Here is 12th century manuscript Bible of Stephen Harding . Folio 13 features the story in a format of a comic. I have not managed to find out much about the manuscript - it is held at Bibliothèque municipale de Dijon and some scanned folios can be found HERE.
Here are some more recent renditions of the Bible as a comic.
Manga Bible - a spectacular publication of the best manga drawing.
A five-volume manga series based on the Christian Bible created under the direction of the non-profit organization Next, a group formed by people from the manga industry. Though first published in English, the books are originally written in Japanese and each volume is illustrated by a Japanese manga artist. Each book is adapted from the Bible by Hidenori Kumai.
And then there are some comics.
A few are rather edgy/risque/fresh, while the others are roughly interchangeable (to my comic-untrained-eye) that use the same style as all those other Christian books promoted in the windows of the Christian booksellers.
|by Robert Crumb (very restrained!)|
Nominated for three 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards
|by Nestor Redondo - DC Comics (1975)|
by Nestor Redondo - DC Comics (1975)
|by Jeff Anderson and Mike Maddox|
(resembles DK encyclopaedia, unfortunately)
|by Sergio Cariello|
(whatever the reviewers may say, it still looks like the cover has been designed
by somebody who spent too much time in the Christian bookshops
- and who loves Photoshop as himself)
|"This action-packed rendition of the world's most awesome story |
will capture and draw you into all the excitement"
|by Silver Dolphin Books (looks interchangeable with many others)|