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Great bible stories 6: Easter special by Marsmar Great bible stories 6: Easter special by Marsmar
Some atheists would go around posting zombie Jesus pictures on DA for Easter. Not me. I'm not satisfied with only 1 zombie.

As it turns out, this is the first Bible Stories comic to talk about an event in the New testament. You can find the others here:
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Hell, I made fun of the Quran before making fun of the New Testament!
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:iconsilverbeastlaguz:
LOL! Nice one with the zombies, Mar!
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:icontarturus:
Tarturus Apr 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One of the many reasons why the original pagan easter is better than the Christian version.
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:iconmaster-of-the-boot:
Master-of-the-Boot Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I like the story with the rabbit delivering chocolate eggs better.
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:iconsaxonpride:
Oh yeah, I remember the Zombie attack part of the Easter story. The New Testament is full of odd little touches like that. For instance, I believe one story cast John the Baptist as the literal reincarnation of the prophet Elijah. And in the Gospel of Judas, Jesus can transform into a child for some reason.
But even as a child, I thought the zombie thing was rather odd, and it's so bizarre and obviously false that it's been pretty much whitewashed from all versions of the Easter story.

I can see why though, Jesus was already portrayed as experiencing homicidal rages against dove sellers and fig trees and then he causes a zombie attack. It kind of makes him look like the bad guy.
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:iconmarsmar:
There's a lot of untapped humor in the bible.

"Jesus was already portrayed as experiencing homicidal rages against dove sellers and fig trees"

So in other words, God hates Figs.
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:iconle2:
I remember seeing a toy rabbit that would tell the "real" Easter story out of a "book" with a cross on it. I made my husband laugh by telling the most gruesome parts of the story in a cutesy, squeaky voice. "And then they whipped him 30 times! Owchie-wowchie, did that hurt!"
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:iconmarsmar:
And here I was thinking that the Brick Testament was the best example of a children's toy reveling the gruesome aspects of the bible.
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