Jane Says…


(Jonathan Ryan posting for Jen Schlameuss-Perry.)There are certain books that I read over and over because no matter where I am in my life, they speak to me. They have spoiled me for inferior books. Like The Lord of the Rings or The Chronicles of Narnia, I couldn’t even guess how many times I’ve read another favorite—Jane Eyre. Some of the best lines ever written come from this poor, plain girl who has suffered so deeply, been overlooked so thoroughly and came to know herself so compl … [Read more...]

Wrap of the Trinity War: Geoff Johns Agrees with Jesus…Part One…


(Our previous coverage of DC's Trinity War can be found here: Part One, Part Two and Part Three)(Oh, and I can't tell you you many spoilers are down below.)DC Comics Trinity War has ended with an explosive bang, and wrapped up with Geoff Johns' answer to the knotty question: “where does evil come from?”Before we get to his answer, let's go back to two companion issues, Pandora #3 and The Phantom Stranger #11. If readers will remember, Pandora is the one who (accidentally) started The … [Read more...]

DC Comics Trinity War Part 3: Battle of the Theologians


 (Possible Spoilers Ahead)Yesterday, part three of the DC Comics Trinity War came out with the release of  Justice League Dark #22 . Yes, comic fans, the DC Universe event keeps exploring the deep philosophical issues we pointed out in Part One: Justice League # 22 and Part Two Justice League of America #6  If you need to catch up the story lines, feel free to click on the links. We're going to dive right into the story.The notion of sin, where it comes from and how we get rid of … [Read more...]

DC Comics Trinity War: Can we get rid of sin on our own?


 This past Wednesday, DC comics released Justice League #22, part one of the DC Universe event known as The Trinity War.(possible spoilers ahead)For those who don't follow comics, DC is marketing this event as a "universe" changer for all it's individual comics. The story line is centered around the Trinity of Sin: Pandora, The Phantom Stranger, and the Question. Pandora is the woman in the DC universe who opened up her infamous box to release the "seven deadly sins" into the … [Read more...]