Dc Comics Set To Release Comic Book Starring A Bungling Jesus Christ

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  1. TMT Tactical

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    This flat out disgusting. I am an agnostic but I not feel it is inappropriate to denigrate a major religion. I get so tired of the left undercutting and berating the Christians and their faith. I wonder if they plan a comic on Mohamed, doubt it. I think people of all faiths should be up in arms and refuse to allow their children to read or purchase this crap comic. In fact they should ban all D.C. comic.

    DC Comics drew critical praise for its series of short-run books that re-imagine classic characters and coming up soon, the company is set to release a new book featuring an out-of-touch, bungling Jesus Christ in the lead.
    The planned Vertigo imprint series will join previous re-imaginings such as the series about the 60s cartoon hit The Flintstones and a redux of the cartoon character Snagglepuss, both of which are stuffed with left-wing social justice warrior plots. Snagglepuss, for instance, was turned into a gay thespian, and The Flintstones featured socialist workers plots.

    In the new comic, written by Mark Russell, Jesus Christ will be portrayed as an out-of-touch former savior who is cast out of his prison in heaven and back down to earth because God the Father felt that Christ messed up his first visit with mankind, Newsbusters reported.

    https://www.breitbart.com/entertain...-comic-book-starring-a-bungling-jesus-christ/
     
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    Just in case this is not showing up for some, I figured to give it a bump (not sure that is the right term).
     
  3. TexDanm

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    I have a twisted sense of humor. Mad Magazine did a takeoff a little like this at one time and it was hilarious. I don't sweat that sort of thing. As a Jesuit Pagan I am not offended by or about parody. If you want to see some upset people let them do one about Mohamed. They don't have any sense of humor!!!

    I think that people need to try to see their and other peoples faiths in a more flexible fashion. It always strikes me how people in the Christian areas talk about the Hindu and Greek and Roman and Islamic Mythologies but then never talk about the Christian or Jewish Mythologies. A lot of the stuff in the Bible is every bit as off the wall as any other faiths Myths.

    If a God can't handle a little humor or being laughed at it isn't very much of a god. A very special preacher introduced me to the humor offered up in the Bible. He felt like laughter brings people closer and that you put your god up high on a mountain top untouchable that you would never be able to have the close sort of relationship that he felt people needed. I agree with that.

    There is a TV show called Lucifer about the devil quitting his job and telling god that he is tired of always being the bad guy. He comes to earth and starts learning about caring about people and dealing with all sorts of things that the "Devil" just never had to deal with. I like it a lot.
     
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    I liked Lucifer and never felt it was being disrespectful to the Christians. I could see getting tired of getting all the blame. While Lucifer's moral shenanigans would not be condoned in most Christian faiths, I also remember he took great joy in punishing the bad guys.
     
  5. TexDanm

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    We had a Lucifer marathon over the New Years holiday. It is on Netflix.
     
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