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I’ve said this before, but Zach Weinersmith is phenomenal at what he does. He draws comics that are uniquely hilarious, has already created an extensive library of graphic novels and books, and works on projects that are as varied as they are entertaining. Most people would be thrilled to do any one of those things. He does it all.

His latest project is a religion-themed collection of his Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal cartoons. Like this one:

He’s already met his fundraising goal, but if you make a pledge now, you can get a copy of the book as soon as it’s available. And if you give at least $15, you’ll get a pocket-sized edition of “The Holy Bible: Abridged Beyond the Point of Usefulness.”

Have I told you how much I admire this guy?

Just to be clear, the book isn’t just mocking one religion, and I would hope everyone, even those who believe in a God, could read the cartoons and find humor in them. They’re not mean. They’re just funny.

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Hemant Mehta is the founder of, a YouTube creator, podcast co-host, and author of multiple books about atheism. He can be reached at @HemantMehta.