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Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 7.125 X 5 (inches)
Legends of the Faith Comic #1 - Stories of Jonah, Noah, and DanielEikon Bible Art / Other$1.50
The Tears of Jehovah, Volume 8, Z Graphic Novels / Son of SamsonBud RogersZondervan / 2010 / Trade Paperback$5.49 Retail:
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Just Another Holsom Sunday!My Healthy Church / 2012 / Trade Paperback$1.79 Retail:
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ONE FINAL BATTLE BRINGS GLORY ... OR DESTRUCTION The war appears lost and Argon Falls is doomed, but Hana's friends still believe in the power of prayer. With their support, her faith is restored and Hana bravely rejoins the fight. But when the forces of good and evil face off once more, the final battle will determine the fate of Argon Falls forever.
Rob Corley is a veteran animator with Disney, San Marco Films, and Curious Pictures. Rob is also the cofounder Funnypages Productions, an animation development and illustration company, and Funnypages Press, a comic book publisher.
Tom Bancroft is a veteran Disney and Big Idea animator. While with Big Idea, he designed and directed the LarryBoy series of videos. Tom still keeps his hands in animation, but he also enjoys creating comics.
Ariel has been drawing comics for the past fifteen years in the Philippines. His most recent work has been on the relaunch of the eighties comic series The Maze Agency for IDW Publishing.
Funnypages Productions is a studio founded by veteran Disney and Big Idea animators Tom Bancroft and Rob Corley. Their goal is to capture the fun and excitement of animation in books for readers of all ages.
boustrophedonAge: 45-54Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Published in 2010? I wish!February 16, 2012boustrophedonAge: 45-54Gender: maleMy family is looking forward to the conclusion, having discovered this series in a bookstore in 2007. Why Zondervan delayed the finale for a year and a half is anyone's guess. While some Christians might balk at the parallel-world and martial-arts aspects, the story makes the point that Jesus calls us to be strong and courageous because life is sometimes daunting and scary -- and He does some of His best work in the midst of our suffering. Tomo is a good series for tweens and young teens, or any fan of manga.