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Submitted by Mohammed Jones on November 2, 2012 - 12:41
The sixth collection of Jesus & Mo comics, Folie à Dieu, has a foreword written by Richard Dawkins.
The book contains 170 strips, and is available for purchase at J&M's Lulu store.
Dawkins' Forward can be read at his website.
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on November 24, 2010 - 09:52
Who would have thought such a poorly drawn religious satire would have made it so far?
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on December 14, 2009 - 08:19
The UK Daily Telegraph has published a tongue-in-cheek article entitled
Jesus and Mo made number 13:
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on December 18, 2008 - 12:55
Twenty Jesus and Mo strips have been translated into Danish and published in an anthology of modern essays on religion. The book, edited by Malene Busk and Ida Crone, is available from the publisher Tiderne Skifter.
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on February 28, 2008 - 12:50
I spent a couple of idle hours manually checking the number of links (according to Google) for every comic in T Campbell's "Unreliable Webcomics Survey", and ranking them in order.
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on November 6, 2007 - 11:44
Much to the surprise of its author, Jesus and Mo has reached its 200th web strip:
(Warning: do not visit if you are offended by disrespectful and/or ill-drawn representations of holy men)Â
That's almost 2 years of fatwa-free irreligious cartooning - and the boys still haven't changed their facial expressions!Â
What better way to celebrate than to flash a bit of arse-crack?Â
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on March 22, 2007 - 08:54
It is perhaps a sign of how far we have come since the infamous Danish Mohammed cartoon crisis that the Danish daily newspaper Information has today published three strips from Jesus and Mo in its print edition: danny, good, and badge (though only "good" appears on the website).
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on January 8, 2007 - 11:22
An episode Jesus and Mo has been translated into Dutch and will appear in the February issue of De Vrijdenker, the Netherlands-based freethinkers' magazine which is published ten times per year. The strip appears free of charge under a Creative Commons licence.
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on November 17, 2006 - 10:00
The article is illustrated with the first panel of the abovementioned strip ("good"), minus the character of Mo, who is cropped out for safety reasons. It describes Jesus and Mo as a "popular and controversial comic strip", and carries a long quote by the author.
Submitted by Mohammed Jones on November 6, 2006 - 12:09
I haven't seen anything here about the wonderful webcomic Hall of Best Knowledge, hosted on Flickr, so I thought I'd let you in on the secret.
The author is a designer/artist by the name of Ray Fenwick. The strip, alas now ended after 69 marvelous episodes, appeared in The Coast Weekly - and will, I hope, be made into a book.