God versus Hitler
Created on: April 21st, 2005
God versus Hitler
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April 21st, 2005
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Great job!
April 24th, 2005
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5/5 for Savage Dragon insert poster
May 19th, 2005
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lol 4/5 because of unoriginal music
June 7th, 2005
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DON'T f*ck WITH GOD.
June 7th, 2005
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Did this really exist?
June 12th, 2005
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I was going to ask that Wreck, but you asked for me, thanx. If this comic were real, it'll be awesome. Go God GO!!!!! I want God to win!!!!! In fact, I don't have to wish or hope, because He is absolutley the WINNER OF ALL CHAMPIONS AND EVERY MASTE
June 12th, 2005
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(continued from last post) MASTER!!!!!!!!! Hitler is teh loser!!!
June 14th, 2005
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sweet
July 1st, 2005
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GOD NEEDS TO DIE
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Hitler was Christian. Hitler hated jews. Why would Hitler be nailing Jesus to the cross?
July 9th, 2005
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And why would God be suddenly appearing crashing through a window ready to kick some Nazi ass?
January 7th, 2009
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and to think he could have ended the holocost this easily.
January 8th, 2009
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oh what, do i not have a point? or did the holocaust acomplish something other than mass murder? another part of gods awesome plan?
July 28th, 2005
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loved it
July 30th, 2005
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hitler would win
August 14th, 2005
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Hitler wasn't Christian. -_-
June 28th, 2007
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Nuking Hiroshima and Nagasaki was Christian though.
January 8th, 2009
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No, not at all. Napalm bombing was much more humane then using nukes. Right?
January 8th, 2009
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yeah neither was theodosius, columbus, bloody mary, or Cortes.
January 8th, 2009
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is that like how saddam husein, and osama bin laden arent real muslims?
February 23rd, 2009
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Napalm adheres to your skin and almost nothing will put out the fire until the substance has been used up. You die a slow agonizingly painful death. you instantly die in a nuclear blast. Now the fallout...that's a different story.
October 15th, 2005
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If I owned this comic, it would be sweet! God = Automatic 5 star WINNER! Hitler was a satanist, btw.
December 22nd, 2005
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LOL
December 31st, 2005
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Probably the best one you made.
January 26th, 2006
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NOOO WTF YO Go Nazis!
January 21st, 2007
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6
January 29th, 2007
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Hitler was born and raised catholic but turned away from christianity when he became a nazi.
April 6th, 2007
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retards. Hitler was anti-Jew, but he was also very much secular, in that, he opposed religion altogether.
April 6th, 2007
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ACTUALLY HITLER WAS BUDDIST. IM RIGHT CAUSE I SAID SO, LAWL.
June 8th, 2007
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HITLER WAS A SCIENTOLOGIST!
June 28th, 2007
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Well the swastika is the symbol of the dharma, which ultimately is peace and love. Nazi's use their swastika backwards though but it's the same symbol. Hitler was definately not a Buddhist though.
April 24th, 2007
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5'd for a crazy old comic.
August 15th, 2012
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should change your vote then since it's a joke insert from an issue of Savage Dragon. About 15 years old.
April 24th, 2007
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I love the irony.
April 24th, 2007
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Wait a second...I thought Christians aren't supposed to make images of God or some sh*t like that? Maybe i'm wrong, still funny as hell though.
May 4th, 2007
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ROFL
May 9th, 2007
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"Even today, when I refer to Hitler's Catholicism in conversation or a speech, it immediately becomes apparent that I have said something "not quite nice," and I am often challenged. Nontheists, I then explain, know that many modern tyrants, whether petty tyrants such as Richard Nixon, or more successful tyrants such as Hitler, have regarded themselves as exemplary Christians, an estimate their followers had no trouble accepting. Hitler's religiosity -- he was a Catholic until his death -- is often glossed"
May 9th, 2007
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http://www.ffrf.org/fttoday/back/hitler.html
May 10th, 2007
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pahahah
May 18th, 2007
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I'M SAVED!
May 30th, 2007
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I'm saved!
June 5th, 2007
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hilarious!
June 7th, 2007
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lol? who in the world made this comic lol :P
June 8th, 2007
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those stupid rednecks!
June 20th, 2007
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LOL "HITLER CRUCIFIED MY SON!"
