DC Comics to use Jesus Christ as a Superhero – Spring of 2019 a new comic strip called Second Coming is coming out done by DC Comics.
DC Comics to use Jesus Christ as a Superhero
Sadly DC Comics is putting out a new comic strip featuring Jesus Christ as a superhero. I am sure you have seen many of the images floating around on social media about it. This has made a huge uproar in the Christian Community.
This new series will debut in March 2019. This new comic is written by Mark Russell and illustrated by Richard Pace. According to Comic Book Resources, Russell mixed in his own idea of Christianity in the animated work by claiming that Jesus needed to return to earth to learn how to become the “true messiah” from a Superman-like character called Sun-man.
“Witness the return of Jesus Christ, as He is sent on a most holy mission by God to learn what it takes to be the true messiah of mankind by becoming roommates with the world’s favorite savior: the all-powerful superhero Sun-Man, the Last Son of Krispex! But when Christ returns to earth, he’s shocked to discover what has become of his gospel — and now, he aims to set the record straight,” the comic description reads.
This new comic strip will be false representing Jesus Christ and the Second Coming. In now way will Jesus Christ come back in the manor as this comic.
Pat Robertson, of The Christian Broadcasting Network, said there is a “big problem” with the new narrative.
… Second Coming is closer to blasphemous than biblical. Instead of a biblical account of Christ’s return, it depicts Jesus as a failure who disappointed God by getting crucified when he first walked the earth. He is sent back to learn how to be a real Messiah by learning from the superhero “Sun-Man…”
Jesus is not omniscient in this series but is totally clueless about what has happened on earth since he left.
I have no desire to read or even endorce this garbage. I say stay as far away from this as you can. This in now ay is a Christian Comic! It actually is making fun of Jesus Christ, in my opinion.