>>114242902>Anon, again, I don't care what you like. I don't care that some nigger crafted a persona around Doom. But when I think of Doom, I don't think of Rap, let alone using it as his theme. And nobody else does, because he's a Sorcerer Scientist King who places importance on actual Culture. These songs/tracks fit Doom, not your rap rubbish.
Fair enough point, but consider this: the Bible was written by multiple people over large periods of time. This multi-meaningful text was written by multiple souls, affecting the inner worlds of millions. Every point of view, every feeling and experience was considered, and each difference added to the final product, the final thought.
So what if, something that was fictional in the first place; that is, a thought, like Doctor Doom existing only in the metaphysical. You take this concept of 'wizard god king' and by the associations his fans give him, he is influenced by all interpretations of him. Similarly how Jesus is slightly dinted for each cultural group he exists in (think of Indian, Japanese, Malaysian christians), yet the message (compassion, forgiveness, purity) is still the same.
The wizard god king lives and can exist only through the people that decide to bother with him in any capacity. Your interpretation isn't bad, his association with alternative music isn't off. Neither is thesis, nor antithesis. But a synthesis of both is the real 'final thought'. That survives all.