"Spiritman Daily Dose 145 - Spiritman is spirit. That spiritual side of Martin that is able to transcend the physical realm. Spiritman is what Martin is like in the Spiritual realm.
But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 144 - Scott loves this page. It features a bunch of images of Spiritman and Martin talking. Simple images and the text really takes over. I like this page too because it is a timely explanation of Spiritman's connection to…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 143 - Having trouble explaining something to himself... reminds me of school. I think it is important to state again that Spiritman is not God, not an Angel, he is Martin... an imperfect person equipped by God.
"Spiritman Daily Dose 142 - Ok... there it is... yikes. In case you are wondering, it is not the demon that is speaking. The dialogue balloons belong to Martin and then Spiritman. Spiritman has the double line balloon. They are having an ongoing…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 141 - Some things we would rather not talk about. Talking about Chelsea seemed to be a little embarrassing for Martin. What about the shadow that was leaping from building to building in previous panels? I'm sure that…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 140 - Martin is stunned. Spiritman just gave him a long list of details that only Martin would know. He is wrestling with this evidence that Spiritman is Martin. God also knows Martin's secret thoughts.
"Spiritman Daily Dose 139 - The minimal use of text in this panel juxtaposes humorously with the previous panel. Spiritman tells Martin just how much he knows about him. Socrates said that "the unexamined life is not worth living." How well…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 138 - Des Moines is actually a pretty nice place. I travel down for the Comic Book I-CON, a convention put on by the Iowa Comic Book Club. There is one coming up on December 16. It is a much more family friendly convention than…"
"The comic book reader/viewer is at our website...
it animates the transition from panel to panel. My last comment was not as clear as I would have liked, but there it is..."
"Thank you for spending time with the images. That is something good to think about. What is happening here is that in the print version of the comic there is one image with a lot of text. When I put the image into our comic reader script I break it…"
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I am a naturally shy and quiet person. Following Christ has given me the courage to face my day. I grew up going to a small Presbyterian church in Conrad, IA. I generally thought of myself as a christian. I wasn't very purposeful in following God until a friend challenged me. He said "if you believe these things about God, then it should be the most important, world changing thing in your life." That is when I began to truly follow Christ.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
Drawing Spiritman comics.
Favorite Comic Creators:
John Buscema, Dave McKeon, Phil Hester, Jack Kirby, Val Simeks
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