I'm interested in fantasy and scifi especially if it's allegorical of the Word of God (like any of the books by C.S. Lewis or J.R.R. Tolkien). I'm also interested in comics and video games.
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I grew up in the church, so I can't say that there was ever a time that I didn't believe in Jesus. However, strangely enough I truly began to love Him and except Him as my lord and savior after reading the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe when I was nine.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
My dream job would be to make a very well drawn, detailed graphic novel about biblical truths in an allegorical form, so that those who have eyes to see would see.
Favorite Comic Creators:
I know these are not Christian comic creators, however I like the artwork of Mike Mignola (albeit somewhat demonic though well drawn), Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Bob Kane and Frank Miller.
Welcome to the CCAS. Thank you for posting your work and it is excellent. May the God of our Savior, Jesus Christ, richly bless you in the knowledge of Him. btw I believe Scott Shuford is the site administrator.
I am not one of the admins, just one of unofficial greeters. Probably the fastest way to reach an admin is to click on the "report an issue" button at the bottom of most of these pages.
I share your great affection for CS Lewis fiction. I've found his theological essays to be hard to get through, except for Mere Christianity. Are you familiar with his Sci-fi trilogy, particularly The Hideous Strength?
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Did you know that CCAS has monthly meetings in the Los Angeles area? Contact Eric Jansen for more info!
Also, members of CCAS have produced the APAzine ALPHA-OMEGA for over 25 years! We have about five openings right now! Contact Eric Jansen for more info! (This is a 30-member active-participation-only photocopied magazine for Christian writers and artists who submit a "trib" every other month for fun, fellowship, and critiques by other members. Between postage and your photocopying costs, you might pay anywhere from $5 to $25 per issue.)