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Greg Granderson liked Mark Poe's blog post DC & Marvel Covers 1970 • John Romita Sr • Curt Swan • Gil Kane • WhiteHeart – Bye Bye Babylon • Jesus Culture – Spirit Break Out • Project: NewMan 1:28 • Humants 1:28
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"HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA! •Independence Day by White Heart •Breathe by Jonny Diaz •Project: New Man 1:27 •Humants 1: 27"
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"Happy Fathers Day! - The Perfect Father - Neal Adams - Project: NewMan 1:24 - Humants 1:24"
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"D-Day, Neal Adams, Jim Steranko, Chris McClarney, Hollyn and more!"
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"Kari Jobi, Cody Carnes – Cover the Earth • DocuSeries - Jack Kirby & Neal Adams • Project: NewMan 1:22 • Humants 1:22"
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"Happy Memorial Day! The origins of the Jesus Movement. DC & Marvel Cover 1967!"
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Albertville, Alabama
Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
Comic book conception, art and storytelling. Graphic art used for clip art.
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I learned to read and loved to read. Sunday comics strips were first, then comic books and Doc Savage paper back books. I was reading the Bible before I accepted the Lord as Savior. I was born again when I was just a kid. I have been seeking how to use my talents as a testimony ever since.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
Producing my own titles every month. I was influenced by the Silver Age and Bronze Age comics, mostly Marvel. I once wanted to work for Marvel or DC.
Favorite Comic Creators:
Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Gardner Fox, Carminie Infantino, John Romita, Sr. John and Sal Buscema, Neal Adams, Alex Toth, John Byrne, Gene Colan, Don Heck, Jim Starlin, Dave Simons, Michael Golden, Art Adams, Jim Lee and others.

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At 7:21am on June 22, 2018, Edgar Campusano said…

Thank you for those encouraging words! That was good fuel to get me started on the right foot today.

At 12:54pm on June 12, 2018, Edgar Campusano said…

Hello Mark God bless you, I wanted to know if you can resend me the email that you said you sent yesterday if it would be to much to ask. I look forward hearing from you soon. Peace

I added a new team member of the Athlete Men his name is Power-Lift

Let me know what you think of him.

Dionesie Dewitt was severely disabled after being electrocuted as a Teen. Dionesie was in a coma for 4 months and intense care for another 4 months. After that it’s been surgeries in and out of the hospital. Basically his teen years was inside a hospital. Despite about 40 surgeries, burns to a majority of his body and the amputation of his arm, the 24-year-old recently competed in his first powerlifting competition. Dionesie Dewitt who uses a prosthetic arm recently competed in a powerlifting competition. Dionesie Dewitt trained at the Powerhouse Gym in the urban parts of Pennslyvania and used special arm attachments and a little creativity. People working out at the gym compliment him and say he has become an inspiration to everyone. A private agency who specialize in limp enhancement offered him a opportunity to make a difference and he took on the offer with his parents approval.

Dionesie Dewitt Personality : Helpful ,Discreet, Fair, Encouraging, Imaginative Observant, Adventurous,
Dependable, Valiant and Selfcontrol.
Dionesie Dewitt ability: He has been given two Nano biotech prosthetic arms with the ability to Lift any object and it’s undetermined the capacity of any objects weight he can lift. He has the ability to cause tremor effects by him just punching on the pavement and it can cause large cracking’s making the floor unstable which paralyzes his opponents.

At 6:13am on June 12, 2018, Edgar Campusano said…

Good morning Mark would it be possible for you to email me with your rate fee on pin ups. my email is or I look forward hearing from you soon. Peace

At 10:44pm on June 8, 2018, Edgar Campusano said…

Thanks Mark for replying and yes these characters are part of the A-men book line which i resently made the move to copyright all my characters. Mark I like wise like your set of Heroes in Mega comics and would like to purchase one of your books and if its not to much of a trouble it would be a honor to have you draw a pencil sketch pin up of the Athlete Men...Please email me at and let me know if your able to do this commission Sketch. Peace

At 3:07pm on June 5, 2018, Edgar Campusano said…

Hi my name is Edgar, I came across your art work and it’s inspiring!!! I wanted to know what are your rate fee on pin ups and sequential story board art project. I hope to hear from you soon Peace and Aspyre


At 2:32pm on March 30, 2018, Ralph Ellis Miley said…

Welcome, welcome Mr. Mark Poe.  It is good to have you with us.  May our gracious Lord and Savior continue to richly bless you and the works of your hands.

At 5:00pm on March 25, 2018, Yoshi Rhul said…

Hi there! I hope you find good fellowship in the CCAS!


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