Donald Trump at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, Colorado.
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By Michal Addady
July 3, 2016

The latest supervillain from comic book publisher Marvel bears an uncanny resemblance to presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

The character is called MODAAK, an acronym for “Mental Organism Designed as America’s King.” It’s based off of MODOK, “Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing,” a familiar character best known for going up against Captain America.

According to RT.com, MODAAK appears in the new issue of Spider Gwen, written by Jason Latour, that was published on June 29. Excerpts of the issue found on Twitter (TWTR) show him fighting a female version of Captain America, getting knocked out as he attempts to say, “Must make America—,” and referring to his “powerful hands.”

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have also been transformed into comic book characters by publisher Storm Entertainment, though in a much more positive light, according to CNET. Hillary Clinton: The Road to the White House was for Storm’s Female Force line in May 2015. Political Power: Bernie Sanders was published the following October, telling the story of the longest-serving independent member of Congress.

Neither Marvel nor Donald Trump’s campaign could immediately respond to a request for comment.

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