Hi Aaron, as i know you like Christian comics, so I know you'll love The Word for WORD Bible Comic, please check it out at the KS page, it's going well but I still need lots of backers so I hope as a CCAS member you'll please pray on pledging to support this project...
Sir, hello there. I went to your site. I like the fact you have a heart for kids. If you like drawing, please consider drawing me a 'Raegan and RJ in Space!' picture or sketch, e-mail it to me email@example.com, and I will send you $30 by certified mail that day. Go to my web site for ideas. You can do pencil, computer, whatever. The web site ishttp://www.raeganandrjinspace.comwhere my trilogy is. The idea we are trying to do is to create a family friendly Christian Science Fiction story without any guns, aliens, or battles. The excitement comes form the adventures the kids go on. I will post your artwork in the 'amazing art' section for kids all over the world to enjoy. It is kind of a 'niche' genre, so if you are not into it I won't be offended, just say so. Some day R&RJiS is going to be BIGGER than Star Wars, maybe, if God wants it to. 'Go Raegan and RJ in space!' God bless. Rich Collins
Well, not as good as I’d like. It seems like I can come up with a hundred different heroes and villains, but very few names for them. :P
One of the most frustrating is Trigometer. I've thought about calling him Pyramex or just Trig, but I’m still hoping the perfect name will pop in my head. I'm having a hard time with my speedster as well. He’s a bit of a hothead, and his powers aren't exactly speed-based.
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