Name: Robert Thomas Baumer Website: http://www.soussherpa.com Comment: I hope you like my work.
Name: Stephen Kok
Comment: Thanks for helping showcase my site. I currently have my first Kickstarter which I am hoping to get some publicity for.
Name: Darrell Goza
Comment: Wow. The last two years of The ADAPT™ Project has been great. 2015 begins a new endeavor as we continue the online strips but add print products to the mix. We’ll start off humbly enough but are making a dedicated effort to be consistent in getting the work done and out. We’ll also be introducing concepts and characters never seen in comic content products before.
Name: C.S.R. Calloway
Comment: This is the link to my website “run” by the superheroes in my debut novel and upcoming graphic novel.
Name: Jennifer Rash Website: http://dreamangelsparadise.com/blog/ Comment: "The Dream Angel series stars Arora Arum, an artistic young woman just recently graduated from high school. But Arora has a secret, and it's a big one! She is secretly the superhero, Dream Angel! She has been fighting for freedom for the last three years from the evil Nyxus, who rules behind the scenes and pulls the strings of power in her home, South Bartin City. But the battle is turned as we start our tale as her family is put in danger and it looks like the evil Nyxus has learned her secret identity!"
Name: Jean-Paul Deshong Website: http://www.blackberryjuice.net Comment: I am looking for people to review my book Sons of Fate (ORIGINS), the first in the trilogy that is Sons of Fate. Please let me know the process for submission. It is more than just the graphic novel, but the web series as well. To see the ENTIRE experience, please go to the site above Thank you, and I look forward to hear from you.
There are hundreds of Artist with great ideals, but do not have the platform to showcase their books. G7 plans on becoming that beacon and inspire artists to believe in themselves and keep drawing and creating for themselves, not for other people’s opinions.I love what ICC is doing and want to be apart of this movement.
This past week, I had the pleasure of reading a short comic strip by Dave Brink called Pure of Heart. Pure of Heart is a story about a young warrior who seems to be haunted by the tasks that were given to her. After reading this, I was reminded of Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets CW’s Supernatural. It was a fun and entertaining. The artwork was unique and great! Though the story was short and to the point, it leaves you wanting more from this character. All in all, I would give this a solid 4 stars out of 5!
The story, pencils, and inking were done by Dave Brink and the coloring was done by Roland Lamers.
A WHOLE LOT OF ACTION! The collaborative team of R.J. Mead, A.Z. Wallbrown, and Robert Finch bring a terrifying, science fiction, action story that leaves you at the edge of your seat. The story and characters are off the wall and awesome. By the time you finish this book, you’ll be begging for more and MORE!