Marvel Comics Are Joining The Political Universe

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Marvel Comics Are Joining The Political Universe (Image: MGN)

  • Donald Trump is now a comic book villain for Marvel.
  • His character is called M.O.D.A.A.K (Mental Organism Designed As America’s King).
  • In the latest issue of Spider-Gwen, he fights the female version of Captain America.

There is a new super villain in town and he looks familiar.

M.O.D.A.A.K (Mental Organism Designed As America’s King) is the newest villain in the Marvel universe. Although comics are real, this certain villain has an uncanny resemblance to one of our presidential candidates.

Take a look for yourself, who do you see behind the helmet?

The orange radiance of the skin, the wrinkled face, the pointy blonde eyebrows, I’d say whoever the artist was for this villain knew exactly who they were drawing.

M.O.D.A.A.K makes his appearance in the newest issue of Spider-Gwen.

Yet, the comparisons don’t just stop at his complexion. In the story, M.O.D.A.A.K is fighting against the female Captain America.

This is not the first time presidential candidates have ended up in comic books. In 2015, both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were sent comic book treatments from Storm Entertainment. They, unfortunately, were not honored by being a super villain, they were human in the comics.

Storm Entertainment did, however, publish a “Political Power” comic, which featured Trump, Sanders, Clinton, Rand Paul, and Jeb Bush.

None of them, unfortunately, had such a cool character as M.O.D.A.A.K.


  1. William

    This isn’t the first time that Marvel, has delved
    into politics; it will not be the last.

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