Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes known as the sibling religions, since they have a common origin and share most of their history, worldviews and prophets, and because they all worship the same God. They are also known as the Abrahamitic religions or the Book religions.
While I understand that Good Omens primarily makes fun of Christianity, I like to imagine that Aziraphale and Crowley’s “field of operations” included all three of them.
Also, Crowley’s inability with animals will forever amuse me.
"A demon can get into real trouble, doing the right thing.“ He nudged the angel. "Funny if we both got it wrong, eh? Funny if I did the good thing and you did the bad one, eh?” “Not really,” said Aziraphale. Crawly looked at the rain. “No,” he said, sobering up. “I suppose not.”
Additional Aziraphale x Crowley monomyth evidence—though, as the last photo suggests, they may be neither more nor less than extrojects of their authors’ divergences? I’m reminded (unsurprisingly, to @tea-and-liminality) of Maurice, Brideshead Revisited, and assorted other beautiful-British-boy vehicles, mainly centered around class differences. And of my original fancast, years ago—that Fry x Laurie should play angel x demon [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 ]