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BISMILLAHHH NOOOOOOOOO. this comic is basically just an illustration of Bohemian Rhapsody.

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"In the older mythology, marriage with the Mother Goddess had often represented the supreme enlightenment and the climax of a hero's quest, but Gilgamesh turns Ishtar down. Gilgamesh does not see civilization as a divine enterprise. Ishtar is a destroyer of culture: she is like a water skin that soaks its carrier, a shoe that pinches its wearer, and a door that cannot keep out the wind. None of her relationships has lasted; she has ruined each one of her lovers. Mortals are better off without these destructive encounters with irresponsible gods." -armstrong, a history of myth
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