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Do you think we'll be seeing the topic of religion explored in the Marvel Universe anytime soon? JQ [Joe Quesada, editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics]: I don't know if dearth is the right word to use, especially when traditionally there was no expression of religious beliefs by comic characters in the past. has Peter Parker in the attic of his Aunt May's home, where he is going through some of his old things. Spider-Man I don't think there's enough evidence really.

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Religious affiliation has usually been a relatively taboo subject in mainstream superhero comics. I'm thinking of mostly the Marvel Universe, but you DC fans feel free to contribute as well... From: "Religious Affiliation of Comic Book Characters" forum discussion, started 10 March 2007 on "Brian Michael Bendis" part of "Comic Creator Boards" section of "Jinxworld Forums" website ( viewed 6 June 2007): Joe E , AM ASTONISHINGLY detailed site that delves into the religions of superheroes. Matt O'Keefe , AM For a lot of characters, religion shouldn't be mentioned.

Characters in the comic books from major publishers such as Marvel and DC have traditionally exhibited an unrealistic lack of religious affiliation and religious identity. I think Peter Parker and Stever Rogers, (Spidey and Capt. Peter may be a lapsed church goer, but I always got the feeling that if Steve Rogers could find more time, he'd be in church every Sunday... Peter Parker would be less relatable to if they gave him one religion.

Spider-Man has always been written as an essentially WASP-ish character (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant). t=41332; viewed ): , PM wonderfly What religion do superhero's [sic] belong to?

Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada has stated in his Joe Fridays column that Peter Parker is "most likely of Christian Protestant beliefs" ( Joe Fridays/New Joe Fridays28.html). I'd like to discuss what religious beliefs are favorite costumed hero's belong to. But beyond that, what do we know of superhero's beliefs?

Nevertheless, it has always been apparent that Peter Parker (Spider-Man) is from a Protestant Christian background. , PM Machina This is a discussion I've had several times with my friends, and usually I step out of it when it turns offensive. ) Thing to remember though that until recently, like the past decade, religion and talks of such were verboten in most main stream comic books. For example, I HATE that Kevin Smith established he had sex, just because I don't think it should have been said one way or another.

Parker's precise denominational affiliation has never been made clear. Spider-Man may also be one [a Catholic] but I'm not sure; Aunt May recites the 'Our Father' holding Rosary beads before going to bed in the movie.

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