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Ask AI: Why are mortal humans depicted as either idiotic and suicidal people or as villains in Helluva Boss?


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Question: Why are mortal humans depicted as either idiotic and suicidal people or as villains in Helluva Boss?

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"Helluva Boss" is a dark comedy animation with a unique tone and perspective that takes place predominantly in Hell, focusing mainly on demons and other underworld beings. The show often depicts humans in a negative light, but this isn't necessarily a commentary on humanity as a whole. Here are some potential reasons for this narrative choice: 1. Perspective: The show is primarily set in Hell and almost all main characters are demons, imps, or other infernal creatures. Because of this, there's a distinct perspective that portrays the "normal" (in this case, demons and hellish entities) as sympathetic characters, while humans are "others" and therefore depicted more negatively. 2. Dark Comedy: The humor in "Helluva Boss" is dark and mature. The depiction of humans as foolish, suicidal, or evil is often exploited for comedic impact. The series thrives on such contentious and borderline offensive humor. 3. Critique of Humanity: It could be a satirical way of highlighting some negative aspects of human nature, showcasing our flaws, follies, and sins. By portraying humans as the antagonist or as individuals unworthy of sympathy, it subtly critiques certain aspects of human behavior in an exaggerated way. 4. Narrative Choices: Contrastingly, depicting humans as villains or mistake-prone may also serve to make the demonic characters feel more relatable or acceptable to the audience. It's a common narrative tool called "moral relativism" where the morals of characters are compared and contrasted to let the audience sympathize with beings they might normally see as "evil." In summary, the depiction of humans in "Helluva Boss" arises from a combination of narrative aesthetics, comedic stylistics, and character viewpoint. It's important to remember that these are creative choices made by the creators for the sake of the story and tone, not a factual representation of reality.

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April 11, 2024, 3:09 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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