Marvel makes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a superhero

Montreal (ANTARA News) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is featured as a superhero in a Marvel comic book that began circulating on Wednesday.

Trudeau graces one of the two covers of the latest issue of “Civil War II: Choosing Sides.” He is shown sitting in the corner of a boxing ring, smiling, with his elbows resting on the rope surrounding the ring, a red maple leaf symbol emblazoned on his sleeveless t-shirt, and he is also wearing boxing gloves. red boxing.

The 44-year-old prime minister was surrounded by Canadian heroes like Puck, Sasquatch and Aurora – members of the Alpha Flight squad – while Iron Man was barely visible in the background.

The cover image circulating does not depict Trudeau, as reported by AFP.

This comic also introduces a mysterious new character, Odysseus, who has the power to predict the future.

Alpha Flight members consulted Trudeau in his office in Ottawa after failing to find common ground on maximizing Ulysses' powers.

Captain Marvel wants to prevent crimes before they happen, while Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, considers it inappropriate to punish someone for a crime that has not yet happened.

Trudeau has a moral perspective saying, “Above all, civil rights must be protected. I think imprisoning people for crimes they may not have thought about is wrong…I think the path you're taking is dangerous.

Trudeau's father Pierre, who also served as Prime Minister of Canada, also appeared in the Marvel comic book published in 1979.

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