Minister of Science and Chief Protector of the Faith

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Jesus Convention

 

No time for blogging today! I am busy getting ready for Easter by coloring hard boiled eggs, biting the ears off of chocolate bunnies and nuking Peeps! (Jeepers! Who knew that celebrating the reanimation of the dead involved so many delicious treats!) In the meantime you can read this swell Easter comic book that I made last year, Jesus Convention.
 

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12 Comments:

At Sat Mar 22, 11:41:00 AM, Blogger Freida Bee said...

Sweet Fertile Jesus! This is the most beautiful specimen in blog form I've ever peeped.

(Since I was not around these parts last year, I really appreciate your re-posting it.)

 
At Sat Mar 22, 12:43:00 PM, Blogger FranIAm said...

Wow. I had to kind of rush through, because as you can imagine, I have a lot of churchy stuff going on.

That said, I will be back for more.

This is the best Jesusy thing I have read in a long, long time.

Pardon the pun, but ahem... You Nailed It!!!

 
At Sat Mar 22, 02:58:00 PM, Blogger Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Sweet, that's the post that got me started bloging.

 
At Sat Mar 22, 07:19:00 PM, Blogger BAC said...

Wow ... I think my head is spinning!


BAC

 
At Sun Mar 23, 09:11:00 AM, Blogger Dave The Angry Rhode Islander said...

Love this blog, which I just recently started reading. In the spirit of the day, I have a post at my own blog which you may find entertaining, or at least of mild interest. Thanks Zaius, for your ape-tastic blog!

 
At Sun Mar 23, 09:37:00 AM, Blogger Dean Wormer said...

That is an excellent post. Well done, sir.

 
At Sun Mar 23, 08:59:00 PM, Blogger Distributorcap said...

dr z

that was the best reading i have done in years.....

where was socialist jesus?

i laughed my ass off
(i also like how the font got bigger as it got louder)

 
At Sun Mar 23, 11:06:00 PM, Blogger Kevin said...

Dr. Z -

This post was the first thing I read of yours, ever, last year. It still is the funniest and freshest thing in the blog swarm.

Best regards,

Tengrain

 
At Sun Mar 23, 11:23:00 PM, Blogger Jess Wundrun said...

It was bluegal who announced at Princess Sparkle Pony that we all had to get over to Zaius Nation to see not only the funniest blog post ever, but some really awesome coding too.

Like tengrain and Dr. Monkey, this was the first post of yours I ever saw. Unlike Dr. Monkey I thought that I would never become a blogger because you set the stakes too high.

You have to promise to post this every year, like a Rankin Bass holiday show.

 
At Mon Mar 24, 10:06:00 AM, Blogger Swinebread said...

Happy Easter! A day late *Gulp*

 
At Mon Mar 24, 12:18:00 PM, Blogger Spirula said...

Really very well done.

I was disappointed we did not get to hear from the REAL Jesus...Corpse Jesus.

Anyway, I want to know what you've got to say about this!

We're waiting.

 
At Tue Mar 25, 12:05:00 PM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Freida Bee: Thanks! I was hoping that it could be read by a new crowd. People often don't read my photo-funnies because they are so long.

FranIAm: Thanks! I try to be my most Jesusy-Cheesusy!

Dr. Monkerstein: And you came in like gangbusters right away! I took forever to find some kind of voice, and you blew us all away from the start! You are indeed the monkiest blog around.

BAC: Thanks! (I think...)

Dave The Angry Rhode Islander: Do you mean this one? That's great! I have added you to my "ape-tastic" blogroll.

Dean Wormer: Thanks, Dean Wormer!

Distributorcap: Ha! Everyone knows that the real Jesus is a socialist, and he wasn't in the story! Thanks!

Kevin: Thanks, Tengrain! (I am still missing my kitty, BTW.)

Jess Wundrun: If I have set the stakes high in any way, Jess, You have certainly set them higher! I shall indeed repost it every year, mostly because I'm too lazy to come up with new material!

Swinebread: Happy Easter to you, Swinebread!

Spirula: I think that if the real Jesus had been in the story, it would have been a let down. How could I create a character that would live up to the expectations that the Easter Bunny had set? I think that it was enought that the story showed that Jesus was definately not one of the many charactures that popular culture has created of him.

 

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