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The Big Picture

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Brendan And Erc Are Back!

When it was released in the Spring of 2013, the graphic novel The Truth Is Out There set the Catholic book world on fire with its unique and innovative blend of apologetics and entertainment, following two young heroes named Brendan and Erc as they explored the universe of faith and reason.

It got young adults and teens talking - engaging and entertaining them, with eternal truths presented in a non-threatening way.

Well guess what? Brendan And Erc Are Back!

And now in The Big Picture, a brand new adventure with high-quality full-color illustrations and a story line that’s easy to follow they come face-to-face with the Drama and Mystery of God’s plan for the salvation of the world.

Pick up a copy of The Big Picture and get the young people in your life talking about things that matter!


Free Downloadable Study Guide For The Big Picture

A portion of the proceeds will help support the Maronite Monks of Adoration Petersham, MA.

The Big Picture reveals a story full of passion, suspense, adventure, and hope. This excellent resource will help you understand God’s extraordinary plan and the privileged role you play within it.” Brandon Vogt, author of Return: How to Draw Your Child Back to the Church

"The Big Picture is a crash course in Salvation History, and a perfect addition to CCD and RCIA reading lists. The beautiful bonus is that Amadeus manages to weave in space adventure and a touching tale of friendship lost and regained that, of course, mirrors the book's subject. Well done!" Ben Hatke, Graphic Novel author, Zita The Spacegirl

"Brendan and Erc are back and just as engaging and funny as ever! This time they guide readers through a galaxy of the greatest questions ever posed by man: How did we get here and what's the point? Is the Christian saga of creation and salvation just wishful thinking? How do we find true joy in life? Get on board and enjoy the ride!" Susie Lloyd, Author, Please Don’t Drink the Holy Water and Bless Me, Father, for I Have Kids


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Softcover, 170 pages
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1 Review

  • 5

    It’s great

    Posted by John on Jun 26th 2020

    The book gets deep while still being understood by kids. My 3 girls love it.

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