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Nostalgia - Comics And Books

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As a kid, I remember my favourite comic book being 'He Lived Among Us' by Pierre Thivollier and Noel Glosner. My parents were ultra religious and we didn't have anything to read apart from religious books in our house. Just stumbled upon this comic the other day. What's your favourite crucifixion-related comic book?
 

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I can't remember the name of the comics, but I remember one with a gorgeous brunette, kinda Druuna-like, who is crucified, face to the wood (and so, her ass exposed).

To make her suffer and die, a roman breaks her back with a rod.

And later, someone saves the girl and heals her (Damn, that wasn't realistic!)

Sorry, but I can't remember the name! It was probably something written 15 years ago.
 
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What's your favourite crucifixion-related comic book?
My parents were not religious but they were not attracted by this kind of nude exposition ...
I had only the possibility to come into the village'church to see the Via-Cruxis (which attracted me !) and a statue of St Sebastian, quasy naked and suffering by arrows !:rolleyes:
...looking like this one ....

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The visible presence of the Christian belief will extinct, churches demolished, names from streets and villages changed.
Is was an omniintrusiveness of a belief that has become moldy bread and colorless wine.
Books when you are interested only in the dusty archive of libraries.
If you want, no duty, belief what you will.


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" omniintrusiveness" : Big Brother ??? :D
Of course, in the last roman-catholic 18th-century in France the church was full of power, rather 75 years the freethinkers tried to manifest themselves and won in 1789. The Restoration in the 19th gave the church some power back but the church was not more the same. France stayed as state neutral till nowadays. How much I do not want to say that for another belief.