Perhaps our parents were right to warn us about comic books rotting our brains. In the era of Marvel’s domination at the box office, it’s increasingly hard to be surprised by very much. There was a time when Michael Gove appearing on BBC Breakfast and adopting various comedic voices would have been the oddest moment of the week. That’s no longer the case. Not when the current Multiverse of Madness runs so much deeper and, certainly, not when Tory MPs can gather at Number 10 for the latest garden party where they can discuss whether this government is out of touch and taking the cost-of-living crisis seriously…