Trump may not be the best candidate you could find on the Republican list today, but depending on your view, an effort by a couple of artists to draw Trump in the role of villains like MODOK
is pretty cheap:
Amid the tumult of New York Comic Con, i09.com was able to zero in on one of the burning questions of the day: What would Donald Trump look like as various supervillains?
So one of the website’s contributors headed down Artists Alley to ask a handful of creators, including Joe Staton, Jim Mahfood and Nathan Fox, to try their hands at it. And, boy, are we glad they did. [...]
What bothers me here is that they don't seem to have tried drawing any politicians from the left in the same roles to at least balance out their act. So a GOP candidate is a big deal to them for this "challenge", but not figures like the Clintons or Jimmy Carter. And I'm disappointed a fine artist like Staton had to take part in this politicized mess.
Labels: conventions, politics