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Gospelman

Follow the adventures of Gospelman, once just an ordinary man without God and unable to live up to his true potential, but now a superhero sharing the love of Jesus Christ with a world in need of rescuing! Stories may range from Everyone to 16+.

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@KinglyPeasant: Thanks!
The new webcomic URL is http://gospelman.thecomicstrip.org/ and http://gospelmanadventures.webcomic.ws/ but I hope to place the newer content here as well.
This comic is so adorable. Go Gospel-man!
Back Cover Art
I think I'll use this as the back cover artwork for the first comic strip collection booklet.

As you can see, I don't yet have a solid and consistent character design going yet. Muscles and proportions are slightly different. So is the chin and head, I think. I may like this version the most so far.
CartoonistWill
September 23rd, 2011
Not sure if this counts as a Gospelman comic strip or not but...

This was from an idea I got while sitting in church. I can't remember what was being preached, but the preacher mentioned a man who, living with nothing but some clothes and a Bible in a mud hut as the leader of his village, visited America and was glad to leave as he feared the comforts here would cause him to not have to trust so heavily in the Lord. We believers in America and other 1st world countries have it easy most of the time. Those who live in 3rd world countries, etc, know what faith is. They have to trust in God every day even for the things we take for granted like food, shelter, and safety. And their relationship with Jesus Christ is even stronger because of it.

And, oh yeah, that's supposed to be me on the left. Look at me. All smug and American. How dare I, lol.
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@ Smeagol92055 - You're welcome! It's my goal to change that. Thanks for the encouragement. :-)

@ Mr.Brickwithfeet - Hey, no problem and thanks, man! Sometimes I make fun of people too because, well, sometimes we Christians and people in general really do believe and do things that are silly or stupid, ha ha ha. I'd tell you about my other superhero comic on here, SuperMilo who is a true degenerate unlike Gospelman, but looks like you're already a fan of it! :-D You'll gets lots of laughs from that one.
Wow, I have 2 fave this comic if only bcuz u were brave enough 2 do it. I mean, my comic is based heavily on Christian beliefs and ideas, but it's more just making fun of people.

Sorry, it's my favorite pastime.
Here we see the Gospelman character's design still coming into its own. I think his eyes here are closer to how I want them.

Today's Gospelman is a comic strip and is a part of the "Everyone" rated Gospelman. It is not solely for younger readers nor is it directed only toward mature audiences.

When commenting, due to the controversial feelings and thoughts that politics and religion often bring up, remember to always comment in a mature and professional way. Thank you.
This is actually a pretty good-willed...comic..yeah, kind of reminds me of a humor-based Bibleman.
Today's Gospelman is a comic strip and is a part of the "Everyone" rated Gospelman. It is not solely for younger readers like the previous strip, nor is it directed only toward mature audiences. The strip in its originally form would take some thinking to understand but I felt lead, hopefully Holy Spirit lead, to add a couple of Bible verses.

When commenting, due to the controversial feelings and thoughts that politics and religion often bring up, remember to always comment in a mature and professional way. Thank you.
This is a Christian comic I conceived back in 2004 or 2005.

Today's strip, the origin, is more of the basic concept of Gospelman. It is presented in a way that is directed more towards much younger audiences, although my desire is to present the series to a broader range of readers.

Christian entertainment is an almost completely untapped market and I have a desire to both teach and entertain in a way that hopefully won't put people to sleep and will not insult their intelligence (something most religious and secular kids' edutainment fails to do).

There are plans to make a Gospelman series for three different age ranges: Young readers as seen above (age 8-10), Everyone (the GM comic strip), and older audiences (Teens 13/16 ). Gospelman for older audiences will be marked appropriately as to caution parents, much like certain episodes of "Adventures in Odyssey."

When commenting, due to the controversial feelings and thoughts that politics and religion often bring up, remember to always comment in a mature and professional way. Thank you.