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aka, The Jack Chick Museum of Fine Art
Chaplain Dann's Autobiography, From Cowboy Trails to Soldier Tales is now getting published. "Cowboy" Chaplain Dann is the same fellow featured in The Letter & Reverend Wonderful tract, as well as the Unwanted Crusaders comic book He's passed out over a 1,000,000 Chick tracts, plus he drew at least a dozen different of his own self published tracts. Check out his hand drawn tracts here! You can pre-order his book, which includes copies of all his super-rare tracts, here.)
An online catalog/ collection of Chick's classic tracts!
Whether you love him or hate him, you gotta respect Chick for sticking to his guns. Since 1961 (over half a century), he's cranked out tract after tract to help sinners "see the light." He's written over 250 different tracts, with more than 900,000,000* distributed worldwide (in over 100 different languages)! His influence is so vast that entire nations have passed special laws banning his comics. Even as Political Correctness reigns supreme, Chick seems unafraid to take on the sacred cows. He steadfastly exposes a conspiracy of Catholics, Masons, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, New Agers, Rock & Rollers, and any other group the devil might use to damn your soul. Chick also offends Jews and Muslims with previews of their fiery futures in hell (but only because he wants to save them). The more taboo a topic, the more likely you'll see it covered in a Chick tract!
We don't condemn Chick for his controversial nature. We celebrate it! It's just one of his unique characteristics. Besides, he's an Artist. They're supposed to be provocative. (If he drew Christ in a Bowl of Urine, many of his critics would love him.)
Our goal is to SALUTE this dedicated demagogue and immortalize his work by assembling a complete library for fans and scholars to marvel at JACK T. CHICK!
The Jack Chick Museum of Fine Art is fully independent and not affiliated with Chick Publications in any way. We are open to the public free of charge. Out of town visitors can view most the tracts on line by clicking on the tract titles. Travelers to Tallahassee FL can stop by and view the collection in person (by appointment only). All visitors are welcome without regard to their race, religion, or sexual orientation (just no Jesuits allowed). Please email for time and confirmation.
So come on in and take a peek. Enjoy your stay.
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