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Day #2: Ignatius

| November 2, 2011 | 3 Comments

A seraph who ran away from heaven. He likes the color red and has made it his life’s duty to become it.

Doesn’t realize that it is illogical to “become” a color.
He’ll try anyways and nobody can stop him.

#8 The Seraph

| November 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

Yet another old character of mine that is finally seeing the light of day. This one, until now, existed as a name on a piece of paper proving once again that no idea dies if you’re a hoarder of paper (and as a comic reader/creator, I am totally a paper hoarder).

Concept: The Saint meets The Equalizer. Former USMC, Vietnam vet (aged in real time, he’d be in his late 50’s/early 60’s) employed by the church to help anyone whose problems can’t be solved by prayer. Now, this is the unique angle; his employers are every church in town. Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist…all of them. He is non-denominational, and may, in fact, be agnostic, in order to best serve the folks he’s hired to help.

Design: There’s not much to this. Suit, tie, typical detective stuff. The only real distinguishing characteristics are his hair color (a Bob Ross happy accident if ever there was one) and his tie pin.

EDIT – I finally remembered his alter ego!  It’s Grant Mason (a play on Simon TEMPLAR, get it?)

Art by Uriel Duran!

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