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Parting Shot: Jack Chick Draws Surprisingly Good ‘Family Guy’ Fan Art

Man, who knew that in addition to illustrating anti-Catholic, anti-Islamic, anti-gay, fundamentalist Christian propaganda tracts, Jack Chick draws alarmingly decent Family Guy fan art? He’s even got the angry Stewie eyes down pat. This comes from “Still No Revival,” a comic about the moral decline of modern America (hint: homosexuals) and how much better things were 50 years ago. I, for one, never get tired of nostalgic appeals by old white guys for the good old days when nobody gave them the stinkeye for being intolerant jerks. No longer being able to openly treat minorities, gays and women like second-class citizens is truly a terrible burden for them to bear.

While I’m pretty sure the Psalms were composed more than 50 years ago, it’s worth noting that Psalm 101:3 reads “I will set no worthless thing before my eyes,” which I believe constitutes a fairly sick burn on Family Guy. Tough but fair, Jack Chick. Tough but fair. [Via WTFpoliticalcartoons]

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