Church, The Television Show


Named for the superhero who teamed with aliens to end the global war on terror Noodle Church, the web-serial Church, The Television Show established Church Publishing on September 11, 2011 at 5:10a, ten years after Osama bin Laden’s attack on U.S. soil, with its Pilot episode followed by Episode One. But 9/11/11 wasn’t the birth of an idea, the first analysis of script creator Cosmo Starlight‘s journals, or The Church President’s initial encounter with grave and serious subject matter of 9/11/01.

The founder and president of Church Publishing actually volunteered as a firefighter beginning April 2001 and was in his first month of official employment that September when watching two Boeing 767’s take-down New York’s Twin Towers on live TV. Then, over four years after President George W. Bush signed the USA Patriot Act amending FISA laws and statutes once protecting U.S. Citizens, and nearly two years after Congress passed the Homeland Security Act opening the Cabinet Department, Church Publishing’s president enrolled in flight school where he read author Ethan Collins for the first time.

And before a U.S. operation roved into Pakistan to capture and kill a Saudi-born man who took credit for 9/11, Author Cosmo Starlight conceived Church, The Television Show. Subsequent to publication of Osama bin Laden’s death by White House officials in 5/2011, Church Publishing scrutinized this author’s notebooks and took possession of at least one after judging a U.S. objective had been accomplished, determining there wasn’t any threat Starlight’s story could comprise covert missions.

Church, The Television Show is the first publication Church produced. May 2015 marks a four year anniversary since Church started editing this serial publication depicting Noodle Church leading to his incarceration, commissioning drawings, creating its trademark, and getting in shape for an enterprise that soon consumed more wherewithal than the president of Church ever before expended, not knowing what format it would find success but believing in television. It was discovered sometime after the fact that Church, the Television Show‘s public debut happened to be 9/11/11. Church prematurely stopped publishing this television show and there exist lost seasons which may be recovered if financing materializes.

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