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Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What graphics program are you using to make this comic?

A: Corel Draw X3 for all of the vector design and Corel Photo-Paint X3 for all of the pixel work.


Q: Don't you think it's disrespectful to make fun of other people's religions?

A: Respect is something that is earned, not given away freely. Would you respect a religion that wanted to kill you and your family? Of course not. As a firm believer in freedom of speech, I think that all things should be subject to ridicule including anything that someone might believe--especially my own beliefs.


Q: What font is that?

A: The Narrator's font is Ballade-Bold. I've modified the A, F, H, I, S, Y, x, y, and z to make it more legible to people unfamiliar with German black letters. Quazar's font is called Lizard Regular; I've modified the Z, em dash, 7, and added an , , , , , and an ellipsis.


Q: Aren't you afraid that God is going to smite you and send you to Hell?

A: I don't believe in God, and as such, cannot be afraid of him. I am, however, afraid of what people do in the name of God, which is one of the issues addressed with this comic.


Q: How do you make your word bubbles?

A: I start by writing out my text and then using the ellipse tool to draw a circle around it. Next, I use the polygon tool to create a small triangle which I rotate to match the direction I want it to point. Lastly, I move it so that it over-laps the circle and use the shaping function "weld" to combine the two objects together.


Q: Why would you make an evil comic like this?

A: Because I find much of what the bible says to be ridiculous and comical. Therefore, I am ridiculing it with a comic.


Q: Why do you only update in single panels? Why not a full comic every day?

A: Because I have a life. While I have to give mad props (I'm from the ghetto) to the artists who can conceive, draw, color, and publish a full humorous comic strip every day, it must also be stated that cartooning is their full-time job. I have a full-time job that doesn't involve making comics, as well as myriad other hobbies, so one panel a day is about all I can muster.


Q: Your quotes from the bible don't match up with mine! What version are you using?

A: I'm using the good-old King James Version. Authorized in 1611, revised in 1769, and approved by most Christian denominations. However, for brevity's sake, I'm skipping the massive amounts of dead-weight and paraphrasing the more convoluted verses. I mean, do you really want to read 500 panels of "begats"? In the blog entry for each comic I include a reference to the bible verse so you can read along.


Q: Oops! I accidentally rated a comic with the wrong number. How do I fix it?

A: Just rate the comic again and it'll change your old rating to the new one.


Q: Hey! You banned me! You're obviously an intolerant hate-monger.

A: You may have been banned by mistake. I'm surprisingly lenient with the amount of awful hate speech and venomous criticism I'll allow in the comments. I usually only ban hackers and bots that are posting ads for Mexican Viagra. It's possible that you're just using the same IP address of someone who was banned before you. If so, email me and I'll remove the ban. Although, you may ask yourself, "Did I recently make a comment about how I'm going to murder the author of this comic?" If the answer is yes, then I you were -not- banned by mistake.


Oh the irony!