For the first time, Al Hartley's comics are available digitally enhanced with state-of-the-art technology designed just for comics. Al Hartley’s comics have been called “the largest selling comics in history,” with sales exceeding 40 million copies including international distribution. Hartley’s comics have been called “the most wholesome, creative, inspiring comics ever written.” Al Hartley, who worked for Stan Lee and Marvel comics drawing Spiderman, The Hulk and Ironman, received Christ as His Lord and Savior in 1967. His artistic creativity went to a whole new level with Archie comics. “God got a hold of my life” he often said, “And the Creator began to download to me like never before.” The Cross and the Switchblade is a book written in 1962 by pastor David Wilkerson with John and Elizabeth Sherrill. It tells the true story of Wilkerson's first five years in New York City, where he ministered to disillusioned youth, encouraging them to turn away from the drugs and gang violence they were involved with. The book became a best seller, with more than 16 million copies distributed in over 30 languages. This is the comic version of the same story.
June 18, 2015  |  32 pages
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