Marvel Comics' Latest Villain is Monstrous Donald Trump
Donald Trump is the latest villain in the pages of Marvel Comics. The presumptive nominee for the [...]
Donald Trump is the latest villain in the pages of Marvel Comics. The presumptive nominee for the Republic Party in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election appears this week in Spider-Gwen Annual #1, as a new take on the classic villain MODOK - a villain, it should be noted, known for his gigantic cranium and tiny hands.
In this alternate Earth, where Gwen Stacy has become Spider-Woman after receiving the spider-bite that got Peter Parker in the regular Marvel Universe, Donald Trump becomes M.O.D.A.A.K., the Mental Organism Designed As America's King. In the original conception of the character, he was Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, for those keeping tabs.
In the story, Trump-MODAAK yells at some vaguely brown-skinned people to get "back on your feet, foreign filth!" to which they reply that they're from Waco, Texas. The Captain America of that world smashes him in the face with her shield, while the aged Steve Rogers of that world narrates, "It's a weird new world out there, Cap... Full of enemies that look and think and act too much like the demons in my mirror. The monsters men like me have never been able to defeat alone. This nations' anger and greed and fear are still very real."
The issue, by Jason Latour, features several short stories by multiple artists. This particular team-up - and parody – is drawn by Chris Visions and colored by Jim Campbell. Check out selections of the pages below, and the full issue available now in stores of on comixology.1comments