The new Jesus and Mo, called “force,” came in an email with this message: Jesus and Mo should cheer up. The good old days are making a come-back. I presume the “come-back” refers to the recent deference of people towards Islam and the rise of the Right in both Europe and America.
Category Archives: Jesus and Mo
The new Jesus and Mo strip, “limb2” is actually recycled from a decade ago, and refers to a website familiar to many of us (see below): From the email: This one’s ten years old. The only difference is Mo speaking a little bit of French (I don’t know why I think that’s funny), and the […]
Today’s Jesus and Mo strip, called “fake,” came with the email note: Did this conversation between Jesus & Mo really take place, or is it fake news? Who knows what is real anymore? The strip speaks for itself, except that I’d add this about door-to-door proselytizers: “Have you hear the good (fake) news?”
Just a reminder: the niqab is the cloth that covers the face (and not the eyes), worn with a hijab (head covering) as part of Muslim religious garb. Here’s a woman wearing both: Little comment is needed on today’s Jesus and Mo strip, expressing the hypocrisy of extolling such a garment as a symbol of […]
Today’s Jesus and Mo strip, called “drugs” is based on a Daily Mail report on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of the brains of 19 “devout Mormons” (what—no other faiths?). When the Mormons were scanned while undergoing religious experiences, like reading scripture or watching Mormon videos, the fMRIs (which show blood flow to various parts of the […]
The new Jesus and Mo, called “broke,” came with an an email note saying, “As you might notice, today’s strip is a thinly disguised marketing ploy to try to get you to become a Patreon of this comic.” I am, and you can be too by clicking here.
The new Jesus and Mo strip, called “much,” speaks for itself: Don’t forget, you can support the artist’s work on Patreon, and you aren’t obligated to pay a lot.
Today’s Jesus and Mo strip, called “maths”, came with a note: This week’s comic was provoked by an article written by the Rev Giles Fraser. If you can bear it, here it is. It’s a piece by Fraser in the Guardian, “Assimilation threatens the existence of other cultures,” that begins this way and then goes […]
Here’s the latest Jesus and Mo strip, called “false.” A note in the email said “If you believe this, you’ll believe anything,” and below the cartoon it says this: Expecting a big bonus from my Zionist paymasters for this one. The irony is strong in this one.
The new Jesus and Mo strip, called “merry”, deals with the unwarranted fear of persecution of Christians in the UK. Given Trump’s election, we’ll see a greater hegemony of Christianity in the U.S. as well, but given our increasing secularization, somehow I don’t think Christian complaints will abate.