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Cartoonucopia: Chick Tracts

January 13, 2011

As if Chick tracts were not obscene enough, someone had the bright idea to turn them into 3-D Animations… and trust me, this is not your Pixar or Disney animation, this is Chick hyper-fundamentalist craziness animation.

Chick publications suggests, “You can show them to your Sunday School class, youth group, or even your church. Then discuss the message of the story and lead people to Christ.” So what happens in a Chick Cartoon that you can discuss with your Sunday School?

Demons! Intoxication! Gambling! More demons! Yahweh impersonates Zeus! Small children die! People die! People burn! Torture! The end of the world! People are thrown into the lake of fire FOREVER!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Die! Die sinner! Die vile sinner!

The only reason I can think of to play these 3-D animations at your Sunday School is if you hate your kids in your class–and I mean really hate them, if they’re just a pain in the arse then leave them be–but if you truly dislike them, then you could play this for them, scare the skubalon out of them, and leave them with psychological and emotional scars for life… Praise the love of Jesus!

The Sissy

The hook: You can convince a redneck trucker to receive Jesus in their heart by showing them how much ‘guts’ Jesus had…that, and the ‘fact’ they’re going to burn forever after Jesus destroys the world!

Tiny Shoes

The hook: Dad’s drinking and gambling cause the death of his little boy, but if he receives Jesus he can see his dead boy again in heaven.

From Chick Publications

Four years ago, Steve West called Chick Publications with an idea, and a vision.  He asked for permission to make video animations of Chick tracts, using software currently available.  His vision was to deliver these gospel messages to a generation that is reading less and less.  He hoped to have them translated and make something that would help missionaries spread the Gospel.

We gave him permission, and he formed Littleshots Productions and produced videos from two of Jack Chick’s stories, “The Sissy” and “Tiny Shoes.”

Read online

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If you really dislike yourself today you can read the tracks and then do a comparison with the animations.


10 Comments leave one →
  1. January 13, 2011 6:52 am

    I bet that video gives Ray Comfort a woody. I don’t hate myself enough to watch the second one or read the tracts – I’m already scarred for life from the Chick tracts I’ve read over the years. Yikes. Making them into videos just amplifies the Assianity of it all.

  2. January 13, 2011 7:07 am

    I got about 20 seconds into the first one, but the two truck charatcers were such bad stereotypes I couldn’t carry on. Most truckers I’ve met have been 10 times smarter than those guys…

    • Headless Unicorn Guy permalink
      January 20, 2011 10:37 am

      It’s the default Chick Tract casting. The Unsaved ALWAYS look like orcs dipped in dogshit and have negative IQs, while the Saved look like Edward Cullen, Shekinah Sparkles and all.

  3. mike swalm permalink
    January 13, 2011 9:01 am

    let me shake you up, dude.

  4. EricW permalink
    January 14, 2011 6:23 am

    One positive thing I can say about the animated versions: They sure make the tracts/print versions look good!

  5. Julie permalink
    January 14, 2011 12:33 pm

    The production values! Exquisite! *deep deep sarcasm*

  6. Makanaki permalink
    January 19, 2011 7:11 pm

    This is f***ing scary….

  7. thomas permalink
    October 2, 2011 8:11 pm

    i used to hand out chick tracts but after a while, i only handed out ‘somebody loves me’ and ‘one way’ (no text, just pics). i guess it’s possible to disagree w/the presentation in their tracts but the message of salvation is not compromised. i’ll give ’em credit for that.


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