Did anyone else find the general *feel* of DmC similar to Hal Duncan's book of all hours: Ink and Vellum? It's not rip off or even striking resemblance but some themes match and i have had this feeling from the get-go, since DmC was revealed.
both try to be edgy and mature, both got demon's and angel's, both got main character that is sorta outcast, overthetop fighters and punk. Especially after i heard NT was thinking of making Dante gay, i thought of Jack in those books. Both got this semi-forced punk attitude and both try to appear deeper than they perhaps really are.
Oh and also with a dash of Hal Duncan's Escape from Hell, with all the eye-camera surveillance in hellcity. --- Time Splitters HD Collection!!?? Gears are already in motion, sign the petition!!