I'm proud to share something from another guest columnist. This time it's elle, frequent commenter and huge supporter of this site.
Before I post elle's wonderful piece, "Why I love Supernatural," I wanted to announce that elle is also the winner of the Countdown Clock Graphic contest for July. If you notice the new graphic that's been gracing our countdown clock for the last couple of days, it comes from the awesome creative skills of elle. Thanks so much for the great graphic! BTW, elle submitted two graphics, so watch for her other one to be proudly displayed in a few weeks.
Here's another fantastic analysis from Faellie about season four and the influence of angels and demons. I send my sincere thanks to her in allowing us to sharing another worthwhile read.
This is a look back over what has been learnt about the major players in Season 4 of Supernatural, and some speculation as to what might be to come. It's spoiler free "“ which does mean that some of the speculation could already have been overtaken, and other things missed.
Part I: Dramatis personae
The angels in heaven
Angels are "the armies of heaven" and "warriors of God" (Castiel in Are you There God, It's Me Dean Winchester). We don't know how many angels there are, although Castiel says "Our numbers are not unlimited." Castiel tells us that six angels died during the events of AYTGIMDW, and seven deaths, all from the same garrison as Castiel, Uriel and Anna, started off the events of On The Head Of A Pin. In On The Head Of A Pin, Alistair says of Lilith "She wouldn't kill seven angels. She'd kill a hundred, a thousand".
I've never been one to find anything involving Hitler funny, okay, maybe "Springtime With Hitler" in The Producers, but after the crazy few days we've had here with all the negative comments with the Comic Con posts, this is just too good. Way too good. Scary accurate good. There is a person out there with a more twisted sense of humor than me.
These are links to videos in the press room that were given as part of the comments. I thought it would be best to put them all in one place.
These are from angel:
These are from Simon:
(This is my favorite. Why? Look at the redhead with the teal shirt in the background on the left introducing herself at the other table to Sera Gamble. Guess who???)
I had the pleasure of meeting some wonderful bloggers in the press rooms at Comic Con. One of them was Annalee Newitz with i09.com, who was there with me in both the Fringe and Supernatural press rooms. She ended up at another table in the Supernatural press room and in her article shares some wonderful info I didn't get to hear at my table. For another totally refreshing point of view, I suggest checking out this article.
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