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God, Stan Lee, and the Action Bible – Sergio Cariello

Jan 15, 2019 | Podcast | 0 comments

What does Stan Lee and the Bible have in common? Comics! Today on Educate For Life, Kevin has as his guest Sergio Cariello.  Sergio Cariello is a Brazilian-American comic book artist. He has done work for many major comic publishers through his career, including Marvel Comics and DC…

What does Stan Lee and the Bible have in common? Comics! Today on Educate For Life, Kevin has as his guest Sergio Cariello.

Sergio Cariello is a Brazilian-American comic book artist. He has done work for many major comic publishers through his career, including Marvel Comics and DC Comics. At DC he also did work on Guy Gardner, Steel, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Young Heroes in Love, Blue Beetle, Batman, and Azrael, among others.

He has also illustrated The Action Bible, conceived as an updated version of LeBlanc’s The Picture Bible for David C. Cook Publishing, which was released on September 1, 2010.

Tune in to learn more about The Action Bible and how Sergio Cariello used his amazing talent to glorify God.

This episode first aired on Nov 24, 2018.

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