My favourite panel is the one where Agostino swoops down from the sky to catch a child who has fallen off a balcony. At least I think that's what he's doing because it isn't clear; he looks like he's giving blessing to the child rather than saving it! And there's a panel of a child being ravaged by a ferocious wolf while Agostino appears from behind a rooftop. Still, like in Batman and Superman, you know all will turn out well in the end. Agostino has a hot line to the divine; why else would an angel be whispering into his ear in the central panel?! Although this is clearly a serious subject, the flying antics of this 13th century Augustinian theologian provoked gales of laughter when I showed it to my students last week.