June 28th, 2007
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God doesn't exist, Hitler did, therefore Hitler wins. And why the hell is G-D always portrayed as an old white bearded man, talk about racism, humans f*cking originated in Africa. Damned Christianity
May 20th, 2010
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[i]Penis.[/i]
September 1st, 2010
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"We went upstairs together, the colonel first with the lamp, the fat manager and I behind him. It was a labyrinth of an old house, with corridors, passages, narrow winding staircases, and little low doors, the thresholds of which were hollowed out by the generations who had crossed them. There were no carpets and no signs of any furniture above the ground floor, while the plaster was peeling off the walls, and the damp was breaking through in green, unhealthy blotches. I tried to put on as unconcerned an air as possible, but I had not forgotten the warnings of the lady, even though I disregarded them, and I kept a keen eye upon my two companions. Ferguson appeared to be a morose and silent man, but I could see from the little that he said that he was at least a fellow-countryman.
"Colonel Lysander Stark stopped at last before a low door, which he unlocked. Within was a small square room, in which the three of us could hardly get at one time. Ferguson remained outside, and the colonel ushered me in.
"We are now', said he, 'actually within the hydraulic press, and it would be a particularly unpleasant thing for us if anyone were to turn it on. The ceiling of this small chamber is really the end of the descending piston, and it comes down with the force of many tons upon this metal floor. There are small lateral columns of water outside which receive the force, and which transmit and multiply it in the manner which is familiar to you. The machine goes readily enough, but there is some stiffness in the working of it in the working of it, and it has lost a littler of its force. perhaps you will have the goodness to look it over and to show us how we can set it right.'
"I took the lamp from him, and I examined the machine very thoroughly. It was indeed a gigantic one, and capable of exercising enormous pressure. When I passed outside, however,
September 1st, 2010
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and pressed down the levers which controlled it, I knew at once by the whishing sound that there was a slight leakage, which allowed a regurgitation of water through one of the side cylinders. An examination showed that one of the india-rubber bands which was round the head of a driving-rod had shrunk so as not quite to fill the socket along which it worked. This was clearly the cause of the loss of power, and I pointed it out to my companions, who followed my remarks very carefully and several practical questions as to how they should proceed to set it right. When I had made it clear to them, I returned to the main chamber of the machine and took a good look at it to satisfy my own curiosity. It was obvious at a glance that the story of the fuller's-earth wa she merest fabrication, for it would be absurd to suppose that so powerful an engine could be designed for so inadequate a purpose. The walls were of wood, but the floor consisted of a large iron trough, and when I came to examine it I could see a crust of metallic deposit all over it. I had stopped and was scrapping at this to see exactly what it was when I heard a muttered exclamation in German and saw the cadaverous face of the colonel looking down at me.
"'What are you doing there?' he asked.
" I felt angry at having been tricked by so elaborate a story as that which he had told me. 'I was admiring your fuller's-earth,' said I; 'I think that I should be better able to advise you as to your machine if I knew what the exact purpose was for which it was used.'
"The instant that I uttered the words I regretted the rashness of my speech. His face set hard, and a baleful light sprang up in his gray eyes.
"'Very well,' said he, 'you shall know all about the machine.' He took a step backward, slammed the little door, and turned the key in the lock. I rushed towards it and pulled at the handle
September 1st, 2010
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, but it was quite secure, and did not give in the least to my kicks and shoves. 'Hello!' I yelled. 'Hello! Colonel! Let me out!'
"And then suddenly in the silence I heard a sound which sent my heart into my mouth. It was the clank of the levers and the swish of the leaking cylinder. He had set the engine at work. The lamp still stood upon the floor where I had placed it when examining the trough. By its light I saw that the black ceiling was coming down upon me, slowly, jerkily, but, as none knew better than myself, with a force which must within a minute grind me into a shapeless pulp. I threw myself, screaming against the door, and dragged with my nails at the lock. I implored the colonel to let me out, but the remorseless clanking of the levers drowned my cries. The ceiling was only a foot or two above my head, and with my hand upraised I could feel its hard, rough surface. Then it flashed through my mind that the pain of my death would very much depend on the position in which I met it. If I lay on my face the weight would come upon my spine, and I shuddered to think of that dreadful snap. Easier the other way, perhaps; and yet, had I the nerve to lie and look up at that deadly black shadow wavering upon me? Already I was unable to stand erect, when my eye caught something which brought a gush of hope back to my heart.
"I have said that though the floor and ceiling were of iron, the walls were of wood. As I gave a last hurried glance around, I saw a thin line of yellow light between two of the boards, which broadened and broadened as a small panel was pushed backward. For an instant I could hardly believe that here was indeed a door which led away from death. The next instant I threw myself through, and lay half-fainting upon the other side. The panel had closed again behind me, but the crash of the lamp, and a few moments afterwards the clang of the two slabs o
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November 14th, 2010
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Looking back, you have to wonder why God's already fighting Hitler in issue #2. Did issue #1 cover EVERYTHING that happened before that? Because chances are they left out quite a bit.