God-Man vs. Human-Man! Why Are They Fighting?!

By Ruben Bolling

Published 12:21 am Wed, Nov 17, 2010

33 Responses to “God-Man vs. Human-Man! Why Are They Fighting?!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Best… Superhero… comix… ever!

  2. gurgelxyz says:

    Christ, what an asshole

  3. Uncle Squid says:

    Gonna have “Particle Man” by They Might Be Giants in my head all afternoon now.

  4. The Life Of Bryan says:

    How does he wear a backpack with a cape?

    • daemonsquire says:

      The same way I fit a back-pack under my rain parka in the winter. Wait a minute… maybe I am Human(,) Man!

  5. inyourdeathbed says:

    that is just not fair at all.. err, will there be a devil-man? i wonder

  6. Anonymous says:

    God Man is a jerk

  7. os says:

    Just wondering which colors Hiob-Man would wear…

  8. daemonsquire says:

    Also, +1 to curiousrobot, re: markbellis, re: retrac13.

  9. Anonymous says:

    God-Man bears a striking resemblance to Santa Claus.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’d just like to point out that an entity can not be both omniscient and omnipotent at the same time. If said entity knows what is to come, then he/she/it is powerless to change it or to “un-know” it.

  11. dagfooyo says:

    But wouldn’t an omniscient being would be able to see every possible future? Then they could be omnipotent in that they could choose exactly which future occurs. Not to mention jump between parallel universes, reverse time, etc.

    But they still couldn’t make a burrito so hot that even they couldn’t eat it.

  12. neurolux says:

    An entity can be omniscient, omnipotent, and apathetic.

  13. DogStarMan says:

    God-Man is Santa Claus?

  14. Jesse M. says:

    Good news everyone! I emailed the creator of the God-Man Fan Page about all the dead links, and he updated them with new links from archive.org or gocomics.com, so now all of God-Man’s old adventures can be read there (except for strip #2, but since I’m a slightly OCD completist I did some searching for it, and according to this page #2 was rerun five years later as “Double Danger” which is #24 on the list)