Si of Si Smith fame has very kindly supplied me with a huge stack of my mini-micro-comic entitled ‘The tree of life: an analysis involving the Bible and some made up things’. The comic was available at the Greenbelt festival communion service where it was one of a set of 8 and people could also buy it in the festival shop. I blogged about it last month as you may or may not remember and if you click the image to the right you can see what it looks like when looked at from a certain angle. I could sell them, but I thought it might be quite nice to give them away.
I’ve probably got more than enough copies for every reader of the blog to have one,
though I’m afraid I’m limiting it to UK readers only on this occasion unless you really plead persuasively with me as I don’t have a huge budget for lots of overseas postage at the moment (See below).
Here’s what you need to do if you’d like one:
1) Post a comment here on the blog to make it look popular.
2) E-mail me your postal address, my email being dave(at) cartoonchurch.com. I will of course only use your address to send you this cartoon (and perhaps one of my leaflets in the same envelope) but you won’t be getting any junk mail, spam, tracts or evangelistic telephone calls from me in the future (well, unless you ask for them I suppose). If you could send me your address even if I should already have it will just help speed things up and things like that and would be much appreciated.
3) IF you would like to receive my soon-to-be-activated-properly e-mail newsletter which will come out occasionally, no more than about once a month, then add ‘Oh, go on then, send me your newsletter’ to the e-mail, but you’re under absolutely no obligation to do this.
The comic will be winging its way to you forthwith as quickly as second class post can carry it. This may be a limited-time offer depending on the response.
It struck me on the way back from the library that excluding the folks from around the world really was a bit mean. So, having repented, the first ten readers from the rest of the world can have a comic too. Lets face it, there probably won’t be ten people that respond anyway. (Joke, but with quite a bit of truth in it.)
Si has said: “…the last few sets of all eight communion comix will be up for purchase from the greenbelt office very soon. They’ll be advertised on the website in the next week or so, but if you want to buy one urgently, you can ring ‘em up and buy it over the phone…!”
I think they cost five british pounds.