"Spiritman Daily Dose 87 - So, if a villain says that Martin is up to no good, does it mean that Martin is actually up to a lot of good? Anyway, Martin really needs to work on his tailing skills if he is going to get into the superhero…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 86 - So, it was a dream... and it was also real. I think that's where we are. So Martin is afraid, which totally makes sense. The 2 thugs from his dream were rough characters. So Martin has to decide, do I keep following…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 85 - I love how Martin agrees with the narrator about how much time has passed. That's what you call good editing.
Scott (the writer) has chimed in with some words about Martin... "For Martin, his prayer life is as…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 84 - "Go already." Martin has spent a lot of time dipping his toes into the water. Should I follow Chelsea or not? Scott (the writer) has done a good job building tension in the story here. What kind of story would it…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 83 - Notice how Martin breaks the 4th wall by looking directly at the viewer? The separation between comic panel and viewer is broken down. The intention is to invite the viewer to follow along with Martin as he follows Chelsea.…"
"Spiritman Daily Dose 82 - Martin sure spends a lot of time praying. I think he has been praying for 2 and 1/2 pages now... Whew. He is asking how he can tell the difference between what God wants and his own desires. Reading the scriptures are a…"
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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