|Reviews for Jesus Christ: The Legend Revealed|
| DealWithAnnaTalsie0025 chapter 3 . 2/24/2016
John... why.. why?!
| random reviewer chapter 8 . 10/11/2011
You deserve a bravery medal for writing this.
The ending was perfect.
| Idiosy chapter 8 . 5/25/2011
Loved it!Adding as is Muhammad!You my friend should write a sequal unless you want the divine wrath of Jessie Christ on you.
| x.WaitingForTheVan.x chapter 2 . 4/16/2011
This is the kind of story that NEEDS to be written, and I bet you had fun writing it. Thank you for making the world a slightly better place. :DD
| BrandyFawnHook chapter 8 . 4/5/2011
This story makes me proud to have fanfiction in my web history.
Good sir, you are the fucking best out there. Your story is bitchin.
Haters gon hate. so just fuckemall.
GOTTA FUCK EM ALL
tee hee :3
| Calyn chapter 8 . 3/13/2011
That's just sick. And not in a good way.
Screw YOU. And grow up.
| zoeyinwonderland chapter 1 . 3/6/2011
okay. this is sort of offensive. people take jesus as a religous figure and this is completely disrespectful.
| LittleGayMonster chapter 5 . 3/2/2011
I've gotten addicted to this story. If the bible was taught like this when i was younger i would've stayed a christian XD but keep going the way you are it's awesome
| mrs.cullen22 chapter 2 . 2/18/2011
I am aghast at how addicted I am to this story. Currently, I am sneaking onto my boyfriend's computer while he sleeps (hopefully avoiding Mandingo porn in the process) to read it. I can only say, you have quite the way with biblical names and expressions. For example, very few people know that Bartoculus was Bartholomew's nickname. And the Poo-Trowel? Rare information indeed! I am wholeheartedly impressed with your prowess. Ok,I must go now; my boyfriend's snoring (which sounds like an angry Molech when the babies aren't fresh enough) has stopped...I can't have him knowing I read this (he's an atheist!)
| mrs.cullen22 chapter 1 . 2/18/2011
I feel this story speaks to me on a deep, soulful level. Your characterization of such a beloved man, Jesus our Lord, is poignant and beautiful. I cannot wait to read more of this masterpiece. Oh, and the editing? Superb.