Friday, March 14, 2003

He's the cartoonist with the not-so-hidden message. Welcome to the black and white world of Jack Chick, a Christian who was given his drawing talents by God. Jack Chick draws little parables, from modern-day life, to help spread the message of Our Lord in a let's say, popular way.

But just what is the Lord trying to communicate to us, through Mr Chick's skilled hands?

Well, you Dungeons and Dragons geeks had better slap yourselves back into the real world (yes, the one where angels live in the sky,) because D&D is officially evil and wrong. "Debbie thought playing Dungeons and Dragons was fun...until it destroyed her friend. The intense training through D&D prepared Debbie to accept the invitation to enter a witches coven." You'll be very pleased to know that the cartoon ends in a mass burning of "occult paraphernalia like... rock music, charms an Dungeons and Dragons material."

Meanwhile Bobby and his friends start a rock group but it all ends in tears (vampirism and ODs to be exact). And in the Gay Blade a horrified mother and daughter shake in fear at a gay couple wearing a "gay revolution" t-shirt. "Gay Revolution: To most people it's a big joke... but is it really?"

Ain't religion great!

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