Neil Gaiman has discovered himself on the dangerous facet of some American Christians however he’s not sweating it.

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A Christian group referred to as Return to Order not too long ago began a petition to persuade Amazon to cancel Gaiman and writer Terry Pratchett’s collection “Good Omens”, although they mistakenly addressed the letter to Netflix.

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“The Netflix collection ‘Good Omens’, primarily based on a e-book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, portrays the brokers of Good and Evil as fighters in an arbitrary battle devoid of which means and fact,” the petition says. “This collection presents devils and Satanists as regular and even good, the place they merely have a special means of being, and mocks God’s knowledge.”

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Up to now the petition has racked up over 20,000 signatures.

After a fan introduced the petition to Gaiman’s consideration, the writer took it in stride, poking enjoyable on the group directing their efforts on the unsuitable streaming service.

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Gaiman has confronted protest up to now, together with in 2015, when a pupil at Crafton Hills Faculty in California was offended on the sexual materials in his graphic novel The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll’s Home.

“Good Omens” premiered Might 31 on Wonderful Prime Video, and stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant.

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