Wednesday, July 29, 2009

What atheists wish would happen at the Creation Museum

What atheists wish would happen at the Creation Museum (I partially blame Mark for this insanity).

Click the images for a bigger image (it's so big I couldn't fit it as one comic).What did I learn from making this? ...It is impossible to draw Ken Ham NOT evil looking. I mean, seriously. Compare this comic to a photograph and you'll know what I mean.

And I know Cthulhu fhtagn is two words. My handwriting just sucks. Sigh.

EDIT: Shirts of this comic available in the store!

63 comments:

  1. Page 4/5 makes me so happy. <3

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  2. Ooh! Cuttlefish!

    Page 1 is awesome.

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  3. Ahahahahaha!
    Ken Ham makes Santa Claus cry.

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  4. lol. Nice! You should make this a career. Atheist comic books are the best educational materials to spread atheism.

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  5. Cthulhu f'taghn, what a wonderful phrase
    Cthulhu f'taghn, ain't no passing craze
    It means you're eaten, at the end of all days!
    It's a maddening
    End of everything
    Cthulhu f'taghn!

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  6. Goddammit, this is hilarious! I wish I could draw.

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  7. Heh. You should post a link at PZ's blog, if you haven't already.

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  8. I think every person going to the museum should greet PZ with "Cthulhu Ftaghn" and the chin tentacle hand gesture.

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  9. that is the single funniest thing I have seen for quite a while :)

    bravo! chthulhu f'taaghn!

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  10. Now that I'd pay to see. Dinosaur vs Squid, sounds like the stuff of bad Japanese cinema.

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  11. Well done, your going to get a lot of traffic today.

    You've got skills!

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  12. Was that all from a sneeze?

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  13. Nicely done!

    It is interesting to note that on the Hamster's site, the picture of him at "Meet the founder" has been recently replaced with a smiling Ken Ham, probably shooped.

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  14. So... Atheists wish that they'd initiate a violent conflict at the Creation Museum? That really says a lot.

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  15. Please please please make Page 4 a t-shirt. And soon. I'd like to wear it to the trip next week. :-D

    Noah

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  16. Oh my...

    That is amazingly funny. Damn! Now I REALLY wish I could go on the trip... if only to be part of PZ Meyer's transforming squiddy hordes.

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  17. Goodness, Jinx. If a silly little comic strip daydream like this "says a lot" about atheists, I can only imagine what the behavior of people like Scott Roeder and Jim Adkisson says about Christians like you. Except that you skipped over Matthew 7:3, I mean.

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  18. lol!!

    Hey, Jinx, maybe you missed it but the evil atheists are not the ones who "initiated" the violent conflict...

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  19. Bravo! Jolly good job! I especially liked the "Your ignorance is offensive,". Kinda cuts both ways.

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  20. Brilliant. Simply brilliant.

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  21. This post rocks hard. I cackled much harder than I have in quite a while. Consider yourself subscribed to. Subscribed to yourself considered. Yourself subscribed to consider yourself. ... I'm subscribing to this blog.

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  22. That's freaking awesome! Total WIN!

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  23. Well done, this is grand. And Ham...he could really be an evil bad guy in any story, couldn't he?

    I lol'd.

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  24. Well done! I, too, wish I could draw.

    Draw well, anyway.

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  25. I was reading this on my laptop in the library and hysterically began to laugh out loud.

    Awesome job.

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  26. This is great. Although you were to kind to Ham; he has a rather prominet beer gut.

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  27. That is so good. I also want page 4 on a t-shirt - if you can set that up you'll probably make some bucks for the SSA.

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  28. I agree, page 4 shirt would be great.

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  29. I love it!Cartoon PZ is so cute.

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  30. I don't know you but I love you.

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  31. I submitted this to Fark. I doubt it'll greenlight, but stranger things have happened. I'm still lol'ing.

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  32. Wow! Lots of commenters today :) Awesome comic though Jen :) Although I've never seen therefore spelt "therefor", but according to websters it's legit...

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  33. I saw an adorable toddler with an octopus on her "onsie" the other day "at an outdoor festival" and asked to take a picture. Her Mom said "no, please don't." So I didn't.

    Good cartoon. Wish I could be there but I just love the Roaring Fork Valley sooooooo much and it's so pretty right now.

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  34. I found this through PZ's blog-- it brought a smile to my face. Especially the captions in the first panel, and the creationists riding dinosaurs. Your artwork is adorable, too.

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  35. How many people will be in your group? I wish I could see it in person!

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  36. OMG, that was great! i love you, are you married?

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  37. AHAHAHAHA!

    Absolute and utter brilliance!

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  38. I want so badly to be a squid minion!

    Not forever, but.

    Hilarious comic!

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  39. Lovely. I wish I could be there, but it's a bit of a commute from Vienna...

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  40. t-shirts?

    dino / squid riding frame on front and the ham / myers glance on back?

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  41. Great depiction of the Hamster, Jenn!

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  42. Ken Ham looking especially diabolical.

    http://carriedthecross.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/hamstraightprofile.jpg

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  43. Bwahaha! This is brilliant. I'll be featuring you on this week's Sunday School at Angie the Anti-Theist

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  45. This blog post has been featured on Angie the Anti-Theist Sunday School.

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  46. Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'yleh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

    I laughed so hard at this, being a long time Lovecraft nerd. I even do the hand gesture regularly (albeit with two hands most of the time, accompanied by a deep "blublublub" sound)

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  47. SHIRTS AVAILABLE HERE!

    http://www.zazzle.com/blaghag*

    Omg caps lock!

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  48. David MarjanovićAugust 6, 2009 at 8:12 AM

    What zilch said.

    Also, Ham looks like a Barks villain. Really remarkable.

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  49. Awesome comic! Everyone knows that the cephalopod will win, just like it did against the shark.
    @Jinx, so defending yourself with ink against razor-sharp dinosaur teeth is initiating something violent?

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  50. I think Ctulhufhtagn works rather well as a single word, particularly with the tentacle gesture in front of PZ's face. Seems almost like one of those fake sneezes where one makes a false attempt to hide a spoken epithet.

    [cough] ctulhufhtagn! [sniffle]

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  51. Atheist wish(ed) they would behave? Yeah, that fits, since they didn't (and don't).

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