Bible John-A Forensic Meditation

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Bible John-A Forensic Meditation
First appearance Crisis #56 (1991)
Created by Grant Morrison
Daniel Vallely
Publication information
Publisher Fleetway
Schedule Weekly
Title(s) Crisis #56-61
Formats Original material for the series has been published as a strip in the comics anthology(s) Crisis.
Genre
Publication date March – August 1991
Number of issues 6
Main character(s) Bible John
Creative team
Writer(s) Grant Morrison
Artist(s) Daniel Vallely
Creator(s) Grant Morrison
Daniel Vallely

Bible John - A Forensic Meditation was a story written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Daniel Vallely which appeared in the anthology title Crisis #56-61 in 1991.

Publishing history[edit]

Bible John was an unidentified serial killer who killed in Glasgow in the late 1960s. Bible John - A Forensic Meditation is a study by Morrison and Vallely into the nature of evil, as well as forming ideas as to why the killer committed his crimes.

Though Vallely ritually burned most of his original art upon his exit from the comics industry, the original pages from Bible John were amongst a very few spared.[1]

The story was serialised in Crisis from issues 56-61 and has not been reprinted since.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Dan Vallely post at Ilxor.com

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