In celebration of this year’s Free Comic Book Day (May 2nd), I wanted to do an apologetics-related mini comic and offer it free online.
Here it is!
Part of a youth group? Think your youth pastor could use it? Want to give a little gift to your Sunday school class? Download it, print as many copies as you want or need and at any size (A4 and smaller would be ideal), and remember NEVER to sell it (should there be any weirdo out there who wanted to).
Let’s get more young people into apologetics!
Now this is what conviction sounds like.
First NAA comic in vertical format!
…and it’s going to be ugly.
Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band (John “Drumbo” French on drums), live in Detroit, 1971 (photo © 1971 Robert Matheu)
In the US in the late ’60s, there was a tremendous tide of psychedelic music that initiated a further assault on Judeo-Christian values. Empowered by drugs and under the dual guise of freedom and exploration, bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones began to write songs and feature album art which contained both overt and covert references to illegal substances and occult texts and practices. (You can see such an example of the latter for yourself by picking up a Zeppelin III record and looking at the core matrix on the vinyl. Find out what’s written there.)
It was also around that time, fostered by an atmosphere wherein all manner of experimentation was the norm, that concept albums also appeared. One such album — a double album no less — was “Trout Mask Replica” by Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, hailed even today as an avant-garde musical masterpiece unlike anything before or after it. (So much so that it was inducted into the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress in 2010.) With its legendary and enigmatic frontman, Don Van Vliet (known as “Captain Beefheart” in the music world), and young, oddly named and oddly dressed band members, famed producer, composer, musical genius Frank Zappa set out to provide the environment where the Captain’s creativity could flow unhindered (though not without invaluable assistance).
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NoApologiesAllowed recently teamed up with the great guys over at Graphically Christian! They’ve got a fine assortment of Web comics, reviews, news, and more.
Check ’em out here:
I also wanted to publicly thank them for both this wonderful opportunity and for letting me redesign their logo. Thanks guys!
Download the first NAA web comic for free here (all the cool apologists are doing it):