Why SUPERMAN SMASHES THE KLAN is the Most Important Superman Story You’ll Ever Read

By David A. Skelton There have been many brilliant and relevant Superman stories that “get the character right” in the eyes of many Superman fans. All-Star Superman brings together diverse aspects of Superman’s history, Birthright and Secret Origins compellingly modernize his origin story, What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way? gets at…

The Gospel According to Wonder Woman?

As we close out a week commemorating the release of Wonder Woman on DVD/Blu-Ray, here is a blog from Tripp Hudgins over at Ministry Matters. “When all our heroes are male, we need to stop and ask ourselves what we’re missing … what part of humanity is being silenced.” Read more here.

Left Alone: Luke Cage and the Post-Racial (Black) Hero

By Muoki Musau I admit off the jump that I don’t watch a lot of TV shows or movies. This isn’t to say that I don’t watch anything; rather, I do not prioritize finding things to watch. Luke Cage, however, caught my attention when it was released on Netflix, and, like many, I was intrigued…

The Theology of Moana

“I was raised in conservative Christianity that had very specific categories for who I could be. There were expectations for what my priorities should be, and there were rigid boundaries dictating where I could not go as a girl, who I could not be. Like Moana, it was always a struggle.” Read more here.

Reassessing Religion through ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

An excellent piece from Red Letter Christians. “Yet, in the fog of Margaret Atwood’s story, I realized that I was being sexualized, just in a different way. I walked to my dorm, Houghton Hall. As a resident, I was called a ‘Houghton Heifer.’ I always thought that the name was put on us because of…