Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology uses this logic.
Congrats to Chris from Copenhagen and Ralph from Reading MA. They both win signed prints of their choice in this month’s raffle. You can join the fun here.
Hat tip to Stephen Law.
Feel free to post your own pseudo-profundities in the comments below. There’s a prize in it for the best one!
This is the winning entry in the J&M script-writing competition. Sastra’s entry stood out from among a strong field for its combination of profundity and brevity. Congratulations, Sastra! Your signed book will be winging its way to you soon.
The competition was much harder to judge than I’d imagined. Honourable mentions go to Darwin Harmless, Max Saturation, Matthew R, Alejandro, Phil A, Linda A, E Jackson, and Preston McD.
Thank you to all who entered!
BTW, a few people suggested leaving the last panel blank, which does create quite an eloquent silence, but as it didn’t involve any writing – and many people had the same idea – it was arbitrarily disqualified as an entry.
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Have I mentioned there’s a new J&M collection out?
The results of the X-factor script writing competition will be announced next week. There were over 100 entries!
Don’t forget, there’s a new J&M book out just in time for Xmas: “Wrong again, God boy“.
Talking about making a fuss, those crazy boys at Goldsmiths have been at it again.
This month’s raffle prizewinner is Steven from Manchester. He wins a signed copy of the new J&M collection, “Wrong again, God boy“. Congrats!
Thanks to this week’s guest scriptwriter, The Archbishop of Canterbury.
Yesterday was this comic’s 10th birthday, and to celebrate we’re running a little competition (thanks to sparky_shark for the suggestion).
To enter, you just have to write a script for the last panel of a J&M “X-factor” strip:
The script should a line from Jesus, a line from Mo (in any order), plus the off-screen judge if required. Just words, presented like this:
The best script will win a book of the latest collection of Jesus & Mo strips (Vol 7), plus publication here on the website (anonymously, obvs). There may be runners-up prizes, too.
Send entries entitled “X-factor script” to author[AT]jesusandmo.net
This in the comic I made especially for the 2nd collection of Danish J&Ms, Jesus og Mo II, which was published in September, ten years after the Jyllands-Posten newspaper printed the famous twelve Motoons.
Vive la France.
Thanks to Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and Cardinal Vincent Nichols for their help with this week’s script.