Lucifer's Fall by Miric
Miric

Lucifer's Fall

by Miric in Of Passion and Apathy

This is the first official page of Of Passion and Apathy - The comic is NOT currently being released, I am just looking for some initial feedback. I'd love to hear about what you think.

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  • Submitted:Dec 24th, 2012
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  • Date Created:Dec 24th, 2012
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  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    looks wonderful so far

    only thing I like to suggest is that you google the real history about Lucifer .. Lucifer was the morning star and represented divine and not what the early christianity told as devil or evil

    Dec 25th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
    • Miric

      Miric

      Oh, I know. No worries - Our comic though, is more based on Milton's Paradise Lost than actual biblical references. Though, it is also full of our own twists and interpretations. The idea that Lucifer fell though, regardless of his previous divine status is fairly over arching in a lot of christian literature (again, the bible is not the only christian literature out there, though many people refuse to admit that). But, at the end of the day: Of Passion and Apathy is a work of fiction and not a direct representation of the bible. We have done tons of research into the biblical stories, as well as the other fiction/literature out there. If you are curious as to the exact inspiration from any given page/story arc I can happily ask the writer and he will do a much better job of explaining than me:)

      Dec 25th, 2012 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      I'm a atheist and don't believe in any religious writing at all ... to me is all fake and lies to control the mind of people

      Dec 25th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
    • Miric

      Miric

      Lol, well, if it makes you feel any better, I'm a christian, but The Author is a fellow atheist. While I do believe in the divine, I'm pretty liberal, and staunchly believe that the bible is a collection of stories meant as guidelines. Plus the fact that without the historical context most people interpret it incorrectly anyways. OPAA is in NO way ment to be a 'preachy' kind of project, but simply a way of exploring interesting characters and situations. We have actually discussed (post OPAA) working on projects involving Norse Mythology, or greek, or East Indian. The fact that christianity came first was more luck of the draw than anything:D

      Dec 25th, 2012 Reply
    • Miric

      Miric

      My basic philosophy is: To each his own. :P

      Dec 25th, 2012 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      To be honest with you .. I hate everything that has to do with religion ... if I hear we need to pray or whatsoever I faint for so much stupidity .. people should learn to open the eyes and see what is really the truth .. god or any religion is a delusion and nothing is correct or true .. religion just keeps people slowing down .. sience already proved that the whole bible is nothing then a faerie tale with many lies

      Dec 26th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
    • Miric

      Miric

      Like I said, to each their own. I have my own reasons for faith, but if you are that clearly against it, there is no point in my pestering you with them. Regardless of believing that Christ was or was not divine, he was a real man with some good ideas on how to live and treat other people. It was the guys who came AFTER him that screwed it up so badly. So, I live in a way that I feel makes the world even that tiny bit better. I think that part is more important than arguing about divinity.

      Dec 26th, 2012 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      About Faith ... I remember a very famous quote ... Faith is not wanting to know the truth

      Dec 27th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
    • Miric

      Miric

      *shrugs* I'm not going to debate the issue of religion or faith. I would be happy to learn the truth - if you can give me definitive proof that there is no possibility of something larger than us, fantastic. But so far all people come out with is 'Bad things happen in the world' or 'Why doesn't he speak to us' or 'You don't have any proof either'. None of which are actually proof. They are no different than people claiming 'You just have to believe' or 'Because the bible says so'.

      Every one of those statements drives me crazy, regardless of which side of the argument they are on. I don't understand why people care what I believe. Religious or Atheist, people are just arguing to argue. If you want to discuss things, I can (though I would prefer to leave the public forum). But valed comments about my being obstinately blind (though I don't think you meant it that way) do make me unhappy.

      I have no interest in enforcing my beliefs on you. So, shouldn't I get the same respect?

      Dec 27th, 2012 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      Sure there might be something bigger and more advanced as we are .. just let them call aliens but I never would call them god or anything else ... people just believe because they get brainwashed from the beginning of birth ... in school they tell them lies but come one .. there is no proof of god at all .... I even could say . .I saw a flying coffee cup orbiting the earth .. would you believe me

      Dec 27th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
    • Miric

      Miric

      Apparently no, I don't deserve the respect. I know you are going to claim I'm 'running away' and have no arguments, etc, etc. I've heard it all before. But, clearly you have no interest in a discussion - you just want me to admit that you are right. So, if you wanna talk art, feel free to contact me anytime. Have a nice evening.

      Dec 27th, 2012 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      oki doki

      Dec 27th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff