Late last year I began seeing posts on Twitter from some of my Christian brethren linking to a number of cartoons. Naturally, this piqued my curiosity as many of the men sharing these comics were more of what I would consider, well, not comic strip kind of guys. After spending what seemed like a couple of hours on the Adam4d.com website, I was hooked.
Written and illustrated by Mr. Adam Ford (4d, get it?), the web comics at Adam4d strike a wonderful balance between solid theology and entertainment nicely packaged in a plethora of pithy strips. Mr. Ford describes Adam4d as, “A curiously Christian webcomic…” which, I would add, adheres to a right understanding and handling of the Word of God.
Imagine my delight when he chose to create a book from, what he describes as, “… a compilation of some of the most popular comics from the website thus far, each one revised, polished, and upgraded so as to not be identical to the version published online in addition to some brand-new material. Granted, I am late to the game in this review, but I enjoyed the book and the website so much, I really wanted to publish a review.