Who put the 'Glad' in 'Gladiator'?!
When we are talking about the infinite lifespan of the gods, 18 years of planning sounds like he threw it together last minute.
@skydive mango, well hades never denied being a drama queen
@skydive mango, when you examine Greek, along with Nordic mythology, you notice a pattern of behavior with pagan gods that they are actually human-like beings that are simply reincarnated infinitely. Main reason why the gods can war and rule over others even though they can't really die. Nordic mythology has an interesting example of this, where history simply repeats itself every 1000 years or so, beginning with the birth of the gods and ending with Ragnarok, endlessly beginning and ending.
Best Disney villain of all time.
@a real doctor , over Kronk?
@WhyNotBoth, kronk isn't set up to be a villain. He's more of a person who is just caught on the wrong side due to his total and utter ignorance.
@Page 394, that's the best thing about him. Like when he was working at that diner
@WhyNotBoth, honestly any scene with him was so good most of due to Patrick Warburton
@Page 394, "ignorance is bliss"
@a real doctor , I prefer Jafar but this guy is only a peg below him
I honestly sympathized with Hades at different points in the movie.
Honestly, hades invented the phrase "what are those", look at top panels. Its even at shoes!
Just kidding dont hurt me for that joke
*Hercules approaching centaur*
"Excuse, me! Umm..."
*Looks under horse*
Last pane: mom when you spend the change on snacks