Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
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Now *that* is how to sell a religion

I see in the latest Previews (the monthly comic-book catalog) that Mike Allred, creator of such delights as Madman and The Atomics, is coming out with a new book called The Golden Plates. It's an adaptation of The Book of Mormon.

I confess some modest curiosity in general: I'm fond of having at least a high-level grasp of as many religions as possible, and I've really never looked into what makes Mormonism tick. But I must admit that what really sells me on the book is Allred's slogan for it: "Think It's a Wonderful Life meets Conan the Barbarian!" Okay, this should be entertaining...
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