But for those of you just showing up, we're doing an expanded version of the 2012 post where I broke down comic book characters by politics. Because the 2016 election has been a joke since the nomination process.
This was an all day thing. One post per character ... mostly. The shorter ones will be grouped together. After all, there's no much I can do with Deadpool.
Green Arrow / Green Lantern.
Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
Batman (Bruce Wayne)
Iron Man (Tony Stark)
Daredevil -- with Wilson Fisk (of course)
Deadpool -- Includes Norman Osborn and Two Face as bonus rounds
Catwoman -- with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn
Superman -- and the Hulk, and even Nick Fury
Fantastic Four -- the Penquin, Mr. Freeze, and some nonstarters
Luke Cage -- this one will surprise you
Deathstroke -- this one may not surprise you as much.
People who I have considered and rejected doing this time out include.
He's too easy. Frank Castle doesn't care. He wants his guns, and no one will take them away. Not the mob. Not politicians. No one. Ever. He's like a Honey Badger, he just doesn't give a darn. Trump? Hillary? He would probably take one look at everyone and tell them to simply leave him alone. Or they would be dead. Period.
Wolverine: Canadian. And unlike Deadpool (who I'm told is also from up North), he would let that stop him.
Jessica Jones: She's too drunk to vote. Otherwise, she'd vote Hillary, or Johnson, if she was feeling more nihilistic than usual.
Joker -- As noted, he'd probably kill everyone in the polling place, and vote Johnson.
Lex Luthor -- Would vote for himself. He was President once, after all.
Wonder Woman -- won't vote, since both candidates have no military service.
Thor -- Not a citizen, and therefore, can't vote.
Loki -- As a demigod of chaos, you can almost lay money that he would vote Bernie