Therefore, Repent!

By Jim Munroe; Salgood Sam (Illustrator)
(IDW Publishing, Paperback, 9781600101465, 160pp.)

Publication Date: January 2008

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Description
What if the religious right... are right? Once the Christians have floated bodily into the sky, life goes on pretty much as usual for the immoral majority... . except that magic works, if you're willing to risk demonic mutations. CNN reports that Mr. Christ and Mr. Bush are on a speaking tour of the red states. And an angelic army appears to have been deployed to mop up the sinners. But through it all, outsiders Raven and Mummy face the possibility of a bigger problem than the end of the world: the end of their relationship.



About the Author
Jim Munroe is a "pop culture provocateur" according to the Austin Chronicle, and an "independent press icon" to Time Out Chicago. After leaving HarperCollins for political reasons, he founded No Media Kings and published five books, the most recent one a post- Rapture graphic novel called Therefore Repent! He also started The Perpetual Motion Roadshow, an indie touring circuit that sent 100 artists on the road between 2003 and 2007, and currently he is running the Artsy Games Incubator, a writer's-circle style group helping creators without programming skills make video games. He lives in Toronto with a crafty ladyscientist and their bafflingly attractive baby.

Max Douglas (born 1970). Since approximately 1996, he's worked under the pen name of Salgood Sam which is derived from a reverse spelling of his name. His recent work includes the graphic novels "Dream Life - a late coming of age," "Therefore, Repent!" with Jim Monroe, and "Wonder Woman versus The Red Menace!" A holiday special of Ghostbusters, "Tainted Love" with Dara Naraghi, A story with Mark Sable in the Eisner winning "Comic Book Tattoo," another of his own in "Popgun 4," and work in both "Awesome 2: Awesomer," and "Sea of Red." To name a few. He lives and works in Montreal, with three cats and his partner and teaches art part time.


NPR
Monday, Oct 17, 2011

The wait has been long and the predictions many, but according to Christian broadcaster Harold Camping, the enlightened will finally be called home on Oct 21. Author Rhoda Janzen offers three redeeming suggestions to help you prepare for the upcoming apocalypse. More at NPR.org

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