The Manga Bible: From Genesis to Revelation

The Manga Bible: From Genesis to Revelation

by Siku


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From the creation of the earth to the ultimate showdown between the forces of good and evil, this is the greatest story every told…as you’ve never seen it before.
A graphic novel adaptation of the Holy Bible, The Manga Bible tells the story of God’s relationship with His people, from the creation of the earth and the early history of the Israelites, to the life of Jesus, His death, and the adventures of the first ever church.
Containing portions of both Old and New Testaments, key scenes commentary, and a sketches gallery, this is the first ever English manga edition of the most important book of all time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780385524315
Publisher: The Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/15/2008
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 509,565
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.65(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

SIKU is one of Britain's leading comic book creator/conceptualists, having worked for 2000AD; producing titles such as 'Judge Dredd,' 'Slaine' and a strip he co-created called 'Pan-African Judges'. He has also worked for Marvel UK and COM X and has been credited on a number of computer games, such as Evil Genius. More recently, he has been developing concept work for TV commercials and producing freelance work for Nicklelodeon IP and promos.
Siku's works are published in several books like Images 22—the best of British Illustration and Digital Art Masters. He also appeared on TV doing interviews for ITV's The London Programme, Channel 4's The Big Breakfast and More 4 News, Channel 5's Chris Moyle's Show and BBC's Heaven and Earth.
He studied at Yaba's School of Art, Design and Printing and the London School of Theology.

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The Manga Bible: From Genesis to Revelation 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
AlexLux on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Disclaimer: I got this from a friend as a gag gift. The art is fine, in that gritty, sketchy way. Storyline is the bible simplified, but as boring.
pmg1980 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Even in this condensed version the Bible is a hard ol' slog. The art is amazing- Manga is a great format for the grandness of the Old Testament. A LOT of thought has been put into how the story should be told . It's hinted in the notes at the end of the book that there are secrets hidden throughout- is that Satan sitting behind Rehoboam when he makes the mistake that contributes greatly to the fall of Israel?
sweetiegherkin on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book was my first foray into manga-style comics, and I have to say I¿m not a huge fan. The sweeping, broad-stroked landscapes and super exaggerated facial expressions just seemed like immature art, especially in comparison to some of the more detailed art work I have seen in other comics. This book really does cover the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation, so I give the author credit for including even the obscure Old Testament prophets and the shorter letters of Paul in the New Testament. However, in trying to fit so much in a relatively short book, some stories really get the short shrift (for instance, the book of Job and the Psalms are given only a page each). The author also tries to give the feel of a cohesive narrative so as you¿re reading, it¿s often hard to find a logical place to take a break. This is necessary in this book because the length makes it unlikely that you will read it all in one sitting (unless you have a pretty good chunk of time on your hands). Also, the content means it is not exactly a page turner, especially if you¿re like me and have already read the entire Bible, thus knowing the ending to every story presented in this book. Still, it could be a useful introduction to someone who wants to know a little more about the Bible without actually reading the entire thing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A seamless, easily understood reading of the bible and graphic illustrations flawlessly complement, as stories and/or dialogue unfold. Ample opportunity for more indepth 'bible study' via the 'want to know more' references specifying the book of the bible and chapter(s) to find out/study more. Executed entirely in black and white which works for me personally, because you focus more on the narrative and meaning sans the distractions of 4-colour imagery.
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