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?
Enough already.

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?
Hardly any.

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, or a shirt, or a card – any of those ways will give you something in return for your money.