By This Shall You Know Him
|Rating||:||4.38 (560 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||80 Pages|
"And You Thought Your God Was A Jerk" according to EisNinE. I'm going to say some mean things. I'm going to speak as if God is a myth, religion has outlived its purpose, etc., etc. If you believe differently, I have no desire to hurt your feelings or insult your beliefs, especially if you respond to religious disa. Thomas Morrison said Trippy, Esher-esque awesomeness!. "By This Shall You Know Him" by Jesse Jacobs is a beautiful work that was somewhat surreal. I really enjoyed it though I wish it was longer. Jesse Jacobs is an artist first so the pictures are fantastic though on the abstract, trippy side. I love his styl. "The work of a mad genius" according to Debbie Fong. I never knew that a bunch of squiggly lines could make me feel so much. Read Safari Honeymoon too if you haven't.
Witness the limitless ambitions of celestial beings as they fiddle and fuss with all sorts of molecular arrangements, creating infinitely detailed patterns and strange new worlds brimming with bizarre life forms. By This Shall You Know Him depicts all manner of beasts running, crawling, and slithering towards death's cold embrace.
It can be troubling instead. He wasn't in a position to supplant established religions with his own mythology--it might have caused controversy, And controversy might keep the Red Ryder BB gun manufacturer from buying ads in Thor or The Fantastic Four. Jacobs is free to explore religious ideas more directly than Kirby. Complete with competing Cosmic Entities (each with its own aesthetic preferences) and The Advisor." - Tom Kaczynski, Cartoonist, and Publisher of Uncivilized Books"A gr