Help A. David Lewis Write KISMET, MAN OF FATE, Vol. 2

In 2014, writer A. David Lewis brought the first Muslim superhero in comic books back from oblivion. He produced, along with Noel Tuazon, Rob Croonenborghs, and Taylor Esposito, the first volume of KISMET, MAN OF FATE, a character not seen in print for over 70 years. Setting the story in the present, Kismet transitions from…

Comics and the Art of the Cliffhanger

By Pastor Will Rose When the weather allowed, I rode my bike to Wrightsville Beach Elementary School. On the way to school I would stop at a convenient store and spend my lunch money on the newest Uncanny X-Men comic book on the spinner rack. When I was younger, I loved the action and the…

Review: The Green Lantern #3: Hal Meets God?

Anyone who knows me (Matt) knows that I am a HUGE Grant Morrison fan! As such, I have been following his new Green Lantern run with interest. Issue #3 in particular seems relevant for conversations about Theology and Religion. Thankfully, our regular contributor Corey Patterson has written a review of the issue for Monkeys Fighting…

Review: KISMET: MAN OF FATE Brings Back an Old Hero to Tackle New Problems

One of our regular contributors, Corey Patterson, has written a review of A. David Lewis’s Kismet: Man of Fate¬†over on Monkeys Fighting Robots. Pop on over and check it out by clicking the link below: “After over 70 years of silence,¬†Kismet: Man of Fate has finally returned to comic books. The updated edition from A…