One tract for believers shows a big hulking thug in the most hideous imaginable combination of bondage gear, biker clothing, and Nazi paraphernalia towering over a fairly ordinary-looking Christian guy who's sweating profusely (and whose stomach is shown to be tying itself into a knot) and yelling right in his face "Are you calling me a sinner!?" (Now why would anyone say that?)
Satan, dressed in a pumpkin-headed mask for an upcoming Halloween massacre, gloating from a hilltop over the arrival of some teenagers in the woods and then suddenly exclaiming "@!!!☆☆! I forgot my chainsaw!"
While walking his pet snake on a leash.
And the kid yelling at him after running him off by invoking the name of the Lord.
Perhaps the funniest part is that in the next panel, it's revealed that both Satan and the kid are wrong about Halloween being Satan's birthday.
The Family Guy panel in this tract. Made even better by the fact that Chick can draw Peter and Stewie Griffin 100% accurately and perfectly. Not to mention the Book of Psalms being used as a source on what the world was like 50 years ago.
Also, the bizarre way Chick uses footnotes note Jack Chick tends to use footnotes to emphasize or condemn the things he's discussing, as opposed to citing sources for his claims. could lead one to believe that the source for his claim that Stewie Griffin is gay is Leviticus 18:22.
The trailer for the "Dark Dungeons" adaption perfectly shows that the creators aren't taking it seriously in the slightest. A particular highlight is dramatic music playing over a scene of game die being tossed into fake blood that looks like it was taken from the set of an Eli Roth movie. Then the ending feature this hilariously self-aware stinger: