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Kevin D. Lintz
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  • Fort Worth, TX
  • United States
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Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion A quick update/ Deciding on Hazel's powerand mak
"She could hear footsteps of a fleeing criminal or even distinguish between different footprints in a crowd. She could hear the tumblers in a lock as they turn and be able to pick a lock more easily. She could hear the tones of a keypad or phone and…"
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Mar 8
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion A few questions
"1. Planning Process Writing mysteries is very tricky. You have to absolutely know all of the details and clues and then strategically lay them out in your story so your characters and your readers can start to pick up on them, but not give away the…"
Mar 1
Kevin D. Lintz commented on Erik Scott Jachode's photo

The Genesis of Orange the Juggling Robo-Toy

"Nice artwork. When you say you have a storyline you would like to see, does that mean you have art but no script?"
Feb 23
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Having my wisdom teeth out Monday
"I remember having mine out. Take it easy and definitely follow all the cleaning directions they tell you."
Feb 18
Kevin D. Lintz commented on Kevin Terry's photo


"O-Boy is never far away when evil needs to be defeated and justice needs to be restored!"
Feb 18
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Feb 17
Kevin D. Lintz commented on Kevin Yong's blog post Updates Coming Soon
Feb 13
Kevin D. Lintz replied to Al Nickerson's discussion Recommended reading...
"I really enjoyed Matt Madden's "99 Ways to Tell a Story". It is a very interesting look at tons of different variations of a few simple panels."
Feb 7
Kevin D. Lintz replied to Brien Sparling's discussion What are the CCAS "decency limits?"
"Whew! Asking the big questions :) 1) Makes perfect sense. Lets treat each other well and show love, in our communications, in our critiques, in everything. 2) This is where Christian art gets super tricky. I think about R. Crumb's Genesis,…"
Jan 31
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Anime recommendations for a 9 and 12 year old
"I don't know of that many off the top of my head, but check the site Common Sense Media. They do lots of reviews of shows."
Dec 24, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz commented on Hope Daalling's blog post Picture Books and Thoughts
"If it is a combination of art and words, it certainly fits the definition of comic or graphic novel (although you don't necessarily even need words, think about G I Joe #21). As for the darker tone, there is nothing inherently wrong with that.…"
Dec 23, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Trying to decide on a tone for my series
"You are correct, it is a lot of work! Congratulations for sticking with it and not giving up. I think the key is to find balance. Choose the main mood for your story (serious or lighthearted) and make the majority of the characters fit that mood.…"
Dec 20, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"No need to worry about that. Some people will like it, some people won't. Don't try to write stories that are so watered down that they won't bother anyone. If you have a story to tell, tell it. If you have a message to give,…"
Dec 14, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"Honestly, I think that you are thinking too much about it. Genetic mutations can be inherited, or they can be random. They can express themselves or they can be dormant.  There is no need for you to track all of the genetic markings of your…"
Dec 14, 2017

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Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
Comics, computers, chess
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I was born and raised in the church and became a Christian at age 11. I have taught kindergarten Sunday School for 16 years.
I know that comics can be a powerful tool for spreading the Gospel and I want to help make that happen.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
Writer on a regular title of my own
Letterer or big name book
Favorite Comic Creators:
John Cassaday, Joss Whedon, Greg Rucka,

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New webcomic - Team SLUG Origins

Posted on June 16, 2016 at 7:44pm 5 Comments

We are happy to announce a collaborative webcomic between me and Kevin Terry, Team SLUG Origins!

Team SLUG is a comic that I created with another writer named Shannon Thomas and an artist named Matt Kaufenberg. It has appeared in print only and we had a great four issue run.

We have now expanded our work with a new artist, CCAS's own Kevin Terry. The webcomic is called Team SLUG…


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At 4:08pm on March 8, 2017, Justin Lillard said…

Thanks for the welcome!

At 8:23am on November 9, 2015, Jazmyne said…

Hi Kevin! Thanks for the friend invite! Do you have any comics online that I can read?

At 5:29pm on June 4, 2015, Eric Jansen said…

Hey Kevin, I'm trying to send you a message, but your name is not popping up in my allowed messages.  Please send me a message if you can, with your email so we can communicate about ALPHA-OMEGA more directly.  Thanks!

At 1:18pm on May 15, 2014, Simon Amadeus Pillario said…

Hi ya, I know you like Christian comics so I know you'll love The Word for WORD Bible Comic(Unabridged, historically accurate graphic novel of the Bible with a high view of scripture. For ages 15+) 

To complete the first book I need your help, as I am raising funds on Kickstarter. My passion is to get God's Word in full into the hands of young believer and unbelievers and comic lovers of all ages, in the hope they will come to really know God. 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 pledge to support this project...

If you are concerned about the accuracy and faithfulness to the text please read this Blog...

PS - Please add me as a friend here on CCAS

At 7:21pm on February 24, 2014, Jeff Slemons said…

Glad you like 'em, Kevin.

At 1:13pm on November 28, 2012, Richard O. Jones said…

Thank you for responding to my inquiry.

At 11:19am on November 28, 2012, Richard O. Jones said…


Are you interesting in learning about an opportunity to work with an upcoming home-based greeting cards business? I compose the inscriptions, you illustrate the inscription with unique cartoon characters. For more info contact me.


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