In reality, I watched Shazam and Spider-Man far from home! Shazam was a much better movie, which surprised me! My queue of stuff to watch is actually quite expansive. There is a ton of stuff my kids can’t watch an my wife isn’t interested in… but falling asleep 10 mins in is a serious problem for me.
True story. A week of snow days means we worked our way through quite a bit of the Disney catalogue, caught up on new seasons of old classics, and somehow managed to obliterate our data cap (which, if I’m not mistaken, is 500 gigs a month). We got faster internet a while back, which came with a bump in data (from 300 gigs to 500 gigs) for ten dollars cheaper a month without a contract (go figure!), but it looks like even that isn’t enough if we’re all stuck inside streaming our own thing on different devices. Luckily for me, it’s definitely the odd month out, we don’t typically spend that much time watching tv.
that being said, we are prone to binge watching stuff. This week, it was some cheerleading reality show on Netflix. SO MUCH DRAMA! It sucks me in.
In pop culture, this is a pretty common representation of what Christianity is and what Christians believe. I think it’s an inadequate representation, but I also think it probably lines up adequately enough with what people commonly experience of Christianity that people accept it pretty easily (especially if their experience is only informed by pop culture).
They say, “write what you know.”
Sometimes I have a funny idea pop into my head and I can make that into a comic… but more often, I’m thinking about stuff like this. I hope you don’t mind a comic that isn’t funny from time to time. I’ve realized that I think three panels at a time and that making comics about stuff helps me articulate what I’m thinking through.