It is found on the home page of Victory Baptist Church in Clarkston, Michigan and is captioned as "Jack Chick & Pastor Bob Nogalski, Summer 2006."
The figure alleged to be Chick is holding a copy of his tract Bad Bob! and pointing to Pastor Nogalski because of the similarity of Pastor Nogalski's life story to that of the character Bad Bob.
The Victory Baptist Church web site also includes Pastor Nogalski's testimony regarding his life and how it intersects with Bad Bob's.
Now, the question on the minds of most JA.O readers will be: Is the photo of the reclusive Chick authentic?
In our day and age, photos certainly can lie, and so I'd be interested to know what PhotoChoppers can make of the picture's authenticity. That's a subject I can't speak to, but perhaps we'll hear from some of them in the combox.
What I can say is this: The man in the picture does look (apart from the comic expression on his face) much like I remember Jack Chick looking when I met him at the premier of his film, Light of the World.
And here's the picture I drew of Chick after the event:
I can also say that the setting in which the picture was taken lends some credibility of the photo. It looks to me like the descriptions of the foyer of Chick Publications that I've read. I would guess that Pastor Nogalski visited Chick Publications in Summer 2006, met Chick, and (impressed by the pastor's testimony regarding his connection with Bad Bob) Chick let the picture be taken, likely not realizing that it would find its way onto the Internet.
I've thought about driving up to visit Chick's offices. They're just a couple of hours up the road from me. But I've never done it.
Maybe after this picture, I will.
(BTW, a TEN GALLON CHT to the reader who e-mailed!)