Hymns and Heroes: 10 More Matches Made in Heaven

"Music Dash" | Art by Underpable. Used with permission.
Ask and ye shall receive! Here are ten more hymn-meets-hero matches made in heaven, because we believe in the power of resurrection here at Geekdom House (whether for Jesus, Gandalf, or a mashup list). See Part 1 of this list here.

1. Sonic the Hedgehog — “There is a Green Hill Far Away”

Twenty-five years far away, in fact. And boy, do we hope Sonic Mania brings it back.

2. Pit (Kid Icarus) — “The Fight is On”

Step 1: Insert Smash Bros. Brawl.
Step 2: Select Pit.
Step 3: Press “up” on the D-pad.
Step 4: Continue as directed until all opponents gang up to pound you into silence.

3. Pick an Age of Ultron Avenger, any Age of Ultron Avenger — “Be Thou My Vision”

This isn’t the first time we’ve made this pun, and it won’t be the last. (Maybe next time we’ll apply it to Daredevil instead…)

4. Ichigo Kurosaki — “The Call for Reapers”

He answered that call in the dubbed version.

5. Eren Jaeger — “Fire of God, Titanic Spirit”

Sink your teeth into that colossal pun. Seriously, though, we just want to hear him rage his way through the lyrics in Titan-ese while he’s on fire.

6. Pikmin — “I’ll Go Where You Want Me to Go”

“Except when I see a pellet. Or get stuck behind a bridge. Or decide to get lost 20 seconds before launch.”

7. Glorfindel/Arwen — “Ride On! Ride On in Majesty!”

Or, as we elves say, “noro lim!

8. Solaire of Astora — “Praise the Father; Praise the Son”

And engage in jolly charismatic worship.

9. Haruka Nanase — “Take Me to the Water”

We bet he only sings freestyle.

10. Thor — “The God of Thunder and the Lightning”

“This hymn, I like it. ANOTHER!” We can just see Thor hurling a hymnal through a stained glass window as a compliment.

Casey Covel

Casey Covel

Contributing Writer at Area of Effect
An INTJ and self-proclaimed connoisseur of chocolate, tea, and sushi, Casey spends her free time cosplaying, writing, gaming, philosophizing, editing articles for Geeks Under Grace, squinting at strange words, and watching Corgi videos on the internet.
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