Jointly published by Voyage Comics and the Augustine Institute, this book brings to life the story of a normal, likable boy who is inspiring the world.
Voyage Comics has announced a new Blessed Carlo Acutis comic book, produced with the collaboration of the Augustine Institute.
The comic book is available for pre-order, shipping in November.
Through this book, you will meet Carlo, an Italian 15-year-old computer geek who loved superheroes and video games, but most of all, the Holy Eucharist.
The comic book comes action packed, and highlights the final years of Blessed Carlo Acutis’ life and how he became a digital disciple, creating a dynamic website and stunning display that taught others about the many remarkable Eucharistic miracles around the world.
Readers will be captivated by Carlo, who is a normal, likable teenage boy but who continues to inspire the world by his simple life and extraordinary example of holiness.
The book on Carlo follows a nice selection of Catholic comics produced by Voyage. The five-issue Finnian series details a journey that begins on the mysterious island of Skellig Michael, and young Finnian’s quest to find a legendary sword.
The publisher has also told the story of Joan of Arc, Father Patrick Peyton and, Father Joe Walijewski.
As well, there’s the story of Martin, a homeless World War I veteran living on the street of 1920s Chicago.