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Samuel Harris
  • 29, Male
  • Lynchburg, VA
  • United States
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Would anyone be interested in reviewing my story?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Martin Murtonen Nov 24, 2010. 4 Replies

Hey everyone, I'm a writer and I've written several chapters of a story about a Christian superhero called the Watchman. I'd like it to become a comic book eventually, but right now it's just in…Continue

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Lynchburg, VA
Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
Writing all sorts of things, including short stories, the occasional novel, poetry, skits or plays, and comics. I do some drawing too, but I think I'm a lot better at writing (and I like it better overall).
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I was raised in a Christian home and said a prayer of salvation when I was only four. However, I wasn't very serious about my walk with God for a while, and I fell deeply into sin in my preteen years. When I was thirteen my family started going to a more active church than the one we had been at before, and I began to get serious about God. I have walked with Him since.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
Writer of one or more successful ongoing series.
Favorite Comic Creators:
Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Bill Finger and Bob Kane, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, John Romita Sr. and Jr., Gerry Conway, Len Wein, J. Michael Straczynski, Kurt Busiek, J.M. Demmateis, Brian Michael Bendis, Todd McFarlane, Mark Bagley, Walter and Louise Simonson, Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale, Mark Waid, Mike Wieringo, Jim Davis, Charles M. Schultz, Bill Watterson, Bill Amend, Scott Adams, Gary Larson, Frank Cho...the list could go on and on.

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Samuel Harris's Blog

Truth and goodness in a dead world: A review of the Walking Dead comic book series (from beginning to present)

Posted on July 30, 2012 at 11:37am 3 Comments

Being primarily a fan of more mainstream comics like Marvel and DC superheroes, it sometimes takes me a while to hear about and get into comics of other genres and companies. But I had heard about Image's series The Walking Dead from several people and wanted to check it out. So, earlier this year, I started reading the…


Rise (a spoiler-free reflection on Batman, tragedy, heroism, and self-sacrifice)

Posted on July 26, 2012 at 8:33am 2 Comments

(Note: I originally posted this on my blog. You can see the original post here.)

I feel like I should write something about Batman–both the recent movie itself (but this post does not…


Lead Singer of Casting Crowns Auctions Off Unique Avengers Desk for Charity

Posted on July 5, 2012 at 9:08am 0 Comments

Now that you've seen The Avengers, how would you like to get a bunch of their gadgets and powers and become a hero yourself? No, you probably can't divert a missile safely into another dimension, or smash the god of mischief with your bare hands, but you could do the next best thing: own a custom-made, one-of-a-kind…


CCAS Review: Batman: The Dark Knight #1

Posted on October 24, 2011 at 10:00pm 1 Comment

In an effort to make its stories more accessible to new

readers, DC recently launched The New 52, cancelling all of its existing titles

and starting 52 new series with revamped and rebooted versions of its major

characters. But how will the New 52 affect the DC universe? Will new readers

actually be attracted? Will old fans still be interested? Will the new titles

be fresh and new, or disappointing and unfaithful to the original continuity?



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At 2:40pm on May 16, 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 10:43am on October 13, 2010, Scott A. Shuford said…
HI Sam - the article is up on the CCAS site as a featured item. Give it another set of eyes and see if I missed anything in the formatting. :) Great job.
At 10:12pm on June 7, 2010, Nate Bowen said…
At 10:11pm on June 7, 2010, Nate Bowen said…
Hey Sam check out the poster for one of my new projects. Tell me what you think.

God bless
At 1:49pm on June 2, 2010, Melchizedek Todd said…
Hey Samuel thanks for your comments. Yea, in the next volumes you learn more about Minloko and Sau and what makes them tick. Volume 2 also opens up one of the major plots to the series.
If time and popularity permits, i may have to do another series just to play around with other stories about the characters. Allegories ends at 5 volumes and even my webcomic won't go into the possiblities I could do with the "world" I made. But it's fun to see where it'll all go.
At 10:29pm on April 21, 2010, J.C. Waldeck said…
Sorry it's taken so long to get back to you, my plate is overflowing at the moment. 'The Last Disciple' is a conspiracy/action/superhero story set within the church. The basic story line is:
The Illuminati is a group of men from around the world that are
in some way, directly or indirectly in control of every church based
on Christianity in the world. The leaders of the church are the men
with no face. The men behind the curtain that are always there,
and always watching, but never seen. A council of men. All
D.O.G.’s that have climbed their way up a very long and
sometimes dangerous ladder. The leader of the Illuminati
is named the lord All Seer. The lord All Seer is said to have a link
to God, and God’s will for the world is told through him.
The All Seer passes the will down to the Illuminati, the Illuminati
passes it down to the religious leaders of the world, the religious
leaders pass it down to the different denominations, and so on,
and so on. The Lords’ will be done.
The Illuminati chooses orphans that are given up for adoption
at birth to become servants of God. From those many that are
chosen only a few are sent to a special boarding school
that is run by the Illuminati. In this school they
are being watched and tested in all aspects of their lives. Those
that are strong enough to last through this training,
move on to become the ‘Dicsiples of God.’ D.O.G.'s are the
first and foremost protectors of God and the Council. The
Council’s own police force against the evil of this world. Once in
a generation the All Seer is able to choose a disciple to be given
“The Power of God.” No one knows which year, or even the
identity of the disciple that is chosen. No one but the
All Seer. It is then that chosen ones duty to serve Gods’ will.
It is his destiny to protect the world.
…. and so his story begins....
The main theme of the story is that if you have faith in God Anything is possible!
Thanks for the interest! God Bless!
At 11:18am on February 3, 2010, sir brandon noel said…
well i respected any man whos willing to dress like his own charchator
At 10:38am on December 17, 2009, Scott A. Shuford said…
It will likely be both - perfect person is someone who is a Christian working in the secular market because I think that's the desire of most folks, but I'm happy to have anyone. It can be very cool to interview secular folks for this audience. Shoot me the questions. I'll review and get back to ya.
At 10:36am on December 5, 2009, Nate Bowen said…
Hey, Sam. I can see that the watchman is a creative idea, because its kind of popular on here.I know you've seen Shanon's version.
May God Bless you
At 4:07pm on November 29, 2009, Scott A. Shuford said…
HI Sam - exactly right, people in the comics industry. Do you have some experience in writing via a blog or other experience? It doesn't need to be fancy...

I have several people I'd like to have interviewed. I can set you up with an intro email. As for questions, why don't you brainstorm 7-10 questions you'd want to know from an industry person, then I'll add 2 cents onto those.


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