- PM Trudeau is on one of two fronts of Civil War II: Choosing Sides
- On the spread he is encompassed by Canadian superheroes
- Wonder additionally presents a baffling new character, Ulysses
He snowboards, he climbs, he surfs – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is already a bit of a super hero. In any case, now, Marvel has made him into a genuine superhero, in a comic book that hit magazine kiosks on Wednesday.
PM Trudeau is on one of two fronts of the most recent version of Civil War II: Choosing Sides – situated toward the edge of a boxing ring, grinning, his elbows laying on the ropes, with the maple leaf image decorated on his tank top and wearing red boxing gloves.
The 44-year-old head administrator is encompassed by Canadian superheroes Puck, Sasquatch and Aurora – individuals from the Alpha Flight squad – as Iron Man looms out of sight.
The main cover in circulation does not include PM Trudeau.
The comic book likewise presents a secretive new character, Ulysses, who has the ability to anticipate what's to come. He is counseled in his Ottawa office by the individuals from Alpha Flight after a difference breaks out over how to influence Ulysses' forces.
Commander Marvel needs to take measures to avert violations before they happen, while Tony Stark (Iron Man) sees it as shameless to rebuff anybody for a wrongdoing they have not yet dedicated.
PM Trudeau takes a principled perspective, telling his confidants: "Most importantly else common freedoms must be ensured. I think detaining individuals for violations they may not have considered yet isn't right. I think this is a risky way you've set out on." Justin Trudeau's dad Pierre, who additionally served as Canada's leader, likewise showed up in a Marvel comic discharged in 1979.