RIP Jack Chick, Creator Of The Religious Mini Comics That Gave Us All A Good Laugh

The creator of those mini comics with the ridiculously zealous religious message Jack Chick has passed away, leaving a vacuum in the illustrated fearmongering market.

Chick Books were a real panic because they tried to cause panic over Halloween, Dungeons & Dragons, Freemasonry, homosexuality and global warming.

Jack's mini comics explained what actually happened at the Salem Witch Trials, warned against every other religion besides Evangelical Fundamentalism, and ironically even called comic books a gateway to devil worship because superheroes are "false idols".

The messages in Jack's Chick Tracts were so over-the-top many people thought they were a joke, but Jack was passionate about sharing his hateful paranoia and zealous religious messages via mini comics.

So The Nib felt it was only proper to send Jack off to the afterlife with a mini comic of his own, revealing Jack's fate after so many decades of spreading hate.

See the entire Jack Chick Goes to Heaven comic here (NSFW language)

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