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Primarily he worked with other artists, such as Doug Chafey and Bill Webb, but he sometimes did his own artwork.He also did a cartoon series for Biblical Evangelist magazine.In addition to writing books, Bible studies, and discipling courses for Japanese readers, Blocksom has also been responsible for a number of trailblazing Christian manga/comic tracts produced in Japan, acting as the writer or publisher.A list of these comic/cartoon art tracts would include True Loves Waits, My Life, and the well-known Grandma tract, all illustrated by Madoka Mako.Born 25 August 1930, James Blocksom was originally from Ohio USA.After the Korean War, while serving as an optometry officer at the airforce headquarters in Tokyo in 1954, Blocksom became a Christian.Sales of Chick's tracts and comic books have reached over 500 million copies worldwide, over half of which were drawn by Carter.In fall, 2003 Chick Publications released Light of the World, a DVD featuring over 300 paintings by Carter.
Chick wrote back, and within 3 weeks Carter moved from Illinois, USA, to southern California.
Two years later, he was asked to become director of the ministry. Ensign was known to many as the "Father of Modern Christian Comics Fandom." He was born in 1948 and born again in 1958.
He is married to wife Marian, a graphic designer who has collaborated with him on much of his work. After having some of his comics features published in fanzines in the late '60s, Ensign produced his first Christian comic, Tales of Antediluvia, in 1977 in the Campus Crusade print shop where he worked.
He wrote and published a number of Christian comics tracts such as Londa (1980), The Miracle of Dr.
Miller (date unknown), The Last Cup of Coffee (1993), and Poison - A True Story (2002).
Along the way, he was mentored by Brother Andrew, the famous Dutch missionary and founder of Open Doors.