A Tale of Faith, Courage and Honor in Fleeing Darkness

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Today we look at a tale of a Christian missionary trying to save his family and friends in 1940s North Korea in Fleeing Darkness.

Here is the website for Fleeing Darkness.

What is your comic about?

As the threat of war rises, an established American community in the capital of North Korea are forced to evacuate. Unfortunately, all of the Korean born members must be left behind to endure what was coming. No one was prepared for the savage communist takeover. A story of courage, faith, and honor of one who desperately tries to lead his family and friends out of the war-stricken city of Pyongyang. It's based on True Events

What made you choose to use the comic book medium for this story?

I am an avid comic book collector and writing enthusiast. However, I am also a Christian and their are not a lot of comics for that audience.

What aspect of your comic are you most proud about?

I am very proud that their are so many great people that worked together to make it happen. The diversity on the team is amazing. Seeing what you write come to life is amazing.

What's the one piece of philosophy and/or advice that has informed your comic book work the most?

The Bible is the most informative source not only for this comic book but for me as well. The characters reflect the daily struggles between a Christian and staying true to God's Word.

One comic that I would like to tell everybody about?

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