American comic book author Jim Starlin, who is the creator of the evil Thanos of Marvel comics, was very angry to see that the president of the United States, Donald Trump, has used this character for a video of his election campaign.
The anger of Starlin, who was contacted by The Hollywood Reporter, part of a clip published by Trump's campaign ahead of the U.S. elections in 2020 in which Thanos's face is replaced by that of the current American president.
"I am unavoidable," says that Trump-faced Thanos before the video goes to another scene in which the president of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and the rest of Democratic presidents of lower house committees appear announcing the two formal charges of imputation of the political trial to the American president: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.RELATED
Next, Pelosi and the rest of the Democrats dissolve in the air.
The clip is based on one of the top scenes of Avengers: Endgame (2019), the film that this year culminated the ambitious intertwined narration of the Marvel stories in the cinema and that surpassed Avatar (2009) to become the film more History box office regardless of inflation.
He video it caught the attention of social networks, where it became a trend, since the creators of the ad compared Trump to Thanos, probably the most fearsome villain in Marvel movies and whose obsession is to eliminate half of living creatures from the universe .
The tweeters also stressed that the Avengers: Endgame moment used by the Trump campaign happens only a few seconds before Thanos, who was played by Josh Brolin in the cinema, is finally defeated by Iron Man and the rest of the superheroes.
The Hollywood Reporter contacted Starlin today, the brain that brought Thanos to life, to learn his opinion about the video.
"After my initial feeling of being raped, seeing that silly pompous using my creation to caress his childish ego, I finally realized that the leader of my country and the free world really enjoys comparing himself to a mass murderer," He said in a statement. (EFE)