Join Kaz Collins, the captain of the Amanda Noire as he races through space with a beautiful female android that has multiple personalities and his unflappable, eyebrowless engineer, Mole.
The crew... More > faces vengeful hackers, obnoxious aliens, egomaniac pilots, planetary police, sinister traps, and plain old violence in their quest to win the race and make their fortune.
The Great Space Race originally was published as a web comic; this promotional print version has been specially created for its fans, and also to advertise it as a future fully animated project.< Less
God Loves the Freaks points to a serious issue facing the church today -- reaching out to subcultures and those who are considered the freaks of society. The "American Christianity" cult... More > that many churches belong to accepts only members who dress, speak and act exactly the same way. We have somehow turned the church into an elite club where only those who follow man-made cultural rules are welcome. Why is it acceptable for someone to show up in church in traditional Chinese clothing, for instance, but not for someone to have a pink mohawk? The church tries to change the freaks of society, or worse, turns them away at the door. Jesus reached out to those in society who were different, who were outcast -- the freaks. Stephen Weese paints a vision of a church living by grace, in unity; without the legalism that divides and causes us to shun others based on outward appearance. God looks at the heart and he loves everyone, including the freaks. If God loves the freaks, shouldn't the church as well?< Less