Good Omens.

"On the whole, neither he not Crowley would have chosen each other's company but they were both men, or atleast men shaped creatures,"

Good Omens is a book and show with painfully only 2 seasons, its simply about an Angel and a Devil.

"Occult forces?"
"You and me," explained Crowley.
"I'm not occult," said Aziraphale. "Angels aren't occult. We're ethereal."
"Whatever," snapped Crowley, too worried to argue.

fun fact: they kissed

Crowley

The devil in this story, not metaphorically, actually. dark outfit, impulsive, over 6,000 year old man-thing. he/him but she/her when convinient. Has a luxury apartment he doesn't use.

Favorite book quote:

Crowley's hands itched. Aziraphale healed bicycles and broken bones; he longed to steal a few radios, let down some tires, that sort of thing. He resisted it.

Aziraphale

The angel. Just as old as crowley. Owns a bookshop full of books he refuses to sell. Is really good at doing taxes. Keeps loosing his sword.

Favorite book quote:

Many people, meeting Aziraphale for the first time, formed three impressions: that he was English, that he was intelligent, and that he was gayer than a tree full of monkeys on nitrous oxide. Two of these were wrong; Heaven is not in England, and angels are sexless unless they really want to make an effort.

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