Talk:Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe

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Further expansion[edit]

A few ideas for expanding the article: How does the movie end? What was its critical reception? -Phoenixrod 05:38, 16 July 2006 (UTC)


"Boo." --Mr. Billion 07:26, 12 December 2006 (UTC)


The 'executives' or whatever that are in that control room argue with Abraxas about killing a 'finder'. Both secundus and abraxis are finders, and no finder past or present can be executed. After driving to safety, secundus is able to kidnap the child. He takes the child to a warehouse and he tries to antagonize the boy to get him to release his power. The warehouse is filled with sparks, and eventually fire. Abraxas is eventually able to track them down, and Secundus and Abraxas fight. Abraxas kills Secundus despite the 'no execution' law. The 'executives or whatever' decide that Abraxas is alright, and that the killing was OK. Abraxas asks to be allowed to stay on Earth, and it's granted. Thank you rifftrax or I would have never seen this awful movie. I was only kinda watching so I'll have to write that paragraph in a way that's a little more readable. KLoverde (talk) 15:15, 3 October 2016 (UTC)