is a hilarious parody of The Bible
, running through all the books in order. Make sure your sense of humor is bigger than your sense of righteous indignation before reading.
Despite the name this is not a mere bible comic, it's a collection of old tales, told by prophets, crazies, bards, and other such famous figures who started up various religious crazes in their day, including Christianity, Shintoism, Hinduism, various polytheistic religions, etc. etc.
It reveals the truth behind not just one, but every religion. Because there can only be one truth. And that Truth, my friends, is Holy Bibble.Needs a Better Description
Provides Examples Of:
- All Myths Are True: The comic crosses over into other mythologies.
- Blood Knight - Zadkiel is one, but almost all warrior angels fit here.
- The Bully - Abel is a bully to his brother, Zadkiel also fits in this.
- Cain and Abel
- Celestial Bureaucracy - And how, especially for ordering natural disasters.
- Crossover Cosmology
- God-Karting with Beelzebub - The angels and demons seem to have this relationship on occasion.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings - The angles have white and round wings, the fallen have black and pointed wings.
- Have You Seen My God? - The true god has never appeared in the comic, and paradise is controlled by what seems to be a council of angels.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath - Michael's first and last resort in all situations is murder, but ultimately he's still more concerned with God's plan than most other characters.
- Humongous Mecha - METATRON!!! in the old comic.
- Jerkass Gods
- Man in White - Yahweh's second form in the first comic.
- Only Sane Man - Raphael occasionally tries to explain that, for the most part, the world does not run on blessings and magic. Nobody wants to hear it.
- Order Versus Chaos - Fallen Angels live in a tropical resort, the angels in a gigantic bureaucratic office.
- Playing with Fire - Uriel and his son, Isaac. Uriel also seems to be a Pyro Maniac.
- Pyro Maniac - Uriel only smiles when he is about to set something on fire.
- Running Gag - Many jokes make multiple appearances. Including "De Nile" and the pimp camels.
- Samus Is a Girl - The authors shocked their fanbase with this realization about themselves.
- Scary Black Man - Michael is easily the most violent and intimidating character in the comic.
- Stuffed into a Locker - Abel did this with Cain and Raphael.
- Talking with Signs - When God strikes Laban dumb, this is how he chooses to communicate for the rest of the arc. Including signs that make death threats at Jacob.