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Jonah's Voyage to Atlantis

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Jonah's Voyage to Atlantis is a biblical comic book that explores spiritual truths in an epic fantasy-adventure!

Not all who wander are lost...

The ancient city of Nineveh is under the spell of a malevolent demon who thirsts for souls. In an effort to break free the people of Nineveh from the evil darkness that enslaves them, God sends the prophet Jonah to deliver a message of warning.

However, Jonah turns timid and flees in the opposite direction, away from his divine quest. 

A violent storm at sea puts Jonah at the mercy of a mammoth creature that takes him down into the watery depths. Down in the coldest, quietest waters, in the forgotten elder city of Atlantis, Jonah learns how black the shadow is that falls over Nineveh, and is given a legendary weapon in hopes that he can save the city before it is too late.

A comic book inspired by ancient legends, myths and J.R.R. Tolkien's translation of Jonah.

--> Read more about Tolkien's unique translation of Jonah!

44 pages

Rated - Ages 10+ (contains some mild comic violence and frightening images)

 

Formats

Physical: Printed in a saddle-stitch paperback comic book.

Digital: Delivered in a PDF file.

Customer Reviews

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Diane in Arvada
Great graphics and intriguing story

Much enjoyed the unexpected embellishment of the Jonah story.

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Luke Stovall
So Grateful

I am always on the look out for faithful catholic content. On top of that trying to find quality content to keep my children engaged. The comic book series are amazing! You nailed it on the head! I hope you keep them going because I plan on buying them all. The kids loved it!

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Renaldo Castaldi Jr
Jonah’s Voyage to Atlantis

Not gonna lie, I was disappointed. Really liked the idea of Atlantis being “Sheol” but thought the storyline fell flat after that. I was hoping to see more of Jonah preaching on the streets of Nineveh and the people repenting-sackcloth ashes, false idols torn down, etc.

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Matt Karnes
The kid said he liked it

I didn’t look at the book but the 12 year old said it was really good and he liked it.

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Sue Ann Polakowski
My grandson thinks you're graphic novels ROCK!

I purchased Jonah's Voyage for my grandson, as he really loved Finnian and the Seven Mountains. Well, Jonah is another winner! He can't WAIT for the story to continue....thanks, Voyage, for making such high quality, marvelous graphic novels (now, if only I can get my grandson to share these with me so I can read them, too!)