Book 1

A sword to slay a king

A holy man who moves the masses

A prophecy that could shake an empire

From the burning streets of Jerusalem to the wilderness of the Jordan valley —
The Reign of God takes readers to a dangerous ancient world
in which prophets, priests and kings strive for divine authority.

Over 180 pages of detailed art and drama
Recommended from age 14

The Story

With its dense atmosphere and raw human spirt,
this book goes further than any other biblical comic
in exploring the Jesus of history.


70 AD
After four years of war, the Roman army has conquered the Holy Land back from Judean separatists. Only Jerusalem with its great Temple of Yahweh stands as the last stronghold of the rebellion.

Caught in-between the sides, Yosef, a young priest, is desperately trying to negotiate an end of the bloodshed.

At that moment, a stranger appears: Shimon, an old man from Galilee. He claims to be a disciple of “Lord Yeshua,” the crucified magician some call messiah.


Yosef is riveted as Shimon tells the story of his youth. How 40 years prior, he met Yeshua and the enigmatic desert preacher called the “Immerser” at the Jordan river, and how he witnessed their clash with the mighty temple elites…

Does this story hold a key to saving the Holy Land from doom?

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Flesh and Blood-Characters

The Reign of God depicts Yeshua (Jesus of Nazareth) as a vivid man with many facets who is learning to grow into his role. The same goes for all other protagonists: apostles, priests, and Roman soldiers face their own hopes and struggles as they make history.

Some Pages from Book 1
Based on the latest research
It’s very important to me to depict the ancient world of the New Testament in a believable way. Dozens of books and academic papers as well as conversations with theologians and historians accompanied the creative process. I also visited Israel and hiked through the Palestinian countryside to get a feel for the places Jesus and the apostles saw. All of this is to make sure I could develop an own plausible vision of Jesus’ life.