Even if you removed the dialogue from the pages, you could still "feel" what was happening in the story. Crott's use of color in storytelling is a long lost art that I wish modern-day comic artists would take the time to remember.
This week we did something special, we did a two-part interview with Andrew Rowland of XP Comics. For this second part, we take on a few subjects. We talk about if Christians should be in the Comic Book Industry and how to break out into the Comic Industry.
This week we did something special, we did a two-part interview with Andrew Rowland of XP Comics. This first part we talk about the origins of Andrew’s Melchizedek: King of Justice. If that title sounds familiar then it may be because you read our review on the series just a few weeks ago. Click the graphic below to check out that review!
Unfortunately, in this day in age, there just aren't many mainstream superheroes that are truly geared towards a faith-based crowd. Sure, we have a "Christian" superhero in Daredevil, whose Catholic faith creates interesting plot points. And we have "moral" superheroes in pre-Secret Empire Captain America and DC Rebirth's version of Superman (who really is just a return to the classic Superman). But genuine, Scripture-quoting, "In Jesus Name" praying, Holy Spirit filled superheroes are a sad absence in most if not all major comic book companies.