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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.
Rated - Ages 10+ (contains some mild comic violence and frightening images)
Physical: Printed in a saddle-stitch paperback comic book.
Digital: Delivered in a PDF file.
This is a great take on the story of Jonah. The writing is sharp and the artwork is top notch. I really enjoyed it!
Interesting adaptation, engaging and entertaining story line, great artwork to boot! 'Behind the story' is a must read.
I just finished the digital form of "Jonah's Voyage to Atlantis", and I had to read it all, making dinner preparations a bit late.
I am looking forward to receiving my paper copy. Great work, Philip! This story of Jonah takes some artistic liberty without losing spiritual value. It leaves one with hope, and I believe that is so important because we surely are fighting an age of darkness, but we can believe with absolute certainty that Good always overcomes evil, when we trust God and pray to be obediant to His Divine Will
Great for Tolkien fans and for those who just love an imaginative retelling of a well known Bible story. Important to read the explanation at the end about Tolkien translating Jonah for the Jerusalem Bible. Gorgeous artwork. Out just in time for a Christmas present!