Haftarah Worth a Thousand Words

Levi Welton is a jack of all trades — well, my kinds of trades, anyway: he writes, directs, performs and teaches the King David Show, a one-man performance that takes you back to the times where the rulers of Israel were less concerned about (allegedly) embezzling funds and more about building temples.

He’s also a cartoonist. And he’s just embarked on a new endeavor: to make a cartoon for each week’s haftarah. Here’s this week’s. And then you can check back each week on his parashah blog to catch the new one. (And, while you’re at it, check out our new weekly haftarah commentaries


vayikra: the haftarah in comics

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