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Police Story Christian Comicbook: Bonus Origin back story, Little Soldier of the Cross: The Girl with Super-Faith

Art Greenhaw Joshua J. Knight Al Hartley Ben Dunn

47 pages
Nordskog Publishing Inc

Grammy Award-winner Art Greenhaw presents a new series of faith-based comic books, using this dime-store medium to convey the most exalted message: that is, the transformative power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Crossfire features the work of legendary comic book pioneer Al Hartley, in this re-release of his classic 1976 publication, restored and updated for a new generation. Hartley takes the reader for a ride alongside the Men in Blue as they come face to face with those most in need of hearing the Word of Life. Also included in this issue is a story featuring the Little Soldier of the Cross, who takes a stand for the Gospel in her own eccentric way, and brings her influence to bear on the confused youth of her generation.

True to classic comic-book graphic styling and simplicity of story-telling, Art Greenhaw's Truthmonger collection is inspired by Stan Lee's personal mentoring, friendship, and 20-year correspondence, and approved by the Christian Comics Code Alliance.

The perfect evangelistic tool to engage young adults.

Author Bio
Allan Hartley studied at the Art Students League of New York. While many people remember him for his work on the “Archie Christian Comics” (Spire/Barbour Christian Comics) of the 1970s, he had a long career in both commercial art and secular comics prior to that time, working for major comics publishers Atlas/Timely/Marvel, Quality, American Comics Group/ACG, and Better/Nedor/Standard alongside such well known artists such as L.B. Cole, Russ Heath, Dave Berg, Dan DeCarlo, Dick Ayers, Syd Shores, and Jack Kirby.

Art Greenhaw is a Grammy award-winning musician and producer, creator, editor, and writer.

Ben Dunn was born April 17, 1964 in Taiwan, is and Ink Pot Award Winner, and an American comic book artist. He grew up in Taiwan, Kentucky, and San Antonio, Texas. In 1984 he founded Antarctic Press, an American comic book company specializing in Manga-style titles. In 2003, he sold Antarctic to start his own development company, Sentai Studios. Dunn was also one of the primary artists involved in the short-lived Marvel Mangaverse project. He also worked as an animator for the science-fiction film “A Scanner Darkly.”

Rebecca Dunn is a creator, editor, and co-writer