Superdickery is a site with some of the most bizarre, offensive, propagandist, sexist, racist, innuendo-laden, or just plain hilarious comic book covers and panels from back in the day. Much of it will have you scratching your head in bewilderment, while some of the less worksafe stuff — like a whole plethora of the most unintentionally gay Batman panels imaginable — will simply have you delirious with laughter and must be seen to be believed. The one above, though, has got to be the most inexplicable piece of art damage I’ve ever encountered. So Hitler is apparently crucifying Jesus — so he can blame the Jews for it, I wonder? — when suddenly God, a surprisingly short fellow who favors baby blue dresses and flip flops, bursts into the room, rather the hard way of doing things for an omnipotent deity. Bonus WTF comedy points for Jesus himself crying, “I’m saved!”


  1. says

    I’ve been reading that site all night thanks to PZ’s link and that was one of the best ones there by a long shot.

  2. Martin says

    I’ve tried Googling “God Comics” and come up with nothing. The comic does have an ambience of the 60’s underground to it, now that I think about it. But then given the vintage stuff on that site that’s just as bizarre, it wouldn’t surprise me if it were authentic. What more do you know about it?

  3. says

    It’s a pinup from Savage Dragon #31 in September 1996. I’ve not read the issue, but I know there are two versions: a censored one (with “God is Good” on the cover), and one in which God drops an f-bomb. The mock-up cover is an homage/parody of Captain America Comics #2 from 1941.