Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Tempt the Messiah ...

Hat tip goes to David Myers. He left this in the combox of a previous post, and I thought it was interesting enough to warrant a post of its very own.

David suggests we check out:
an interesting comic book illustration of Jesus' being tempted by the devil:
The illustrations are amazing, and you continue clicking through to the end of the third part. It is still a work in progress, and the artist anticipates four parts:
This is a work of sequential art (a comic) in progress. These pictures of Jesus (or Iesous, ‘Isa, Yeshua, Yehoshua, etc.) were not meant to be an exact depiction of His outward form. I am only trying to spread the truth in comic book form. I am presenting parts ONE, TWO, and THREE. There will be FOUR parts: (1.) “Bread on the Desert” (2.) “Stone of the Temple” (3.) “Light from the Mountain” (4.) “Thunder in the Desert and Lamb in the Water” – I will finish with a beginning; this introduction will be about John the Baptist and the baptism of Christ. Every word within the artwork is from the King James Bible.

1 comment:

Scelata said...

Terrific illustrations!
(One quibble -- the devil has no knees.)

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