The Lion Comic Book Hero Bible is a brand new comic book style Bible intended to appeal to children and young teens. The comic Bible begins at the very beginning of creation and ends with Jesus triumph return we are still waiting for. The Bible contains very colorful illustrations and you can tell it took a great deal for time for the artists to craft every single design. I loved how the comic Bible looked like I was reading the latest episode in the X-Men comic book series. The cover was very well designed in order to lure children into wanting to learn about the Biblical characters. One of my favorite scenes was when Joshua and Caleb had no doubt that God could protect and help them defeat the massive giants. These giants was portrayed tough and they looked like evil villains you wouldn’t want to come across. I would recommend this amazing comic book to children and young teenagers. This comic Bible would make a great introduction to children who are eagerly wanting to learn more about our loving Creator and the lessons found in scripture. I enjoyed reading this dynamic new comic Bible and I highly recommend it, if you’re a fan of comics!
About the Book:
A stunning new comic book version of the Bible now given the superhero treatment by the team behind The Lion Graphic Bible and The Manga Bible
The story of the Bible is a unique tale of origins and cosmic powers; of the ageless battle between good and evil; of human potential and human treachery; and of a Messiah--a savior for the world. This is indeed the stuff that graphic novels are made of. Superheroes are the biggest comic genre of all, with many heroes having their origins in biblical characterization and imagery. This is the first Bible retelling to engage with and challenge the superhero genre.
The Lion Comic Book Hero Bible is a dynamic expression of the Bible's depth and power, produced in the style of Marvel Comics. You've heard of Spiderman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Now meet Earthman, Lawman, Warrior Man, and many others. With dynamic illustration using a range of styles, Siku (Old Testament) and Jeff Anderson (New Testament) bring the Bible stories alive for a new and graphically sophisticated generation.
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