Christian Comic Arts Society

A Network of Christian Fellowship for Comics Fans, Pros, and Amateurs

The CCAS has provided opportunities for fellowship and mentoring among Christian comic book professionals and enthusiasts for over 20 years.

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Brien Sparling posted a discussion

Learning webcomics by reading them

  A great web comic is an instructional treasure; a web comic where the artist/writers take time to talk about some of the art and storytelling decisions they've made is solid gold.   Beyond the Western Deep, http://www.westerndeep.net/2014/11/15/chapter-2-page-63/  by Kain and Bennett, is solid gold for both new and experienced web comic designers to poke through. It updates every Monday, and the commentary following the…See More
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ComicBook suggestions?

What comic books series would you guys recommend for me to read. I want to read some newer ones to get more insight on the status. However I want to be careful when I read newer ones. I am a marvel fan, but anything beyond that works too. See More
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Learning webcomics by reading them

  A great web comic is an instructional treasure; a web comic where the artist/writers take time to talk about some of the art and storytelling decisions they've made is solid gold.   Beyond the Western Deep,…Continue

Started by Brien Sparling in ART MENTORING & LEARNING 3 hours ago.

ComicBook suggestions? 6 Replies

What comic books series would you guys recommend for me to read. I want to read some newer ones to get more insight on the status. However I want to be careful when I read newer ones. I am a marvel fan, but anything beyond that works too. Continue

Tags: inspiration, research, reading

Started by John Klobuchar in GENERAL/MISC. Last reply by Kevin D. Lintz 8 hours ago.

XP Comic Talk 2 Replies

Hey guys! I made a podcast show where I bring in guests who are Christian comic creators or Christians who are or were in the comic industry, and discuss their projects and the Christian comic world in general.Spreaker:…Continue

Tags: rowland, comics, manga, andrew, eheroandrew

Started by Andrew Rowland in PROMOS. Last reply by Pimple face Nation and comics on Wednesday.

GO TO www.pimplefacenation.com

I need every one to start a discussion I need you to go towww.pimplefacenation.com check it out comment read My comics tell me what you thinkContinue

Started by Pimple face Nation and comics in MARKETING & PROMOTION on Wednesday.

Question About Copyrights 6 Replies

Hello everyone, I pray all is well. I had a question about copyrighting my work, and I wanted to get some advice. So here's a quick rundown: I'm working on a comic called Lightweightz, and so far I have artwork for my characters and very rough…Continue

Started by Justin Martin in BUSINESS & LOGISTICS. Last reply by Tim McKenney Nov 14.

Introductions all up in your face. 1 Reply

Hey how'd you like that needlessly aggresive youthful discussion title? Hi my name is Ian Buchanan, Im a 31 year old butcher from Scotland. So other than talking about comics I'll likely be dropping references to my gory job and criticising…Continue

Started by Ian Buchanan in INTRODUCTIONS. Last reply by Kevin D. Lintz Nov 13.

Blog Posts

Comic..

Posted by Brian Jeffrey Durham on November 11, 2014 at 12:56am 5 Comments

You know, just sketched out 15 pages.  It's nice to feel like you've got something interesting, don't you think?

Unexpressed good intentions

Posted by Brien Sparling on November 8, 2014 at 10:00am 7 Comments

    I am looking at an undelivered box, sitting on a shelf next to our dining room table. It was supposed to be mailed out to my son in a foreign country but when we found out the…

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Dave Sim and the "Comics is Comics" editorial in AN ACT OF FAITH #9...

Posted by Al Nickerson on October 29, 2014 at 12:21pm 0 Comments

With the "Comics is Comics" editorial in AN ACT OF FAITH #9, I wrote about the "Creator-owned Comics (vs. Corporate-owned Comics)" panel with Kurt Busiek and Michael Allred from this past June's Special Edition: NYC comics convention.



I…

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Help with Graphic Design/Logos/Branding

Posted by Jason Williams on October 28, 2014 at 7:41am 1 Comment

I'm available for freelance logo design if anyone needs a title logo for your book/character. Very important if you're marketing your own stuff. Check out my work, and use my inbox for requests. 

"AngelDemon" Kickstarter needs your help

Posted by James Lynch on October 21, 2014 at 8:52pm 0 Comments

Greetings, all. My name is James Lynch, founder of Hero Universe Comics. I'm looking for a little help funding our newest project, a 60 page Christian-themed graphic novel called "AngelDemon." I'd really appreciate anybody taking a couple of…

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THE WALKING DEAD...

Posted by Al Nickerson on October 11, 2014 at 12:21pm 3 Comments

I am often critical of secular television being shallow and ungodly. (Don't get me started on shows like TRUE BLOOD or THE VAMPIRE DIARIES.) I think that most television programming is preventing people from concerning themselves with the things…

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O-Boy Comic Strip #3 Posted!

Posted by Kevin Terry on October 7, 2014 at 3:12pm 2 Comments

Check out the O-Boy Webcomic strip #3 posted today! By Kevin Lintz and Kevin Terry. Thanks.

www.o-boycomics.weebly.com

Massive Update

Posted by Shandra Koger on October 3, 2014 at 12:08pm 0 Comments

Hey ya'll hadn't posted in a while so here goes...

  1. LP artbook is about finished. Sending it off to the printers next week.
  2. This weekend, the exciting conclusion to LP#10 will be up @…
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Gauntlet Magazine #2: Banner Over Ashes is Out Now!

Posted by Jonathan Matos on October 2, 2014 at 11:30am 1 Comment

Greetings CCAS family! Jon of GraphicallyChristian.com here to update you on our latest creations, and site innovations. But first, I'd love to hear from some of you about how Alpha Omega Con went. Our site is proud to have been a sponsor of the…

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Welcome to the Christian Comic Arts Society (CCAS) Online Network!

Did you know that CCAS has monthly meetings in the Los Angeles area? Contact Eric Jansen for more info!

 

Also, members of CCAS have produced the APAzine ALPHA-OMEGA for over 25 years!  We have about five openings right now!  Contact Eric Jansen for more info!  (This is a 30-member active-participation-only photocopied magazine for Christian writers and artists who submit a "trib" every other month for fun, fellowship, and critiques by other members.  Between postage and your photocopying costs, you might pay anywhere from $5 to $25 per issue.)

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Please note that the Moderators use the following guidelines when reviewing submissions to the site, and do their best to use discretion and insight when applying these guidelines to specific situations. These guidelines are not meant as a legalistic set of rules, and each site member is to be held accountable solely on the basis of their own postings.

CCAS is committed to unity within the church body. Discussions of theology and denominational differences may be allowed, but forum members are discouraged from proselytizing for their particular denominational doctrines within the forum. Please use private correspondence for that type of discussion.

CCAS is committed to respect. Forum members are encouraged to address the issues under discussion and not to resort to any denigrating characterizations of the person, regardless of how mild you deem your comments to be.

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Please note that this site is for the members and associates of the Christian Comic Arts Society, and thus basic Christian principles are expected in our interaction here. This includes consideration for the feelings and conscience of other members. Likewise, obscene/profane language, pornographic content, and libel are strictly prohibited.

Most importantly, please remember the words of Christ: "By this the world shall know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." (John 13:35)

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