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Comic profile: Gospelman the Strip
Gospelman the Strip
Christian Comics
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Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 12th Sep 2016
Number of comics: 5
Number of subscribers: 2
Visitors: 1752 visitors (2354 pages viewed)
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Comic description

Ted Silverman becomes the superhero Gospelman to teach the truth of God's Word in this gag-a-day version of the webcomic. All-ages humor for Christian readers; non-Christians welcome! Updates periodically.


My name is Will Boyer. As a child, I thought I was a Christian, but as a 14-year-old I realized I had never repented of my sins. I asked God to forgive me. At the age of 17, I heard God's voice command me to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Coupled with my passion to be a cartoonist, I am creating Christian comics. My secular comics can be found at and at

Most recent comments left on Gospelman the Strip

PJ McLaughlin (Guest)
13th May 2017
"I love it. "
My son and I enjoy these very much. Thank you for making it possible.
Left on Fishing for People
12th Sep 2016
Hey, Gospel-Chums!

This is one of my favorites from the strip series, so far.

I was experimenting with the laundry basket's cross-hatching or etc design, as seen in other comics. Halfway through I realized I was doing it wrong, ha. But I think it still looks good. It's not too noticeable. I don't like the perspective or angle or etc of the washing machines, I admit, as they look slanted. But it's older work of mine and I'm always aiming to improve.

Today's strip was originally uploaded by me here:

Send fan art or fain mail, to be featured in printed issues, to:
Left on Jesus Brand Bleach
2nd Sep 2016
Here's the original comment from :


Okay, admittingly, this one is more of a joke than anything else. I mean that in the positive “ha ha” punchline kind of way, but the artwork isn't the best. The confused and annoyed man - let's call him the Egon Spengler of the Gospelman world, although he isn't - is a saving grace for me. His character design was very enjoyable. So was the pier dock and Gospelman's torso, but unfortunately those got cut out of the round bubble-shaped panel…

This gag hopefully does slightly well to make people laugh. As always, the more light hearted side of my Gospelman comics isn't too heavy on doctrine, but is supposed to make people laugh, as well as maybe get them thinking. I hope that if you're a Christian, reader, that you take time to be a “fisher of people” by telling them how much God loves them and what Christ did for them on the cross - but, please, just don't use fish hooks. ;-)

Left on Fishing for People
9th Aug 2016
Here's the original Author Comment from :


Here we see the Gospelman character's design still coming into its own. I think his eyes here are closer to how I want them.

Today's Gospelman is a comic strip and is a part of the “Everyone” rated Gospelman. It is not solely for younger readers nor is it directed only toward mature audiences.

When commenting, due to the controversial feelings and thoughts that politics and religion often bring up, remember to always comment in a mature and professional way. Thank you.

Today's comment:

Yeah, in the 6 years since I drew the above comic, I redesigned the character. Originally Gospelman was more of a soft, humorous comic strip character, but later I redesigned him to look more like a superhero for the Adventure series. It was so difficult for me to choose to not use the original design I was trying to accomplish (I have forgotten what it looks like now), that at one point I had decided to use that design for the comic strip and the more muscular version for the Adventure series. The latest comic strip, which I am in the coloring process for, abandons alternate designs for the sake of one, consistent official design. As it should be. Speaking of which, I now hate how I drew Gospelman in the above comic strip. Just doesn't look right - the head, I mean. The first two look better than this one, to be honest.

And I probably wrote that whole comment warning thing due to paranoia, although in 2010 there were some negative comments against the Christian message the comic espouses, for sure.

More to come!

P.S. - The Gospelman comic strips, despite being given their own book collections one day, will be used as filler material in the Gospelman Adventures printed series. That being the case, please feel free to send all of your fan mail and fan art to! Thanks, guys!
Left on A Little Jesus
26th Jul 2016
Will Boyer here! Welcome back!

Today's comic strip is the second Gospelman comic strip I made originally. Unfortunately, it's backwards. The dialogue should read the opposite of the current flow. I think I tried mirror imaging it but it looked funny, so I just left it alone.

Anyway... Here is the original comment I made on the above strip back in 2010:

Today's Gospelman is a comic strip and is a part of the “Everyone” rated Gospelman. It is not solely for younger readers like the previous strip, nor is it directed only toward mature audiences. The strip in its original form would take some thinking to understand but I felt lead, hopefully Holy Spirit lead, to add a couple of Bible verses.

When commenting, due to the controversial feelings and thoughts that politics and religion often bring up, remember to always comment in a mature and professional way. Thank you.


We're back with the first page of the Adventure series of Gospelman!

I originally titled this Cross of Crime Alley, but changed for legal reasons. Hey. I should have called it Sin Alley… Five page story starts here.

P.S. - Forgot to mention, peeps - if you'd like your FAN ART or FAN MAIL to appear in the first issue of Gospelman Adventures (the one being printed right now being the free preview, #0, and not this issue #1), then please send everything to ! :-)
Left on Watered Down Soda