Graphic comics about Jerusalem life starring a schizo and his friends, from the insane to the mundane.
Welcome to tales from the certifiable about all you couldn’t imagine going on in the holiest city on Earth. Presented in graphic shorts you’ll come to know the Jerusalem we call JTown, where everybody gets a say.
Hilarity ensues after the tragic becomes the mundane among our group of native born and immigrant Israelis in JTown.
The atheist tour guide, the gay black Jew, the bartender of the millenia, the reluctant prophet and bestie lesbie are some of the characters who show us what living in JTown is truly like for some.
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- The JTown Times: Elections are Coming!Laugh with us: A JTown Israeli Democracy Exploration Why Israeli elections again, who is the PM and what is Israeli democracy? The Israeli government has collapsed. It is parliamentary, with proportional representation and requires a majority of 61 out of 120 seats for a government. Bibi’s Likud party won the most seats in the lastContinue reading “The JTown Times: Elections are Coming!”
- JTown Ep 127 Ceviche David DagimI had a craving for the world’s freshest on-the-spot ceviche and there was only one place to go. JTown’s David Dagim.
Not everyone in the Jewish capital is religious, a rabbi, Mossad or a terrorist. Jerusalem has her fringe, too, and they are part of what defines JTown.
Our main character, Greg, aka Shmuel, was your average American 25 year veteran immigrant to Israel and IDF soldier turned working Israeli until untreated PTSD allowed schizophrenia to take over some years back while in his 30s.
Hearing God and talking to angels, we follow him and his Happy Hour gang as they hang out at JTown Mike’s Place bar and everyone, from God to the cab driver, gets a say in the life of Shmuel.
If this is the city of God’s house then nothing is too absurd to crack me up . . .