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.
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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.
Today’s Jesus and Mo strip, “sign,”, was inspired by Donald Trump’s calls for a database of all Syrian refugees coming to the U.S.—and perhaps for all Muslims as well. Somehow the artist manages to make fun of Trump’s ridiculous plan and Islam at the same time:
New Jesus and Mo strip called “jump”, comes with the tags generation snowflake, political correctness, Trump. And indeed, he seems to be talking about Trump as an end to “political correctness,” which it’s not.
I’m back from SE Asia, but am horribly jet-lagged. It will take me a few days to recover and resume posting as usual. In the meantime, enjoy this comic. The new Jesus and Mo strip, called “furry”, shows Mo raising a few dumb creationists questions about evolution, although the “Why aren’t there furry Eskimos?” issue […]
Yesterday’s Jesus and Mo, called “busy”, came out a little late. Maybe I don’t get this one, but it doesn’t seem up to par for the strip.
The new Jesus and Mo strip, called “dear”, came with this note in the email alert: Religion demanding respect again, and getting it. The link to “getting it” doesn’t work, but it’s about the British gymnast Louis Smith, who got a two-month ban from his gymnastics governing body for getting drunk at a wedding, shouting “Allahu Akbar,” and […]