Have you heard there's a teaser for the Madoka Magica Rebellion sequel? The official title is "Turning the Tide of Walpurgis".
I've given up all hope already.
"All that is divine exists to be torn down, liberated from, out grown, or rebelled against."
No one wants the divine, the spiritual, faith, to be just part of life like any other. They wanted it separated. Boxed. Smothered.
When taking a break from blaming a long dead adventure-story author for southerns willing to start a war rather than accept a President who at the time was NEUTRAL on slavery (in other words, someone who wasn't FOR slavery), and for calling out human beings for treating other human beings as not human beings, Mark Twain once predicted the extermination of Christianity as anything but a relic in a museum, and everyone toils tirelessly to bring his vision to life.
"If someone ever tells me it's a mistake to have hope, well, then, I'll just tell them they're wrong.And I'll keep telling them 'til they believe! No matter how many times it takes."
"Don't forget. Always, somewhere, someone is fighting for you. As long as you remember her, you are not alone."
I'm not here often, but I still remember you and your work. Whatever comes of the new movie, I don't intend for it to stop me from remembering all the value and hope that the original gives me.
A love sonnet to nihilism continues to be unconditionally praised from now to eternity. While stories about simply happiness and overcoming the inner darkness are left to be buried by the sands of time.
Blue Lantern Flummox: "I thought you were kidding back then. You know, about the space zombies."
Blue Lantern Thalia: "You know me, Moxie! I can't resist a good throwaway gag!"
Green Lantern Veritas: "Less jabber, more shootin'!"