Christian Comic Arts Society

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    Webcomic Daughter of the Lilies lays out Grace powerfully in the context of an inspiring story.Go see it!!

    Its also fascinating the way the artist MegS layers Grace out: smoothly but emotionally embedded in the story; then (after a warning that she might get a bit preachy) a more detailed presentation of God's grace in the discussion section.  And the readers response from a diverse range of backgrounds is amazing!



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major trip! the Asian-style supernatural themes allow for some major weirdness, like Spirited Away and Avatar, i'm not much into anime to say the least, but i dig it


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