Colossus Author:Stephen Marlowe Doom in the form of a giant, the giant of Paco Goya's dreams, the giant of Mariana sleeping with her red hair spread on his pillow, nothing lasts, nada y nada y nada, the beast in us all, no one is immune. The giant towering massively into that death of a sky, his face fiercely bearded, his powerful body nude, his fists ready to strike. Fists ... more »that could shatter whole villages.
Goya painted that, all of it, on a single canvas, slashing his anger on with a palette knife, gouging his rage with his bare hands, paitning it all in one frenzied attack, like the final battle of ware without end.
He did not name the painting. Later it would be called The Colossus.« less