Todd McFarlane and company's leftist side has come to the fore, as his dreary series depicts Donald Trump alongside Red Skull
, in a most disturbingly graphic scene:
Image Comics has become the latest comic book publication to take aim at Donald Trump, “beheading” the Republican presidential nominee in its latest issue, “Spawn Kills Everyone!”
The comic strip sees Trump standing next to character Red Skull in a stand-off with Spawn, a chain-wielding anti-hero waging a war against Satan. Spawn beheads both Trump and the Nazi villain, Then he swaps their heads, putting one on top of the other’s body.
“That’s more accurate! And Donald, you look great again! If I do say so myself,” Spawn says, according to an image of the panel obtained by Bleeding Cool.
Did Image even have permission from Marvel's marketing department to use the image of Red Skull? Come to think of it, with the kind of far-leftists now running the store, they probably don't care, if the writer/artist's politics are aligned with theirs. Now there's one more reason why not to waste time on such a pretentious series as Spawn. It's distasteful they're trying to draw comparisons between Trump and a villain like Red Skull. It's also distasteful how they're marketing so much storytelling emphasizing death and violence. This is exactly what's bringing down comicdom.
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