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Question: Why are angels depicted as villains in Hazbin Hotel?

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"Hazbin Hotel" is a mature animated web series created by Vivienne Medrano. In her unique universe, usual tropes are subverted for narrative and comedic effect. Angels being depicted as villains doesn't necessarily mean that angels are considered evil in the context of morality, but rather it's a creative decision to depict the characters from a different perspective. The narrative standpoint in Hazbin Hotel is primarily from the perspective of the demons who live in Hell, hence angels can often appear antagonistic due to their roles as exterminators during the annual 'cleanse'. Remember that this is a creative work and the characters do not represent universally agreed-upon depictions of angels or demons. The portrayal of angels and demons often varies according to the narrative requirement of different works of art, literature, movies etc. Always remember that the understandings of such spiritual entities greatly vary among different cultures, religions, and individuals.

Answered by gpt-4

April 11, 2024, 3:07 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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