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The Young Protectors—Spooky Jones: Past Sins—Page 10

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What do you think it all means, Anaado? Don’t hold back.

So! We just got another glimpse of Spooky’s time in Hell, and this time… it’s happy memories? Is that even possible? Could what these two experienced really have been love? Anaado continues to make an emotionally-packed case, how is all this affecting Spooky? And, most importantly, which one of you is going to be the first to name the lava-drinking bird?!

Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀

Comments From The Young Protectors Community

  1. There are only two pieces of literature that create and inform the concept of Hell.
    The first was Dante’s INFERNO in the Divine Comedy which followed the earth-centric views of the universe and also postulated a frozen inner ring where Lucifer was held captive.
    The second was Milton’s Paradise Lost, which describes that first fatal disobedience and because of it, the subsequent fall from heaven that lasted nine times the space that measures night and day Hell is a lake of fire in a land of burning sulfur and indestructible rock. There, Lucifer creates his domain.
    Royalty in Hell is determine by angelic rank.

  2. I’ve read both (great stuff) and they’ve definitely informed my writing, although my version of Hell in The Young Protectors is different from both of those conceptions. :slight_smile:

  3. Your concept of demons, Lucifer or Laampros, and hell is Christian. It’s not Buddhist, Hindu, Greek, Roman, Sumerian, Babylonian, or Egyptian, or anything of that age.

  4. Certainly in terms of appearances, that is correct.

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