God Hates Dinosaurs

A satirical comic about superheroes, Jesus, and the true fate of the dinosaurs.

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In Real Life

Over a thousand copies of God Hates Dinosaurs have been given out for free in public spaces.

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Open Sourced

Print, modify, and distribute your own copies. The comic is fully open source for you to play with.

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“Ever been handed one of those little books that tells the story about how D&D is evil, or the pope is actually the antichrist?”

God Hates Dinosaurs is a silly comic by Doctor Popular that was written and drawn in 24 consecutive hours on 10/03/2014 as part of the 24 Hour Comic Book Day challenge in San Francisco. You can read the full comic here or find out how to contribute to the project here.


It was inspired by Chick Tracts, a very popular series of quasi-religious comics by Jack Chick. These small evangelical books are often handed out on street corners or left at restaurants in lieu of a tip.


Shortly after the book was finished, Doc launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to hand out 1,000 copies of the comics to strangers in San Francisco and beyond. The goal was to make strangers smile while also demonstrating the absurdity of changing people’s beliefs by handing them a cheesy comic book.


The project was so well received that in 2015, Doc decided to open source it. This means the project is available for anyone to download, color, translate, modify, print, and distribute on their own.

How You Can Help

If you like this project, there are many ways to help spread the word.


Download it

God Hates Dinosaurs is easily downloadable on GitHub. Choose the format that's best for you and read the full details of the CC-license.


Print it

Print copies at home or take them to a local printer fro a bulk order. Leave them in public spaces, give them to friends, or organize your own God Hates Dinosaurs protests.


Modify it

Want to create a colorized version of God Hates Dinosaurs or maybe translate it to Russian? Go ahead! The project's Creative Commons license allows you to do whatever you like with it. If you do tweak it, send us a copy and we'll add it to the GitHub repo.


A typical day standing under a silly sign and handing out propaganda to strangers.


If you have made any cool changes to the project, we'd love to know about them. Drop us a line in the contact form below or follow Doctor Popular on pretty much anything (but Facebook) to learn more.

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