the order seems to be battered but not out of the running for good.
re Skittsue: don't worry, he's still got a pulse.
re doom Bubbles: thanks ^_^
re Azhtann: eyepatches in general see to be something one would be well advised to steer clear of.
re XxWhiterosesxX: whops, thanks for catching that.
re Yarochisai: thanks ^_^
re FleetNightHuntress: and they were trying to be polite about it too.
re evensky: he is acting very nemesis-y at the moment.
re Onasaki: and the THATCHED ROOF COTAGES!
re Skarlog: he would love being a Sith Lord methinks.
re silverdragon1: I've really let drunkdunk slide. I haven't given up on it yet but I am considering possibly shutting it down.
re Krostog: thanks ^_^
re Omnom: of course, no biggie.
re yuri21: yeah, I watched Supernatural pretty recently. I thought it was entertaining, but it probably wasn't a great idea to watch it while reading Milton. The research they did for the show was...less than through (might have killed off an archangel without realizing it, whops). Unfortunately there aren't that many good tv shows out there, but there are some excellent books and comics. Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's book "Good Omens" is excellent, as is Bill Willingham's comic "Fables" and Mike Carey's comic "Lucifer."
I like supernatural, but it bungles it's folklore alot. killing off Urial is one oops, but it does it quite alot. Like in an early episode they say the latin word for god is 'christos', which is actually greek for christ
admittidly i'm somewhat nitpicky, but still. the devils in the details.
Hey, thanks for all the recs. I'll get started on that soon, I guess? Btw, can't wait to see what's going to happen. Poor whatshisname (Teucer?) is going to get killed trying to oppose a fiery god. And Joan? I wonder what's gonna become of her. And actually, where in the heck did she fly off to? I'm also wondering what sort of other powers did she develop all of a sudden?
Uhm, what archangel killing? Well, right... they killed Uriel. Then again, they kind of messed around with a fair chunk of the plot 'cos if God is somewhere around, I guess he can do whatever he wants.
Btw, yeah the lore is only somewhat accurate and I bet the writers like taking liberties with the mythology and lore. :P It's like how they manage to turn almost every single creature in the series, into some malevolent and twisted killing force. xD Or make everything so sinister and creepy. =P And yesss... I love the guns stuff: I've never heard of salted gun pellets. It's so darn entertaining! Salt 'n burn, baby! Makes for more fun and sense than finding ancient relics where by the time the relic plot is over, the writers have usually forgotten about the overall plot.
I'd ramble on but... meh, don't think you'd like to hear me gushing over the series. :D
If you like amusing fantasy novels, I highly reccomend the urban fantasy series: "The Dresden Files" by Jim Butcher. Also, "The Night Angel" trilogy by Brent Weeks. I've read both around eight times...
On a more comic-related note, I really hope Teddy lives through this. And isn't on fire. Are your vamps weak against fire? And does Teddy's weakness to silver cancel out the whole "wooden stake" thing?