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Marvel Releases Pro-Pfizer Vaccine Avengers Comic Book (www.marvel.com)

The comic features The Avengers characters, comparing them to “everyday heroes who fight to protect their community” by unquestioningly taking Pfizer vaccines and bullying others to do the same.

A LinkedIn post by Pfizer announced “Today, Pfizer and BioNTech announced our new collaboration with Marvel Comics. Together we created a custom comic book featuring the Avengers who fight to protect their community. We hope that people around the world enjoy reading the comic book… At Pfizer, we encourage people to come together to help protect themselves by staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations.”

One page states “You’re among everyday heroes every day! The Construction worker, the florist, the painter… everyday heroes are everywhere in your community.” 

“What makes them everyday heroes?” the comic asks before explaining how they all take the vaccines.

“We all need to do our part,” the comic further notes, adding “So, vaccinate, stay up to date with the latest recommended booster for you. And be an everyday hero!”

The comic contains a weak plot about a super villain (the virus) called Ultron who “keeps changing and evolving,” meaning that the Avengers “keep adapting and re-strategizing,” (taking booster shots).

“Everyday heroes don’t wear capes!” the comic states, explaining “But they do wear a small bandage on their upper arm after they get their latest Covid vaccination — because everyday heroes are concerned about their health.”

What do you think?

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Nocturne
Nocturne
3 months ago

Remember though, Disney now owns Marvel.

Hope
Hope
3 months ago

Facepalm. that is the death shot pure and simple. they are pushing a superhero who wants people to die. *eye roll* that’s not super, nor heroic. everything opposites for these evil schmucks.

awake
awake
3 months ago

Marvel never did this crap until Disney bought them😡 remember when the movies they made were actually good?

Allonzikoi
Allonzikoi
3 months ago
Reply to  awake

No I don’t remember actually.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
3 months ago
Reply to  Allonzikoi

Lol, such fake virtue signaling. We’ve all seen plenty of enjoyable Disney content.

Lee
Lee
3 months ago

These glossy, colorful pages are going to look great resting atop the mass grave sites all over the planet in the next 10 years. I’m so beyond done with these f*****s.

Rick
Rick
3 months ago

Man, there really is something in that thing.
I’ve often wondered if the vaccine is a wireless connection to every person through 5G. And each booster is a “software update”.