So, yes, I mean "fantastic" quite literally, as this scenario could not be more removed from reality. Now, most people aren't going to be convinced to change their entire way of living because they got handed a pamphlet by a stranger. So, really, only the truly vulnerable are going to be swayed. Which means simply providing a simple fear-based "possible" scenario would be effective. But, when you explore these Jack Chick oeuvres, you see that they take every concern and heighten the possible outcomes to an amazingly preposterous degree. Which makes the whole comic like the Hulk bringing Superman to the fair to help him win the High Striker game.
Here's a perfect example of the insanity, from the pamphlet "Sin Busters":
"Your 'little' affair gave your pregnant wife syphilis and the AIDS virus. When she found out she was so shocked she fainted on top of your 8 week old puppy, crushing it to death, which so upset your toddler that she ran sobbing into traffic where she was killed by your mother who happened to be driving by and who became so distraught when she realized what she had done that she beheaded herself by bringing the trunk lid down on her head, which lead to a whole spate of suicides by trunk lid of everyone in your immediate family. Was it worth it?"
But, in fairness, even hate literature can occasionally make a valid point.
Like this one, from the same strip:
Almost? The other day, 12 hours with just my folks took me the whole way...
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