Just A Little Stroll Down Memory Lane!

Just A Little Stroll Down Memory Lane!

This is just a quick snapshot summary of one of my favorite comics, “The Lloyd Servant Show” which was referenced in the previous post (bottom right corner). With a full page format and graphic novel feel, it has been perhaps the most challenging to create.

The main character is Bradley Martin, known to his television fans as “Lloyd Servant, Your Servant Of The Lloyd.” This villainous televangelist is joined on the show by his glamorously telegenic wife, Bradeena Martin.

He will do anything to build his personal empire while Bradeena seems to be clueless as she tells her viewers repeatedly, “I love you so!”

It would be foolish for Lloyd Servant to want to kill God. For him, God is an endless bountiful goldmine, and anyone who doesn’t believe in God is passing up an opportunity to get wealthy…or to make others wealthy! He also enjoys using God as a way to get people to do whatever he wants them to do. He sees nothing wrong with warping the image of God if it serves his own purposes since “God rewards faith, and faith in a warped image is better than no faith at all. Right?”

This comic strip has always been about reminding readers to think for themselves, to ask questions, and to guard their minds and hearts.

Thanks for reading!


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