I feel I would be remiss if I did not introduce you to one of Jack Chick's most infamous creations, Bob Williams. Generally, Chick tracts do not have recurring characters save for Scary Faceless God and Satan. However, there are two series within his overall tract catalog that break this pattern: the Li'l Suzy tracts, aimed at children and headed by the titular Suzy (who is supposed to be sweet and cute but comes off as a homophobic, xenophobic, bullying little monster) and the Bible Stories series of tracts, headed by Bob Williams.
Who is Bob Williams? A smug, fanatical computer repairman who has the (possibly demonic) power to convert most anyone he meets. He is so prolific that he proselytizes in twenty-five tracts. What compelling arguments must he make to warrant being such a major presence in Chick's oeuvre? Let's find out in his debut story!
In the beginning, giraffes and apatosauruses had a contest to see whose neck was the longest, and the apatosaurus won. Then the giraffes were such sore losers that they stood on each other's shoulders until they reached the asteroid belt by Mars and knocked one such asteroid into the Earth, driving the dinosaurs into extinction. Giraffes are hardcore.