It's the comic god didn't want you to read. Buddha
On The Road is the darkly satirical adventure story
about a man on a mission to kill God. The series deals with
the themes of sex, violence, history, religion and public
transit. Besides that, it's good clean fun.
"It's a very funny comic (in a sick way, mind you) and the narrative
drive is frequently dizzying. It has other virtues too, but
the humour and the excitement are the reasons I would recommend
Buddha on the Road to anyone, fairly confident that you would
get something out of it even while your religious sensibilities
were in an uproar." Fiona Clements (Comics Forum)
"It was eccentric; and it was the work of a moralist. It was complicated
in what it presented and it showed an individual vision."
Bruce Serafin (Vancouver Review)