When I heard about this new movie “Son of God” I naturally assumed they were adapting this Neal Adams classic
Son-O’-God was a savage attack on idolatry and the place religion has in modern culture. Art by Adams (Likely getting paid better then any issue of Batman to that time) and written by Michel Choquette ans Sean Kelly (with kibbitzing by Anne Beats), it was right at home in the National Lampoon, back in the days when it was a magnificent source of humor and satire, as opposed to now where it’s a mere brand name you can license and slap on your shoddy film product. Seriously, track down that DVD-Rom collection of the entire run of the magazine and learn how vicious comedy can be.
The whole story (and the comics) are featured on the exemplary Dial B.For Blog.