Captain Action and Barack Obama: Battling Alien Death Panels
Aug 20, 2009 16:11
It's bound to happen now that Barack Obama is practically in every comic book. Caption Action Enterprises is branching out to feature other political figures including Joe Biden in their fifth issue. Not to mention that President Obama and Captain Action will be battling "a space alien death panel and the insidious Red Crawl".
According to Captain Action Enterprises' Ed Catto:
Since [we first announced the issue], practically every comic publisher has featured President Obama... As a result, we repositioned our story, and it now serves as a kind of tongue-in-cheek commentary on all the other comics featuring the President. We might be the first comic to feature Vice President Joe Biden and certainly are the first to feature the VP's Deputy National Security Advisor, Brian McKeon
Watch out for Captain Action #5 which will soon hit bookstores August 26th.
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