Good Omens

Good Omens In the Beginning, Neil Gaiman (Creator of The Sandman graphic novels) and Terry Pratchett (Father of the Discworld series) decided to twist the Apocalypse in a droll way. The result: a masterpiece like no other, chock-full of laughter, silliness, and thinly veiled philosophies about human behavior, the society, and the universe as a whole.

This tumblelog is dedicated to Good Omens. Sit back, enjoy, and have a nice doomsday!

:here comes the apocalypse: by ~Sherru

:here comes the apocalypse: by ~Sherru

hangednothung:

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Reblogged from thecordialcat

hangednothung:

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bananasandguavas:

have a kawaii vday everyone (・▽・)ノ

Reblogged from bananasandguavas

bananasandguavas:

have a kawaii vday everyone (・▽・)ノ

twoluckyseconds:

here have a semi violent valentine
sorry if the pose is off 6_9
I dedicate this to Sarah because she knows what Good Omens is
War is not my character, she’s TP/NG’s

Reblogged from sandpaperedstones

twoluckyseconds:

here have a semi violent valentine

sorry if the pose is off 6_9

I dedicate this to Sarah because she knows what Good Omens is

War is not my character, she’s TP/NG’s

toastyloveskaza:

So I made these.And I love all of them.
Except for Death. But I don’t think you understand how hard it is. To make a skeleton wearing a helmet.
It’s not a fun or easy task. 
This has been a post.

Reblogged from boosozoku

toastyloveskaza:

So I made these.

And I love all of them.

Except for Death. But I don’t think you understand how hard it is. To make a skeleton wearing a helmet.

It’s not a fun or easy task. 

This has been a post.

Reblogged from amanitaambrosia

  • "Occult forces?"
  • "You and me, " explained Crowley.
  • "I'm not occult, " said Aziraphale. "Angels aren't occult. We're ethereal."
  • "Whatever, " snapped Crowley, too worried to argue.

"It may help to understand human affairs to be clear that most of the great triumphs and tragedies of history are caused, not by people being fundamentally good or fundamentally bad, but by people being fundamentally people."

Reblogged from cinderellainrubbershoes

Good Omens, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (via cinderellainrubbershoes)