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Archangels: The Saga

The "Archangels" comic series was created and self-published by Patrick Scott with Co. Creators John Leger and Andy Orjuela in 1995.

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The "Archangels" comic series was created and self-published by Patrick Scott with Co. Creators John Leger and Andy Orjuela in 1995.
About Archangels... 1995-2010 Archangels: The Saga is a powerful tale about four archangels who are sent by the Spirit of the Lord to help prevent a young man (Justin Griffin) who is contemplating committing suicide. The gripping nine issue series on spiritual warfare centers around the life of a high school senior who's friends are tragically killed in an automobile accident. Justin Griffin begins to question his destiny and embarks on a life journey to find the answers he so desperately needs; unaware of the unearthly forces, a kingdom of light and and empire of darkness battling just beyond his mortal senses. Clad in metallic body armor the "Archangels" are confronted by a demonic Overlord and his horde of minions bent on the destruction of every human life and dominion of every human soul. Archangels is a powerful tale of life's tribulations, hope, sacrifice and love. Recommended for ages 10 and up Archangels was initially published and released in 1995. Today, it has nationwide distribution and devoted fans worldwide. Over the past 15 years, Archangels has massed quite a following, with an estimated 3 million plus readers. The core following are both males and females from the ages of 10 - 35 years-old. Patrick Scott says parents and grandparents love to buy the series for their children and grandchildren. To date, the Archangel comic book series has sold a combined total of over 1 million copies, not including ancillary products. More history to come... Regards, Patrick Scott & John Leger
Posted on December 12, 2014 Slideshow

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