Why might Jews be interested in the visual nature of comic books?
Where do we see other examples of visual storytelling?
Why does Abraham (twice) hide Sarah's true identity?
What was his reasoning/motivation?
What were the results?
How do we see this theme repeated throughout the Tanach? Jewish history? In comic books?
What are the benefits and the consequences of hiding one's true identity?
What similarities are there to the three values Superman stands for?
What similarities are there in the way Superman is described?
What does it mean to "be a man"?
What does a place with "no men" look like?
What are some ways that we can "be men"?
Who are some Biblical Jews who have stood up to "be a man?" Some historical Jews?
What role do caves play in the Jewish texts?
Where else do we see examples of caves in the Jewish narrative?
How is this similar or different to the way that Batman uses his cave?
What does the Jewish tradition say about vigilante justice here?
Was Pinchas rewarded or condemned for his actions?
Were Moses and Yael rewarded or condemned for their actions?
What are some other examples of vigilante justice in the Jewish text?
Does the tradition seem to be condemning or condoning vigilante justice?