Crossword clues for gods
- "The Twilight of the _____"
- ___country (natural rural area)
- Neptune and Uranus, e.g.
- Balder and Odin
- Olympus dwellers
- Mount Olympus dwellers
- Neptune and Pluto
- Mercury and Mars
- Olympus residents
- Saturn and Mercury, for two
- Some depictions on a pyramid wall
- Pantheon members
- "___ and Monsters" (1998 film)
- Dwellers on Mount Olympus
- "Ye ___!"
- Mercury and Saturn
- Eponyms of the week?
- The world, idiomatically
Gods are fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Several characters in many stories have been referred to as gods. Generally, however, only those belonging to two specific types are considered to be the "true" gods. Other worlds besides Earth also have their own gods, with different origins.
Gods, also known as Gods Into the Wonderful, is a 1991 video game by The Bitmap Brothers where the player is cast as Hercules in his quest to achieve immortality. The game was first made for Amiga and Atari ST computers and then ported for various other platforms. Like other Bitmap Brothers' games, Gods was highly praised by critics thanks to the quality graphics and music.
The enemy AI was praised - it would adapt not only to the player position, but also to his skill. Some rooms contain inaccessible items - smaller "thieves" show up from a passage in the wall, try to grab the item and bring it back to another point in the room or disappear with it. The player is able to obtain the item if they shoot the thief at the correct time. Bonuses are awarded for reaching certain parts of the level under a certain limit of time or number of lives, bringing an object to a room or simply by playing poorly, where the game helps the player.
As was common with Bitmap Brothers, an external musician assured the game score, this time John Foxx as Nation 12. The box cover illustration was designed by the British comic book artist Simon Bisley.
Gods or God, in comics, may refer to:
Gods (DC Comics)
- New Gods
- Olympian Gods (comics)
Gods (Marvel Comics)
- Elder Gods (Marvel Comics)
- Young Gods (comics)
- God (Image Comics)
Gods or deities are beings with superhuman powers or qualities who may be thought of as holy, divine, or sacred.
Gods may also refer to:
- Gods (video game)
- Gods (DC Comics)
- Gods (Marvel Comics)
- The gods (theatrical), the upper levels of a theatre
- The Gods (band), a rock band from England
Usage examples of "gods".
He believed true wisdom to be an attainable idea, and that the moral convictions of the mind, those eternal instincts of temperance, conscientiousness, and justice, implanted in it by the gods, could not deceive, if rightly interpreted.
God Supreme, from whom all other gods emanate or are by Him created, 597-l.
The Eight Great Gods, or primary class, were probably manifestations of the emanated God in the several parts and powers of the Universe, each potentially comprising the whole Godhead.
His works to Secondary Gods, personified, and isolated from Him in fabulous independence.
At Samothrace, in the Mysteries of the Cabiri or great Gods, a representation was given of the death of one of them.
But not several, for just as one Divine Nature in several Persons does not make several gods, so one human nature in several persons does not make several men.
Wherefore in the passage quoted we are to understand the prohibition to adore those images which the Gentiles made for the purpose of venerating their own gods, i.
Christianity, it is said, begins from the burning of the false gods by the people themselves.
When office and wealth become the gods of a people, and the most unworthy and unfit most aspire to the former, and fraud becomes the highway to the latter, the land will reek with falsehood and sweat lies and chicane.
Joshua they became devout worshippers of the false gods of all the surrounding nations.
Philo, and the Alohayim, Forces or Superior Gods of the ancient legend with which Genesis begins,--to these and other intermediaries the creation was owing.
Thus men have given to the Gods human forms, and have even represented them under the figure of other beings, in the train of which fictions followed many more of the same sort.
Existence in its several gradations has emanated--the world of Gods, as nearest akin to Himself, being first, and at the head of all.
In these Gods, that perfection, which in the Supreme Essence was inclosed and unevolved, is expanded and becomes knowable.
To them the Gods and the Idols of the Gods were symbols, and symbols of great and mysterious truths.