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Jesus at Home by Sincamper :)

Jesus at Home. What if Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married and living in suburbia living out the American Dream. Watching TV, growing fat and lazy, and occasionally getting a glimpse of former glory. Check out Sincamper's hilarious take on Jesus at Home
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Pat Jones's Review of Jesus at Home
Everybody Loves Jesus!
jesus@home explores the private life of Jesus of Nazareth, long after the "glory days" of his ministry have finished. With a nod to the Da Vinci Code, Jesus has married Mary Magdalene. They live in a trailer, and Jesus works as a pool cleaner. This Jesus suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and who can blame him? Mary tries to jog his memory, but Jesus is just as likely to quote Beatles lyrics as Bible verses. jesus@home makes me laugh when taken at face value. But this comic has much deeper meanings, and Sincamper is a philosopher who puts 2000 years of organized religion under the microscope. Mary, who symbolizes the devalued feminine principle that's missing from the Christian religion, is the only one in this comic with any sense. jesus@home, taken at its deepest level, is nothing less than an ongoing debate between organized religion and new age thought. Sincamper draws in a minimalist style (think James Thurber in the New Yorker) that contrasts nicely with the seriousness of his subject. Check out jesus@home, a comic that makes you laugh and think at the same time. ... read it now!


Nix Winter's Review of Jesus at Home
Well, it's simple, cute.
Art is not great, but it made me laugh and I'll be following it. Just a cute little comic to make one laugh, though, not for the terribly religious. It's rather sacrilegious, which appeals to me. ... read it now!


SpiritPainter's Review of Jesus at Home
Heretical, blasphemous fun
As a former fundamentalist minister, I had to see what was attached to the title "Jesus at Home." What was attached turned out to be a quirky, fun take on Jesus, incorporating all kinds of perspectives, all of them funny in Sincamper's hands. I love the static graphics, and minimalist approach to cartooning. It works perfectly with the author's dry humor. A fun read I look forward to! ... read it now!




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