Holy Superheroes!: Exploring Faith & Spirituality in Comic Books
Pulitzer-prize nominee and English professor Garrett explores the deeper side of comic books--and the motion pictures they inspire--for the lessons they can teach readers about faith, justice, and redemption.
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Holy Superheroes is a quick read. It presents a lot of intriguing ideas, but it tends to ramble, and it doesn't explore anything in depth. Toward the end, it gets a little preachy for my tastes. Read full review
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