A secret society known as “The Church” has been preventing the second coming of Christ for the past millennium. Looking for redemption and recruited by The Church a team of gunmen and assassins stop at nothing to track and kill the carrier. Convinced that they are exterminating the antichrist they use any means necessary to fight a secret battle to save the world and their souls.
Nothing could have prepared Maggie Lee to carry the God Child, but her life has never been fair. Being thrown out of her home at the age of 16 for being gay has endowed her with the inner strength that will be needed to survive. With assassins on her trail and nowhere to hide, will she survive to give birth to the son of god, or the son of Satan?
We are joined by long-time guests and friends of the show D.J. Coffman, Adam Black and first time writer of the comic Ally to discuss the comic, conventions, challenges and successes and much more.

 

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About The Author

<a href="http://comicsbulletin.com/byline/kurt-sasso/" rel="tag">Kurt Sasso</a>

Kurt Sasso has had a passion for talking with creative people who tell interesting stories. Since 2008, he has been the driving force behind running and interviewing in a one person operation Two Geeks Talking (or TGT as the acronym that is most commonly used). With his love of all things Geeky from Cartoons to Comics/Webcomics, TV and Film, Music (of all kinds), and Video Games (yes, even from the Commodore 64 days) this show was a natural progression to expand his knowledge and showcase these talented persons that cross his path.Currently in his seventh year as host of the show, he continues to bring in famous guests that will share their personal experiences, stories and life aspirations all for the younger generations to watch, listen and learn as they too find their passion in life. As he has always said, “Everyone has a story to tell… It’s up to me to bring it out of them.”