Monsters don’t get paradise; monsters end in ash, kicked up by the ones they loved the most.
When Bishop was alive, though, he used to wonder about Heaven. He’d wonder what it was like, if people like him could ever attain it or if all the preachers and his neighbors and his mother were right.
So, last night I read this post which at one point makes the conclusion that, since Dean and John are both of Michael’s vessel line and Sam is of Lucifer’s, Sam must either be illegitimate or John is of both lines.
Au contraire, meta writer. It takes two bloodlines to make a family. And now you mention it, I am almost certain that Mary Winchester could have been Lucifer’s vessel.
HBO andGuillermo del Toro are teaming on Monster, developing a potential series culled from a series of 18 volumes of Japanese Manga by author Naoki Urasawa published by Shogakukan Inc. Del Toro will co-write the story with Steven Thompson, best known for his work on Dr. Who andSherlock. Thompson will write the pilot, which del Toro intends to direct. The thriller is about the worldwide search by a young doctor for the most evil sociopath that has ever lived. He is a 12-year-old boy, and the doctor’s decision to save his life has unwittingly unleashed a Pandora’s Box that leaves the doc battling to stop a plot of mass genocide. This is certainly a departure for HBO, entering the Manga game, but for del Toro and Thompson, it allows them an incredible sandbox to play in. Del Toro will be executive producer and Thompson co-executive producer, with Angry Films’ partners Don Murphy and Susan Montford executive producing with Exile’s Gary Ungar. Shogakukan will be consulting producer.