To many of us the Republican presidential nominee is thought of as somewhat of a bad guy, but now it seems that could all be true as Donald Trump has actually been turned into a comic book super-villain.
Last week Marvel released the 2016 Spider-Gwen annual which takes place in an alternate universe where Captain America is a black woman called Samantha T. Wilson. And why not.
In the comic she battles against a super-villain called M.O.D.A.A.K. which stands for Mental Organism Designed as America’s King—and he has a notable similarity to a certain American presidential candidate.
Not only does he look like Trump but he also speaks like him too. M.O.D.A.A.K. talks about "foreign filth" and exclaims things like "If America will not act...M.O.D.A.A.K. must!”
There's also a reference to Trump's hands with the villain's appearing very small. MODAAK threatens to "crush [Captain America] in my powerful hands" but then gets knocked out by her shield.
Comic book artist Jason Latour who created the Spider-Gwen series doesn't care if people are offended by his Trump creation either.
He defended his actions by saying, "I don’t care if you think Modok Trump is on the nose. Screw his nose. I’ve been called a bigot online twice tonight. For saying I don’t like Trump. Welcome to the election cycle. Headline: ‘Do you think Donald Trump is inciting violence with his supporters?’. You are the NEWS. It is a FACT he is. Report it as such.”
Here's how his news hot Twitter.