Of course, Batman would be prepared for all of this.
by pulling out his Mike/Jesus repellent?
Mike/Jesus-Repellent Bat-Spray, c’mon now.
Batman would pre-emptively get mike drunk, and then win by default because now neither of the two other contenders are willing to actually fight.
He’ll just put Mike in a Black Hole by himself or to provide infinite torture at Satan. Just because Batman is Catholic doesn’t mean he’ll go to heaven, just like being Jewish doesn’t mean a Jew will automatically be in Heaven. So ultimately Jesus still wins because He can’t let Mike into Heaven and Mike likes torture, so either He has to shut Mike out of existence completely or let’s Him go to Hell and provide torture. Mike will be the provider of gnashing of teeth to all in Hell and Satan, with extra focus on Faz.
So who’s falling?
Zonker. He’s jumping into the piles of letters like they were leaves.
It also takes Jesus only 3 days to come back. Batman took over a year, and Mike probably a few months.
An interesting concept. However, Jesus went back to prepare a place for all believers up in Heaven, that requires us Christians to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. Those that call upon the name of the Lord (believeth in Him) shall be saved and when the trump sounds, will be caught up with Him in the clouds. The 7 year tribulation will then begin (though many tend to believe the Christians will still be here for the first half of the 7 years then caught up even though Revelation clearly states otherwise) also during that time there will be people that want to kill themselves, many will accept the anti-christ, but there will be a select majority when the Holy Spirit returns for a short time (at the beginning will leave earth and come back later)
After the 7 years is when the battle vs. the anti-christ will begin and end at the same moment and then there will be the 1000 year reign before Satan is once again released, battle of Armageddon occurs, same result and then the eternal reign of God. (Keep in mind, that God sees everything as present tense, so He’s looking at all areas at the exact same time. Thus being, omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient.)
It’s funny because these endtime beliefs are accumulated from a bunch of random verses from separate books of the Bible and assembled into an arbitrary order that somebody thought made sense. But, uh, sure.
I know right? It is funny because it is almost like they took a bunch of different books and arbitrarily put them together into one giant book.
You, sir, have just made a fool out of yourself and disgraced my religion with your zealotry for it. This is neither the time, nor the place, for a sermon.
Christianity has been marred by you street-corner preachers. STFU, answer questions *politely* when asked about our religion, and when you decide to spread the faith, do it by being the sort of person others appreciate being around, not an ass who polarizes more people against your faith then you could ever imagine actually converting.
So says the Catholic. >=(
On an unrelated note: The premise behind this comic is one of the most incredibly thought provoking questions of all comic-history, and I thank the good sir who asked it. SO, I’d like to point out that in this hypothetical battle, that as David Willis pointed out: Jesus *would* turn the other cheek rather than fight back. I declare Mike the victor, as he clearly has strength superior to Batman’s. His procurement of a wire to swing on to save Amber demonstrates grappling skills greater than Batman’s (batman requires precision gadgets to perform said feats). Also, I’d say that resurrection counts as a loss followed by a newly started battle.
In the end, however, the victor would be Mr Rogers in a blood stained sweater.
Really, dude? Correcting blatant misconceptions about Christianity is one thing, but proselytizing – in the comments section of a webcomic… really?
You’re completely fuckin’ whacked, have a nice day.
Batman may have been raised Catholic, but doesn’t he usually deny the existence of anything supernatural?
Which is silly considering some of the people he knows, but I guess he just assumes magic is a different sort of science. And like most things, it probably depends on who is writing him.
I’m almost 100% certain you’re thinking of Mr. Terrific. After all, one of his best friends is currently a greek goddess.
Mike would have likely been the initiator of strife. Jesus could have turned some of Mikes blood into wine making him instantly drunk, and therefore happy. The fight would have never gotten far off the ground.
Brilliant, sir. I submit that Willis owes you an internet.
Wowwww…. blew my mind there
I think they all cancel each other. Kinda like facing chuck norris vs chuck norris.
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