You may notice this category is not quite as large as many of the others, proving
that religion does not sell quite as well as horror or romance. Despite this, there are some rather
The king of religious comics was George A. Pflaum. His major title was 'The Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact'
first published March 12, 1946. The content aimed at Catholic school children, featured wholesome
and inspirational stories. This title, not available at newsstands, was subscription based
and delivered directly to classrooms. Treasure Chest had a long run finally folding July 1972.
Skypilot 'Fighting Missionary of the Far North' is really one of a kind. He prefers to use his fists
rather than give a reading from the bible. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately Skypilot only lasted two issues.
Another and very poignant title is Jewish War Heroes. It was published by the Canadian Jewish Congress,
which until very recently was one of the main lobby groups for the Jewish community in Canada.
This is a must read!
We have 17 titles and 444 issues in our 'Religious Category' for you to enjoy.