Thinking About The Afterlife In Ancient Greek Mythology

So, like, imagining some Hero who’s gone to the underworld for whatever fool thing ancient heroes were always going into the underworld for. And they’ve got to get out past Cerberus, the three-headed dog guardian of the afterlife, right? So what I’m thinking now is the Hero trying to get past Cerberus by warning, you know, if we fight I’m going to kill you. Wouldn’t Cerberus just have to laugh because, “Oh, yeah, you’re going to send me right here where I already am? I’m going to be trapped staying within sight of me?”

Anyway please send me $200 million to make this movie thank you.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “Thinking About The Afterlife In Ancient Greek Mythology”

  1. If your movie starring Cerbs doesn’t work out ,maybe you can use your current rabbit situation to create a viable “Upstairs Downstairs” remake with anthro bunnies in cute maid and butler suits. maybe call it “Hopstairs, Doestairs” Or not.


    1. I like this. I’ll have to use it for my prestige project that gives me enough artistic credibility to go and do something truly, outstandingly, mind-bogglingly bad. I’m talking reboot Kickpuncher: Punchkicker in Time bad. Something that can really save the neighborhood rec center.


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