I've been reading more comics lately since I've got plenty of time.
In the comic book The Losers (now a major motion picture), one character quips that on any US bank bill you can find "in God we trust". Except God, in the real world, stands for Guns, Oil, Drugs.
In a Marvel series, one character tells Wolverine or somebody that there's a new virus that only attacks people with faith. So anyone with a religion is diseased. He then goes on to explain his immunity, by saying he has a problem believing in things that are not above himself.
That's why they call em comics. Good laugh, yet so true too.