No, it's not a bird, or a plane, or even Superman. It's the Evangelical world's superhero, Bibleman! When he is not busy battling superscum Rapscallion P. Sinister, he can be found evangelizing with Billy Graham and introducing children to the superpower that can be found in knowing their Bibles:
He fights bad guys for a living! He's got a light saber! He wears a silver spandex suit and a shiny yellow helmet! No wonder kids were enthralled by the masked superhero Saturday morning, even though he also sings ballads, quotes Bible verses and has no real superpowers -- just the 'armor of God.'
"Bibleman, the Christian superhero, swooped into Queens' Flushing Meadows Park to help that other Crusader -- evangelist Billy Graham -- spread the message of God. Graham's three-day crusade will be his last in the United States, and he has drawn record crowds.
"Thousands braved the sweltering heat to see Bibleman, including children decked out in purple and yellow Bibleman outfits, and a few curious adults.
"'I'm finding myself enjoying it,' said Greg Packer, 41, of Huntington, N.Y. 'It's like a religious version of Star Wars.'"
(Nod to Holy Weblog! for the link.)
I found myself wistfully thinking that Bibleman should team up with Tradition Man and Magisterial Man to fight off the evil Sola-Scriptura Man. But then I remembered! The Curt Jester was on the case and showcased the results!