good omens dreamcast: the four horsemen of the apocalypse
naomie harris as warshe was beautiful the way a forest fire was beautiful: something to be admired from a distance, not up close.
cillian murphy as pollutionhe was somewhere in his twenties at a casual glance, and a casual glance was all anyone ever gave him. he was almost entirely unmemorable.
fan bingbing as famine(s)he carries out (her) function in a variety of ways: nouvelle cuisine, diet fads, and new foods. it didn’t matter how much you ate, you lost weight.
archie panjabi as deaththere was a grin on (her) face, but then, given the face, there couldn’t have been anything else.
the way gansey saw it was this: if you had a special knack for finding things, it meant you owed the world to look.
Blue continued. “They think they’re better than us and that we’re all falling all over ourselves for them, and they drink themselves senseless every weekend and spray paint the Henrietta exit sign.”
Aglionby Academy was the number one reason Blue had developed her two rules: One, stay away from boys, because they were trouble. And two, stay away from Aglionby boys, because they were bastards.