Prologue – 1 – The Tree

Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. It’s referred to as Fruits of Death because Adam walking with God already has eternal life and all the knowledge he would ever wanted. Adam and Eve did not become like God becasue they “gained” more knowledge. It was the authority to define what is good and evil that made them like God.

Edit Jan 19, 2013: I re-did the tree.. you can see the original one here

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  • Felipe Martins

    Wow, nice intro! Well, sorry for my bad English, but I’m not used to write that much.
    The intro really interested me, so I will follow the constructionof the comic! Ler’s see what happens!
    Oh, I’m not good at English because I’m from Brazil, and here I’m not used to use that language too much. :/
    Well, see you next page!

    • Morbidprince

      Thanks Felipe! Wow Brazil your country is awesome!!!!! Sorry the only time I’ve seen Brazil is during soccer and Rio (the bird movie…)

      Not to worry, I understand you perfectly! English is not my mother tongue either. How many language do you speak?
      Keep in touch! I may need to ask you questions about Brazil :)

      Enjoy the rest of the comic! there will be plenty coming!

  • Kite

    Just started reading this, now on to the journey of yaoi/shounen-ai *o*

  • Lucy Gatehouse

    i can’t buy it but i wanna read it, is there anywhere i can read it online?

    • Morbidprince

      Of course! Keep checking in on this site every Friday. New page every Friday.

  • Antoinette Vakarian-Dinham

    Im glad someone brings up the unfairness of blaming all the snakes for what is assumed to be a snake. I think thats bullshit.

    • Morbidprince

      Yeah I think it most likely has its roots in misunderstanding the cultural/contextual use of the word “Snake”. The original word in Hebrew meant “The Shining One”. Based on how cultures can change the meaning of words and the Bible was translated to several cultures and languages overtime people might have mis-applied the meaning of the word “Snake” But from the context it was clearly not talking about a mere animal but rather an intelligent being.

      But it is still a good idea to not mess with snakes in general, we best leave them be when we see them in the wild XD

  • Andrew Caporale

    I have not read pandect since I was in middle school! I just came back and I was like, omg when did it become color?! It threw me for a loop for a second. Lol. Side note: I am 23 now. 0.0

    • Morbidprince

      WOW welcome to the Twenties! How is life been? I’m in my 30’s now, life looks better! Not sure if I’m smarter… but I got better at things… Sorry for the extreme late reply T-T I should check these older pages more often! I hope you enjoyed the comic second time around :D

  • Jack Dunn

    Don’t you think it’s a little bit harsh to start at BL based around science with a straight up Gnostic Theistic declaration with no room for argument. I mean you’re the author, and I respect all you decision, in your comic, but it’s the first page and you straight up declared God and Christianity to be true with no elbow room. Even Agnostics don’t feel welcome.
    I mean how you feel if you clicked on a BL about religion, and got told “There is no God or gods” on the very first page. Take Startrek for example. Gene Roddenberry did start the first episode of Startrek by declaring that there was no gods straight up. Sure, he said the old religions got smaller but he didn’t say them to be wrong as the narrator where it is beyond reproach.

  • Ashley

    Wow, been years since I read this. I’m so happy I found it again! Some of my first yaoi. 😍

  • Shaina Marie

    How long has it truly been since the first time I read this…..I think it was still when the sketches were scanned in………. Thank you for this amazing story ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    I was 15 when I first read this. I loved everything— the character design, the story, the pairings, Dina’s humor, EVEN THE SKETCH LINES! I even introduced it to a friend I met in uni. She fell in love with it and even contacted Dina on Facebook years later when she saw her update again. I’m almost 30 now and it’s strange how this indie webcomic meant so much to me!