Enero 11, 2004

In comic we trust

Me pasa la dirección a la web de Michael Netzer y digo... "Es imposible". Luego de leerlo, me dice David que no, que él le conoce y el tipo va en serio. Aquí os dejo la intro de su web. Echadle un ojo, infieles...

The notion that humanity is nearing an end to its long held social, political and economic hierarchies is no longer a fear-instilled speculation in this troubled and stormy age. It is now becoming increasingly clear that the cries of war have deafened our calls for peace - and that the suffering has taken its toll on the souls of this once noble civilization.

How do we begin the long journey back to the remembrance that we've all come from one source? How do we begin our journey back to peace through unity?

Within the myriad of communications and education systems, divided and scattered upon the face of world cultures, one small beleaguered industry remains faithful to the message of hope and salvation. An industry and an art form that have fermented the greatest creative minds and the strongest and brightest hope
for saving a dying world.

Comic book writers, artists, editors and publishers will soon emerge as the real superheroes on the sociopolitical stage of world events.

To this end, we the comic book creators - and you, the precious citizens of the world - must join hands together on this journey in order to teach and thus remember what it takes to nourish the budding rose of hope from beneath the mudslides of futility
which humanity has sunken into.

this is Michael Netzer's THE NEW COMIC BOOK OF LIFE, striding toward a glorious reunion of our civilization's peoples and faiths under the One Creator of the heavens and the earth. Commencing with the unification of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam along with all other spiritual and moral belief systems, and culminating in the sojourn of mankind into the outer reaches of space - the planting of the seed of humanity into the new garden, awaiting us on the not so distant Titan, the curiously Earthlike satellite of the ringed planet Saturn.

THE OFFERING brings a few comic book stories and manuscripts bearing our declaratory platform. WHO, WHAT, HOW, WHY, WHERE and WHEN shed a greater light on our path. THE CITY SQUARE takes us to our public forum, provided through the auspices of Yahoo!, where we'll chart the course of our sojourn through public debate, interactivity and the exchanging of lively ideas.
Join us for the ride of the ages and saddle up with a good creative spirit, one and all.

Posted by germanmj at Enero 11, 2004 11:10 PM

Ese tío está peor que yo...

Posted by: Somófrates on Enero 12, 2004 10:18 AM

I don´t speak english sorry, I am madrileñish (alguien puede traducir?)

Posted by: k-c on Enero 12, 2004 03:57 PM

euh... ¿y qué dice que vende?

Es que he entendido algo de unificar religiones y de convertir Titan en una nueva Tierra (este tio se ha visto muchas veces la pelicula)

Posted by: Urui on Enero 12, 2004 05:58 PM

Es un tipo que hacía comics. Y un día le dió por decirse Mesías y postular que salvará el mundo a través de los cómics. Y lo peor es que va en serio.

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