A review of T-Man and HyperStrike

When Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created Spider-Man in 1962, they basically took everything that was common about superheroes at the time and turned it upside down.  Instead of a Greek-god-bodied, wealthy, well likeable icon of American dreams and dashingly handsome do-gooding, they made a teenager with common problems, and common worries become endowed with … Continue reading A review of T-Man and HyperStrike

A Review of Melchizedek: King of Justice

Unfortunately, in this day in age, there just aren't many mainstream superheroes that are truly geared towards a faith-based crowd.  Sure, we have a "Christian" superhero in Daredevil, whose Catholic faith creates interesting plot points.  And we have "moral" superheroes in pre-Secret Empire Captain America and DC Rebirth's version of Superman (who really is just a return to the classic Superman).  But genuine, Scripture-quoting, "In Jesus Name" praying, Holy Spirit filled superheroes are a sad absence in most if not all major comic book companies.