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5 Times Jesus Came Back, Ranked By How Quickly He Died Again

Jesus: Love him or hate him, he’s one of history’s most popular dead people. Strangely enough, Jesus is known for coming back to life just as much as he is for dying in the first place. Here we’ve compiled a list of every time Jesus has come back to life ranked by how quickly he died again. Check it out! 5. 1300-1336 AD: The time Jesus went to China to study architecture and accidentally brought the black death to Europe (36 years) Sometimes when Jesus comes back to life he isn’t looking to do the whole God thing. This time in particular, Jesus became fascinated with Eastern architecture and apprenticed with Chinese builders in the Hubei Province. Sadly, he opted to visit family back in Europe after getting homesick a few days into his studies and inadvertently brought the bubonic plague with him to the West. After an infected Jesus bit a waiter in modern-day Bulgaria while he was trying to run out on a bill, the disease that would kill 25 million people spread across the continent like wildfire. Jesus, immune from the disease himself because he is the Son of God, died several days later after falling asleep

‘X-men’ artist inserts political references into comic, and people are not pleased

Image: screenshot/ marvel An Indonesian artist for Marvel snuck in several political and religious references into a recent X-Men Gold issue and people noticed. Ardian Syaf, who had previously worked on Batgirl and Superman/Batman titles for Marvel, had put in references to an ongoing political conflict in Indonesia. SEE ALSO: Muslim Indonesians tweet support for beleaguered Christian politician Ahok The references, which appeared in the first issue of X-Men Gold released last week, were quickly spotted by Indonesian readers. Many voiced their anger against Syaf. It’s shameful that a comic that’s about minority and inclusivity is being used to peddle intolerant identity politics by its artist. https://t.co/XbvIKLmeZe Bernadette Maria (@doggudoggu) April 8, 2017 Ardian Syaf basically reached the peak of his career: working for Marvel and he threw that away for the sake of a weak-ass pun Aldy (@aldidot) April 9, 2017 In one of the comic panels, the numbers “212” are seen above a building. In another, the phrase “QS 5:51” is printed on Colossus’ shirt. Here’s some of the controversial religious imagery artist #ArdianSyaf snuck into #XMenGold #Marvel #News #TV #TVNews #ComicBooks #ComicBookNews #Movies #MovieNews #Entertainment #EntertainmentNews #Celebrity #CelebrityNews #Promotional #Images #AntiHeroNews A post shared by Wade Willsun