For the start of a comedy series based on the Bible, this is actually pretty great, funny, and true to the source material with some comedy added in. I also like how you have Adam's junk hanging in full view to the audience rather than have it censored. That notion is pretty accurate no matter how you look at it.
Youtube made me censor it. >:(
Very funny! I love how people never seem to notice those two words above the tags. "Comedy" and "Parody". They give a subtle hint as to what will follow whenyou press play. *ahem*
im curious how he was able to name all the sea creatures and birds seeing as he had to stay in eden
You know that you can make fun of everything by adding some stupid dialogues and looking for mistakes. Remember though that Bible was written ages ago and even if the one who wrote the Genesis had a vision of some kind, he didn't have scientific words to discribe it. He also could have no vision at all and just tried to make a story with a moral. Read any mythology and see that each and every of them contain some non-scientific explanations on scientific facts.
You can tell - people still believe in these things written in the Bible, whereas they rarely believe in those contained in other mythologies. BUT even roman-catholic church says Genesis is a poem rather than an exact decription of world creation. But ye - you can lough of everything. Especially when you don't even try to understand it.
It's great to see where this popular idea started out. I like how you had nudity in this, but it wasn't treated as crude in any way. I mean, for something that's making fun of the Bible, you were actually accurate in that manner. It was great for you to use actual scripture to make it authentic. Granted, I don't think a lot of those jokes are in the actual Bible, but it's something. I imagine that if God was there and nothing else, he'd probably want to create the world.
This was actually well drawn, especially with all the animals that were around. It sounds like a real challenge to adapt a book with over 700,000 words in it. Yes, that is how many words are in the Bible and it's even more than "Atlas Shrugged"! I just think the design looked very nice and everything was done in a clear manner. I suppose if I was in Adam or God's situation, I would think the same things.