A few months ago I read Grant Morrison's Animal Man series, in which the title character, after a suffering a series of Job-like tragedies, comes face to face with -- Grant Morrison. Further, he learns that he is only a comic-book character and that not only has Morrison put him through hell, but Morrison can also put everything back the way it was and make him forget all the horrors he has gone through. The catch, however, is that another writer may come along later, even many decades later, and put Animal Man through even worse hell! In other words, in Animal Man's world, Morrison is only a god, not the god.
Even the serious funny books can up with amusing conundrums, where the only valid answer is, well, it's only make believe. Of course, we atheists apply that to religion as well as to comic book and other forms of fantasy tale-spinning.