OK, I am too old and missing it - but what is this SPARLOCK phenomenon?

by james_woods 47 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • OnTheWayOut

    Their DVD and the cover are all WAY OVER THE TOP. They are more like spoofs of the Watchtower teachings but that's really their message.

  • DT

    "BWHWHAHAHAHAHA, SPARLOCK! We need to widely diffuse a picture of Sparlock all over the internet, and start making memes. Someone get on this!"

    You've been missing out. It's already happening. He already has a Facebook fan page, a Twitter profile, a Yahoo group and Youtube videos. There is talk about a wikipedia page and merchandise. Here are some of his memes http://www.quickmeme.com/Sparlock/popular/?upcoming

    Here are the search results for #Sparlock on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/%23sparlock

  • designs

    SPARLOCK has its own Facebook page

    This thing could be their biggest seller yet.

  • Knowsnothing

    Wow, the memes... the GLORIOUS MEMES!

  • wha happened?
    wha happened?

    you can find it on Wibble James

  • Low-Key Lysmith
    Low-Key Lysmith

    I wonder if the WTBS will realize the money-making, marketing potential of their new satanic action figure? Keep an eye out for New Light on the subject with a flip flop. "Sparlock is Jehovah's champion! He uses magic given to him by The Holy Spirit-the GOOD kind of magic, Jehovah's magic." "You must immediately purchase one of these action figures for every child in your household for the unbelievably low suggested price of "$25.99!" "Waht a blessing Jehovah has bestowed upon his young people." "We are confident that this will be a very happifying arrangement."

  • james_woods

    I was just about to check old Wibble to see if our Wizard Hero had graced those pages.

  • Nice_Dream

    I would love to see this movie clip songified, like what schmoyoho does on youtube!

  • brizzzy

    Rebel8, it's not a hoax. I've heard a lot of ex-JWs say it must be satire/parody when they first see it. I thought so, too. But it's CONFIRMED. From the lips of a GB member himself:


    And this is only the first. There are apparently more animated DVDs coming.

  • wha happened?
    wha happened?

    I can't wait. The GB obviously did not do any market research on what kids play with these days. Honestly if a kid showed up at school with a Sparlock doll, he'd better be 8 or younger or he's going to be marked as a dork from the get go

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