What is Jesus and Mo?
It’s a weekly comic strip, dealing in religious satire.
Who’s in it?
Is that really the Prophet Mohammed?
No, it’s a body double. Mohammed couldn’t make it, as he has been dead for centuries.
Is that really Jesus?
Yes, that is really Jesus. I don’t know how he does it, but he always finds time in his busy schedule to appear in the comic whenever someone loads a J&M page in their browser.
Is that really Moses?
Why is the Barmaid never drawn?
It is forbidden. Plus, I can’t draw barmaids.
Why is the art so bad?
Because I’m such a bad artist.
I find the comic very offensive. Can you take it down?
Do you get much hate mail?
Can I use one of your strips in my blog/website/newsletter/dissertation etc?
Please do. J&M is published under a Creative Commons 3.0 license, which means you can reprint, edit, translate the strips for non-commercial purposes provided you link back to jesusandmo.net.
How can I keep up to date with the strips?
In order of popularity, there’s an RSS feed, a Twitter feed, and an email list. Take your pick. Take them all!
I think you’re great and I’d like to give you lots of money. How can I do this?
Far and away the best way to support the continued production of Jesus & Mo cartoons is to become a Patron of the Blasphemous Arts. There’s a complex system of rewards to tempt you. Read about the rationale behind it here. Alternatively, you could buy a book.
T-shirts and mugs are no longer available to purchase, as CafePress closed our shop after complaints from the Pakistan government. Feel free to use the images on this site to make your own.