From the Notebooks of Dr. Brain, by Minister Faust, is written from the point of view of Dr. Eva Brain-Silverman, therapist to hyper-humanoids. Dr. Brain has written a self-help book just for superheros and the cape-induced issues that they suffer.
The book focuses on the therapy sessions for the Fantastic Order of Justice--the dysfunctional super-team. Through the various therapy sessions and crises, we learn what it is like to be a hyper-hominid in today's world and what psychological turmoil being a superhero raises.
Although Minister Faust does write with an agenda, it is well-woven through the entire book and really only comes to light in the finale. He has valid points, but don't let that scare you. It is a sold and well-written.
The real meat of the book is the back story and cultural references that he makes. From the absolutely astounding names for the superheroes to the mind boggling powers they posses. There were so many that it is impossible to single out my favorites. But Mr. Faust did a credible job of weaving the backstories together.
It is deceptively easy to trace the characters to the inspired origins. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Spiderman all exist as the main characters, but with different names and psychological problems.
I highly recommend this book. There is some rough language in it, but if you grew up watching the Justice League or reading comics, you will love this title.