Loaded Bible

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Loaded Bible
Loaded Bible.jpg
Cover of Loaded Bible: Jesus vs. Vampires 1 (Apr 2006 Image Comics). Art by Stefano Caselli.
Publication information
Publisher Image Comics
Schedule Yearly
Title(s) Jesus vs. Vampires
Blood of Christ
Formats Original material for the series has been published as a set of one-shot comics.
Publication date April 2006 – February 2008
Number of issues 3
Main character(s) Jesus Christ
Creative team
Writer(s) Tim Seeley
Penciller(s) Jesus vs. Vampires
Nate Bellegarde
Blood of Christ & Communion
Mike Norton
Inker(s) Mark Englert
Letterer(s) Jesus vs. Vampires
Steve Seeley
Blood of Christ
Brian J. Crowley
Colorist(s) Rex Justice
Joseph Baker
Melissa Kaercher
Editor(s) Robert Kirkman
Collected editions
Loaded Bible ISBN 1-58240-957-9

Loaded Bible is a series of one-shot comic books written by Tim Seeley, with art by Nate Bellegarde,[1] the first of which, Jesus vs. Vampires, was published in February 2006 by Image Comics.

Publication history[edit]

A follow-up was released May 2007 called Loaded Bible 2: Blood of Christ and it takes place right after the first one. Loaded Bible 3: Communion was released February 2008 and is the conclusion to the first part of the series.


The story starts with two acts: the discovery of vampires and the fact that the Christian religion has become much more fanatic. Then, a nuclear global war caused by the religion turns The Earth into an uninhabitable territory. Now, the second coming of Jesus Christ must save America from vampires.

Collected editions[edit]

The three comic books have been collected into a trade paperback:

Loaded Bible is also available digitally through Devil's Due Digital.

Other media[edit]

Halo-8 Entertainment has optioned the rights to make an "illustrated film" of Loaded Bible to be directed by Matt Pizzolo, who had previously done Godkiller.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Epstein, Daniel Robert (May 11, 2006). "Tim Seeley on Loaded Bible". Newsarama. Archived from the original on September 6, 2006. Retrieved March 16, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Hack/Slasher locks Loaded Bible deal with Godkiller team" (Press release). Comic Book Resources. August 31, 2009. 


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