Comics Are My Religion: Get Inside Aesop’s Ark with J. Torres & Jennifer Meyer

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. The column below may have spoilers for ...
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Comics Are My Religion: Top 5 Fallen Angels

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. The column below may have spoilers for ...
by Jeff
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Archer & Armstrong #3 Advance Preview!

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #3 – ON SALE OCTOBER 10th! Written by FRED VAN LENTE Art by CLAYTON HENRY Cover by ARTURO LOZZI (AUG121337) Character Design Cover by DAVID AJA (AUG121338) $3.99/Rated T+/32 pgs. Valiant is proud to pre...
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Comics Are My Religion: Horror & Sci-Fi Are My Religion, Too (With John W. Morehead)

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. The Comics Are My Religion Podcast retu...
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Sneak Peek at Archer and Armstrong #2!

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #2 – ON SALE SEPTEMBER 5th! Written by FRED VAN LENTE Art by CLAYTON HENRY Cover by ARTURO LOZZI (JUL121261) Variant Cover by PATRICK ZIRCHER (JUL121262) $3.99/Rated T+/32 pgs. Find out for yourself on ...
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Comics Are My Religion: Rituals

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. In his book The Road Less Traveled, psy...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Dr. Leskovar’s Remedy #2 (of 2)

Baltimore: Dr. Leskovar’s Remedy #2 Publisher: Dark Horse Writers: Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden Artist: Ben Stenbeck Colors: Dave Stewart When your name is Lord Henry Baltimore, you’ve already seen more of ...
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Valiant Reviews: Archer & Armstrong #1

Archer & Armstrong #1 Publisher: Valiant Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Clayton Henry Colorist: Matt Milla Cover: David Aja, Mico Suayan, & others I can’t believe I’m writing a Valiant review. For those of y...
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International Hero: Papyrus

At this point in history, between every country that creates comics, one would assume almost every scenario seemingly has been told on paper. You want a comic about women’s volleyball? Look no further than the classic Att...
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Comics Are My Religion: Assembling Avengers

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. There be spoilers ahead, so beware! The...
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Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan #99: Z.M. Thomas

Horror comics have been scaring readers for years. Is there anyone brave enough to sit down with their creators? This is Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan. Listen in this week as Dan is joined by writer ZM Thomas to talk ab...
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Comics Are My Religion: Punk Rock Jesus Interview with Sean Murphy

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialogue about religion in this column. It’s rare that one of my favori...
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