“And so it’s come to this”, the boy announced to no one in particular, legs dangling off the cliff side.
It couldn’t be said that he hadn’t been warned or that someone else was to blame. He’d had all the advantages no one else had had and yet, in the end, it all counted for nothing.
Not a single thing anyone had done had deterred him. He had just continually strode forward through life without a care for the consequences. Thinking about it all, he began to reconsider his before realising he wouldn’t change his mind. He shrugged and got up as he thought of those who had doubted him, his hair blowing in the wind as his face shifted into a rebellious grin.
The moment of truth was drawing near so he decided to mark the occasion with a few choice words, as he hovered over the precipice that was to be the end.
It made him think of another boy who never wanted to grow up, and how he’d fly away to a land of wonder and everlasting excitement, just by thinking happy thoughts.
“Any happy thought at all”, he quoted as the ground flew up to meet him like an old friend. The impact reminded him just how much his thoughts weighed him down.
this is incredible
I THOUGHT IT WAS A CANVAS PAINTING
Hades appreciation post.
He is kind of one of my favorite Disney villains.
He’s so sassy! I love it!
He’s one of the reasons why I point out this movie is hilarious.
YES, I KNOW IT’S NOT THE ORIGINAL FRICKIN’ MYTH. But it can still be good/funny for what it is.
“Mr. Zeus. Mr. High-and-Mighty. Mr. Hey-You-Get-Off-of-My-Cloud.”
Fun Fact: They rewrote most of the dialogue for the part after James Woods auditioned. Many of the oneliners were improvised. The top gif was his greeting to the writers when they were first introduced.