible. [[ApprovalOfGod He still liked reading it, though.]]


* BigBad: Wick.

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* BigBad: Wick.Wick is the main villain, of course.



* ItsAllAboutMe: What Wick thinks.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: What Wick thinks.is a spoiled sociopath who thinks everything revolves around him.



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'''Clive Barker's Next Testament''' is a supernatural horror comic book miniseries written by (obviously) Creator/CliveBarker, co-written by his friend Creator/MarkMiller and published by Creator/BoomStudios.

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'''Clive Barker's Next Testament''' is a supernatural horror comic book miniseries written by (obviously) Creator/CliveBarker, co-written by his friend Creator/MarkMiller Mark Miller and published by Creator/BoomStudios.

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Meanwhile, Julian's son, Tristan, and his fiancée soon find out what his father was up to and race to figure out how to stop Wick before the worst can happen.

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Meanwhile, Julian's son, Tristan, and his fiancée fiancée, Elspeth, soon find out what his father was up to has gotten himself into and race to figure out how to stop Wick before the worst can happen.



* OurGodsAreDifferent: Compare Wick [[spoiler:and his siblings]] to the usual interpretation of gods. Just do it.

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* OurGodsAreDifferent: Compare Wick [[spoiler:and his siblings]] brethren]] to the usual interpretation of gods. Just do it.


Well-known professor Julian Desmond, who was known to be not too keen about religion, ends up finding himself on the path to finding {{God}} himself. However, God is not a bearded white man in a white robe. [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation He's a living being made of multiple colors]] capable of levitating. And he doesn't call himself God. Instead, he calls himself Wick. And he claims several things, such as the invention of the English language and how the events in the Bible itself is quite fictional. It doesn't take long for Julian to realize he's bitten off more than he can chew.

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Well-known professor Julian Desmond, Demond, who was known to be not too keen about religion, ends up finding himself on the path to finding {{God}} himself. However, God is not a bearded white man in a white robe. [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation He's a living being made of multiple colors]] capable of levitating. And he doesn't call himself God. Instead, he calls himself Wick. And he claims several things, such as the invention of the English language and how the events in the Bible itself is quite fictional. It doesn't take long for Julian to realize he's bitten off more than he can chew.


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* ItsAllAboutMe: What Wick thinks.

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