Prophecy Comics

Prophecy Comics
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These comic books take their narrative from the spiritual
scriptures and theological input over the ages. Issue one deals with the
creation of the cosmos, the Angels and the demonic race but in particular the
human species. All that exists and is bound by the heavens and the earth wait in
suspense, trying to ascertain how this new creation will take part in both the
physical and metaphysical realm. More importantly, we are introduced to an
enmity between two aspects of creation that is so great, its magnitude never
has, nor will it ever be seen again in the physical dimension.

before has the spiritual scriptures been presented in such a way. It depicts
narrations that are believed to have happened by over a billion people across
the globe today. Issues 1 to 4 have now been completed and the following
editions will soon be digitised and presented in multiple formats. Hard copies
are also available and more information can be found via our website
or by accessing our facebook page at
We have also setup a twitter account which
resides at the following url

We hope you
enjoy our rendition of the spiritual realm and we look forward to your
recommendations through our community blog on our website. We understand that
there may be slightly altering views and perspectives but hope that you can
allow for the possibility of such diversity. Spiritual comics, Hero Comics, Religious Comics, Islamic Comics, Christian Comics. If these are your interests then this book is certainly one to consider as are the following issues.

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About the author

These comic books were conceptualised and produced in Australia. The producer of the comic book has funded these books as an individual and continues to do so. The author, being so interested in Spirituality, Islam and Christianity decided to produce Spiritual Comic Books, Christian Comic Books and Islamic Comic Books or one may say spiritual comics, islamic comics or christian comics. Throughout the majority of the religious scriptures most require the same from their adherents, be good to oneself and good to others while believing in God.
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Prophecy Comics
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Sep 24, 2013
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Art / Techniques / Cartooning
Body, Mind & Spirit / Spiritualism
Comics & Graphic Novels / Manga / General
Comics & Graphic Novels / Manga / Religious
Comics & Graphic Novels / Superheroes
Fiction / Christian / Fantasy
Religion / Ethics
Religion / General
Religion / Islam / General
Religion / Islam / Koran & Sacred Writings
Religion / Islam / Sufi
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