For decades, millions of those distinctive, 3x5 black and white Christian gospel comic book tracts have littered bus stops and public restrooms coast to coast. It was only a matter of time before Satan got in on the act too.
"Constitutional Rites" is a brand new, original tract by Satanist cartoonist Tabitha Slander, which may or may not strangely resemble the ironically hilarious style of a certain late Christian cartoonist.
In "Constitutional Rites," evangelical politician Jason Stanley wants to put a monument to the Ten Commandments at the state capitol. Can some friendly local Satanists teach him about the value of separating church and state instead? (Spoiler: Yes, they can, that's the whole point.)
Pledge now and the next time those "helpful" folks from the church down the street try to hand off another kooky religious comic you can reciprocate with some Satanic wisdom of your own.
(Disclaimer: "Constitutional Rites" references the Satanic Temple's ongoing disagreement with a certain American politician who shall remain nameless.
"Constitutional Rites" is not a product of the Satanic Temple or directly affiliated with them. Satanic San Francisco is an independent grassroots group and the sole purveyor of this tract and campaign.
"Constitutional Rites" is a work of satire, and any reference to any actual persons or organizations is purely for satirical purposes.)
Risks and challenges
We're anticipating a per-unit budget of $2.00 for one tract, based on early estimates from the printing service.
If those estimates go up—or if the print service decides it wants nothing to do with our unholy asses and backs out—there's a chance that printing costs will consume more of your pledge dollars than we project, which will unfortunately mean fewer comics to go around. But no matter what, we will print as many as we can and pursue the best deal with any print service.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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