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A MATTER OF PERCEPTION

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Father Duncan a priest in the late sixties. He’s not hip to the drug scene. When a young member of the congregation comes to him with a vile of LSD, he’s not sure what to make of it. After he learns about his church’s soon to be bankruptcy, he decides to dose his congregation with LSD. It produces amazing effects. The people come back to the church, they start living on the path to glory. But was it the drugs or was it God and is there a difference? Father Duncan doses himself to find out.


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Guest Artist: Guillermo Maggio

Pencils & Ink

 

Guillermo was born in 1986 in Santa Fe, Argentina. At an early age, he moved to Rosario where he still lives. During High School, he spent almost every night drawing and painting. Then he started University and forgot that he wanted to be an artist. In 2010, he graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering, one of his hobbies and his present job.
In 2012, he studied arts at Barrocelli Drawing School and it brought back to life one of his strongest passions.  So now, he’s taking advantage of every opportunity that he has to narrate things visually, because it sets him closer to his deepest dreams. http://gmaggic.wordpress.com/ E-Mail:guillermo.maggio@outlook.com 

 

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Guest Artist: Micah Myers

Letterer

 

Micah Myers is a freelance comic book letterer from Portsmouth, Va. He lives with his wife, Tiffany, and is training his two children, Jacob and Charis, in the ways of comic book fandom.Micah has lettered comics for multiple companies such as Emerald Star Comics, Red Leaf Comics, Pilot Studios, and Evil Moose Comics. He has lettered stories for Kelly Bender, Gregg Paulsen, and Mark Bertolini. He is always looking to work with more creators.Micah also has an Etsy store where he sells wallets and buttons made from recycled comic books called, “micah  myers’ comic book creations. http://micahmyers.daportfolio.com/ http://about.me/micahmyers