What is your favorite portrayal of demons in fictional media/literature?
Fuck the comic book purists, this movie was great.
Anything in the Silent Hill Franchise. The somewhat lovecraftian imagery of abstract manifestations of a person's inner psyche was visually amazing, but this only really goes up to Silent Hill 3. After that Team Silent tries to do a ghost game only to get it ham-fisted into being a fourth Silent Hill sequel. Team Silent splits and Konami is left with a Franchise they just don't get.
Also I can't believe how good the first Silent Hill movie was and how low budget and bad the second one was.
Is there anything worse than an advisary that follows cartoon logic?
Since that's reality bending tier powerwank, probably not.
Weebshit is the proper abbreviation.
Let's talk about the binding of isaac. I know it's cartoony and not exactly horrifying, but I really do love the way it shows things from his point of view (that of a child). Like how the devil, unless you directly confront him, is just a sort of omnipotent presence that is not hesitant to strike you down and steal your life. And even if you do confront him, the beginning is him sending demons to kill you because he can't be bothered. Then he shoots you for a second and his final form is massive and incomprehensible, only allowing you to see the hooves that directly strike at you. Is cool.
Barlowe's art is amazing.
I really like the cover art for Darren Shan's The Demonata. And the books are pretty great too.
Tzeentch the Lord of Change. His plans and schemes are infinite and indecipherable in their complexity and interconnectivity.
Do not ask which creature screams in the night. Do not question who waits for you in the shadow. It is my cry that wakes you in the night, and my body that crouches in the shadow. I am Tzeentch and you are the puppet that dances to my tune...
persona 3, to be honest, senpai
Anon doesn't know how to Devilman.