A “holiday” dreamed up by comic book creators to celebrate their favorite fantasy characters does not appear to be immune from political interference.
It’s been 20-plus years since Marvel employees unleashed National Superhero Day upon the world.
Based on a recent flurry of activity across the social mediasphere, it would appear that pols and activists, though somewhat late, are excited about joining the party.
“March” co-author Andrew Aydin knows civil rights icon John Lewis of Georgia is the real deal .
Mighty Mitchell is a young superhero fighting for #CuresNow: https://t.co/lg9jNXpm7r Happy #NationalSuperHeroDay! pic.twitter.com/ygNvPZvxmw — Gus Bilirakis (@RepGusBilirakis) April 28, 2016
Florida Republican Gus Bilirakis is fine with getting the other guy’s back.
The Distress Call
Fans of White House hopeful Bernard Sanders won’t back down .
Vote or Die
In honor of #NationalSuperheroDay, which free market hero would you be? — AFP (@AFPhq) April 28, 2016
These are worse than being able to calm jittery squirrels.
A Wing and a Prayer
Breaking up is hard to do, right Sen. Rubio?