Abyss is a name used for several distinct characters in stories published by Marvel Comics.
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... The Forgotten God is the Lord of the Abyss and main antagonist in the expansion, Raising Hell ... from the minds of the mortal residents and banished him to the Abyss ... not only punishing the deceased, but by also opening Abyss Gates to lure in living mortals and use their suffering as well to claw himself back out into the living realm and begin a reign ...
... In heraldry, the abyss is the middle of an escutcheon. ...
... The character of Abyss related to the X-Men titles has been adapted for use in the video game X-Men Legends II Rise of Apocalypse ...
... He seeks for a foothold in the grass as a symbol of the transience of life and looks into the abyss opening before him—the abyss of death ... With her right hand she points either at the abyss or at the flowers bordering it ... In contrast to the men, who gaze either at the abyss or into the distance, she communicates with the other figures—whether she feels threatened by the abyss or compelled by the ...
Famous quotes containing the word abyss:
“You have overcome yourself: but why do you show yourself to me only as the one overcome? I want to see the victor: cast roses into the abyss and say, Here is my thanks to the monster, because it didnt know how to swallow me!”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“The connection between our knowledge and the abyss of being is still real, and the explication must be not less magnificent.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
Thats another kind of prison.
Its not the prince at all,
but my father
drunkenly bent over my bed,
circling the abyss like a shark....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)