Check out this funny collection of Beast-inspired numbers. The Dragon would not be amused.
Sure, everyone loves Bible scenes acted out by little Lego men, but their take on Revelation is particularly worth a scroll.
Okay, somebody had to make a movie about the Book of Revelation, right? This film isn't much for historical accuracy, but it makes up for it with awesome low-budget dramatizations of scenes right from John's letter.
Staring born-again Christian actor, Kirk Cameron, this movie portrays the beginning of a modern-day apocalypse.
Check out the full text of Revelation, so you can relive all the freaky visions first-hand.
Here's all kinds of informative coverage from PBS on the last and creepiest book of the Bible.
Ghostbusters actually quotes the Book of Revelation. Well, misquotes it. The passage Ray and Winston mean to cite is Revelation 6:12. But we're impressed anyway.
Here's a hymn based on Revelation 5:12. Sung with loveliness by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.
Biblical scholar Elaine Pagels sits down with Terry Gross to discuss her work, Book of Revelation: Visions, Prophecy, and Politics. Smart people talking about cool stuff—doesn't get much better than that.
Nothing terrible happened on this date (6/6/06), but that didn't stop people from freaking out just a little.
Another NPR story about the impact Revelation has had on our culture. Hint: a lot.
Check out this map of Patmos, just in case you want to explore the home of our visionary narrator.
This is what it looked like in the wayback days.
Check out the little spot in Patmos where John is rumored to have seen all his heavenly visions.
Here's a cool, modern take on those ancient apocalyptic riders.
This is a classic Far Side comic, which demonstrates that work in Hell doesn't always go as planned.
A handy little flowchart for the events in Revelation. Pin it to your wall so you never forget a bloody detail.