Andrew Hultkrans writes:
His innovative method of spreading the Gospel through comics, his spiraling conspiracy theories, and his recurrent cast of characters make him a sort of Walt Disney of fundamentalism. Chick’s universe, like Disneyland in reverse, is one of hermetic paranoia — the tendrils of Satan’s influence on humanity reach from the highest seats of power to the most mundane suburban activities — describing a tightly knit web of evil design percolating just below the surface of everything. (…)
In his conception of the Roman Catholic church as a hotbed of fiendish decadence and moral rot, Chick ultimately reveals himself to be something of a Puritan, making his peculiar brand of evangelism not only staunchly Protestant, but distinctly American as well. He is the Charles Schulz of Calvinism.