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Erica Well

Erica Well

Genres:
Comics & Animation
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Contemporary
Erica Well, cartoonist and teacher, became fascinated with creating comics at sixteen after visiting Marvel Comics. She began working in the comic book industry in retail and publishing -- including staff positions with Milestone Media, Broadway Comics, and DC Comics. She's adapted Taylor Field's A Church Called Graffiti into a graphic novel, which can be read online on her website.
The Miller Sisters

The Miller Sisters

(December 2003)
Genres:
Comics & Animation
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Publisher: StudioWell
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NEW SCHOOL ...
NEW ROOMMATE ...
NEW SUPERPOWERS??!!


Most students have enough pressure when they leave home for college the first time. So imagine not just being "the Christian kid" at a new school -- but getting a set of brand-new superpowers to deal with, too!

The Miller Sisters began in 2003 as one of the backup series in Cardinal Adventures, a free newspaper comics section distributed in upper Michigan. "The Miller Sisters is really one of those 'talky-girl' comics -- only the main character, Julia, finds out she's going to inherit superhero powers," Erica says. "I created Julia when I started college, and back then I thought she would be a fashion designer or an aviatrix. But those stories just didn't gel past the first few pages. So I put her on the back burner for several years while I worked my day job."

Years later, Erica finally felt ready to draw a comic strip -- and dug out Julia. "I figured I could write about an ordinary girl superhero from a Christian worldview, and suddenly her stories were easy to tell. Then it all fell into place with K.J. Kolka and his Cardinal Adventures paper, especially since The Cardinal himself is also a Christian and a college-aged superhero."

Read The Miller Sisters online free!
 
 

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