Though sassy, he is mostly a good boy who just wants to do his job and eat some food. Azrael is a character who is part of the EMPATH: The Luckiest Smurf story series, appearing mostly in the novel. Azrael (/ ˈ æ z r i ə l /; Biblical Hebrew: עֲזַרְאֵל ‎, ʿÁzarʾēl; Arabic: عزرائيل ‎, ʿAzrāʾīl orʿIzrāʾīl; Punjabi: ਅਜਰਾਈਲਿ, Ajrā-īl) is the Angel of Death in Islam and some Jewish traditions, and is referenced in Sikhism.. Archangel Azrael is the guardian angel of the dead ones. - A snarky quote from the 2011 Smurfs movie Azrael is a character who is part of the EMPATH: The Luckiest Smurf story series, appearing mostly in the novel. Azrael usually takes forms that please the dying. "Are you dead?", Formerly hovel outside Smurf Forest, now elsewhere, Azrael is notably a brown cat in the cartoon show, whereas in his comic book appearances and in the 2011, The rip in Azrael's right ear is never explained except in the 2011, Azrael's eyes are white with black pupils in the comic books and in, The illustration used for the infobox is Azrael's appearance from, As with the cartoon show version, Azrael is a descendant of a cat with royal blood in his veins -- the cat pharaoh Azra whom the Smurfs meet during their time-travel adventures in. "Are you dead?" Archangel Azrael can be called upon while you are still alive to help you assimilate the many lessons that you have learned in your current existence. Ichabod Azrael, the protagonist of The Grievous Journey of Ichabod Azrael (and the Dead Left in his Wake) was a gunslinger in the Wild West before he was himself shot and killed. While living, Azrael can help you to see and understand that it is a thin line between life and death. He helps dying people make the transition from the earthly dimension to heaven and comforts people who are … Easily move … Of all the Smurfs who have had the misfortune of dealing directly with Azrael, Empath is the only one who can directly stand up against him since neither he nor any cat are able to protect themselves from Empath's mental and physical abilities. Relative to similar concepts of such beings, Azrael holds a rather benevolent role as … The Muslim Hadith tells a story that illustrates how reluctant people can be to see the Angel of Death when he comes for them: "The Angel of Death was sent to Moses and when he went to him, Moses slapped him severely, spoiling one of his eyes. Azrael tends to be very snarky and disdainful of his master's varied attempts to capture the Smurfs, not to mention his claims of being a great and powerful sorcerer, but is nonetheless faithful and vicious enough to hunt after Smurfs and catch them, since like any cat he sees Smurfs as little blue mice. Archangel Azrael is often referred to as 'The Angel of Death', which is a title that leaves some people feeling slightly nervous or apprehensive. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Due to the pleasant form of the angel, the dying one takes his last breaths being astonished by the beauty. That angel, Azrael, separates people's souls from their bodies when they die. He's also somehow more intelligent than Gargamel. I have watched you since you were born I wrote your name in my book as you came into this world I have had an eye watching your entire life See now, your name fades with time And now you shall return from whence you came Delivered from this mortal coil Let this apple take your body from you Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share.