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Updated and repackaged with a great new cover, The Comic Book Bible is filled with clever, comic-style illustrations that bring Bible stories to life. Kids ages 8 to 12 won't be able to stop reading this Bible that will plant seeds of interest in reading and studying God's Word. A picture-perfect beginning to a never-ending faith journey! Updated and repackaged with a great new cover, The Comic Book Bible is filled with clever, comic-style illustrations that bring Bible stories to life. Kids ages 8 to 12 won't be able to stop reading this Bible that will plant seeds of interest in reading and studying God's Word. A picture-perfect beginning to a never-ending faith journey!


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Updated and repackaged with a great new cover, The Comic Book Bible is filled with clever, comic-style illustrations that bring Bible stories to life. Kids ages 8 to 12 won't be able to stop reading this Bible that will plant seeds of interest in reading and studying God's Word. A picture-perfect beginning to a never-ending faith journey! Updated and repackaged with a great new cover, The Comic Book Bible is filled with clever, comic-style illustrations that bring Bible stories to life. Kids ages 8 to 12 won't be able to stop reading this Bible that will plant seeds of interest in reading and studying God's Word. A picture-perfect beginning to a never-ending faith journey!

30 review for The Comic Book Bible

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    The Bible is a tricky book to adapt to visual format. Not only are the descriptive details often sparse, but some stories--Eglon, Judah and Tamar, Dinah, etc.--would be rather obscene if shown graphically. A lot of the Scriptures, such as almost everything after Acts and right many books in the middle of the Old Testament, aren't even really stories. Still, when done correctly, visual versions of God's Word can be a great teaching tool. This, however, isn't. Ugly artwork, confusingly abbreviated The Bible is a tricky book to adapt to visual format. Not only are the descriptive details often sparse, but some stories--Eglon, Judah and Tamar, Dinah, etc.--would be rather obscene if shown graphically. A lot of the Scriptures, such as almost everything after Acts and right many books in the middle of the Old Testament, aren't even really stories. Still, when done correctly, visual versions of God's Word can be a great teaching tool. This, however, isn't. Ugly artwork, confusingly abbreviated stories, and usage of King James verses are likely to confuse those unfamiliar with the Bible, regardless of age. If you want to see the same concept done much more impressively, check out The Action Bible.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rick

    A fun read

  3. 5 out of 5

    Damon

    This is the entire Holy Bible in graphic format, and not a compendium of comic books with a clever title like someone's grandma mistakenly thought when she bought it for her grandson because he said he liked Captain America. I mean, it's not a big deal, I still liked the book. I just wish I had given the cover more than a passing glance before I set myself aside, alone and vulnerable, for an isolated weekend of leisure reading. If the next thing you're wondering is why I had planned to spend a w This is the entire Holy Bible in graphic format, and not a compendium of comic books with a clever title like someone's grandma mistakenly thought when she bought it for her grandson because he said he liked Captain America. I mean, it's not a big deal, I still liked the book. I just wish I had given the cover more than a passing glance before I set myself aside, alone and vulnerable, for an isolated weekend of leisure reading. If the next thing you're wondering is why I had planned to spend a whole weekend poking through a catalog of graphic novels to begin with, the reality that I have so much free time should imply an answer.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bookish

    Breaks down the essentials of the text in a fun and concise way. While reading through the bible this is a great way to supplement what you read, especially in the Old Testament.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Isabel

  6. 5 out of 5

    LC & EDLC

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    Micah

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    Jolene

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    Patricia

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    Joshua

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    Carol Greene

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    Jasmine

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    Jacob

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    Gian Dalmau

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    Brandi Huffer

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    Jacki Wiegel

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    Audrey Larson

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    Gail Bailey

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    Brett K.

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    Crushi

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    RJ

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    Clancy Williams

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    Mihai Chira

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    Michael Martin

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    Felmar Roel

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    Jen

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    William Straight

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    Stephanie

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    Kajsa

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

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