What exactly is ‘Kosher Entertainment’?
It’s entertainment designed for a sophisticated kosher audience. All too often the concepts of ‘kosher’ and ‘entertainment’ pull against each other. If it’s entertaining, then it’s probably not too kosher – and if it’s too kosher, then the chances are it got there at the sacrifice of being entertaining.
The universe of HaGibor is born from a kosher world view, where the fantastic fantasy are explained not by some form of new super-science, like the central character being the last son of a dying planet sent in a rocket ship to earth and gaining incredible powers from our yellow sun, or being bitten by a radio active centipede. But rather by Torah based concepts instead, with roots firmly based in the Talmud and chazal.
Well, you’ll have to read the first issue and find out.
Every issue is passed through a review process by our Torah advisory board to ensure that all the concepts within, whilst being fantasy, are consistent with a mainstream Torah view of the world, and the narrative is appropriate for an approximate Bar Mitzvah audience, broadly fitting into the guidelines of PG-13.