Marvel pushing depopulation in new digital covid vaccine comic book

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(Natural News) Since apparently not enough American youth are getting “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), the Marvel Comics empire has unveiled a new jab propaganda comic book that aims to groom and lure innocent children into rolling up their sleeves for pharmaceutical penetration.

In partnership with drug-dealing kingpin Pfizer, Marvel has released a special edition Avengers: Everyday Heroes comic strip that frames Fauci Flu shots as having the ability to give children superpowers and make them “heroes” in society.

The digital-exclusive brainwashing tool encourages readers to become an “everyday hero” by agreeing to get injected with Pfizer and BioNTech’s messenger RNA (mRNA) gene-editing shots, which appear to permanently corrupt and destroy human DNA.

“Pfizer and BioNTech announced our new collaboration with Marvel Comics,” Pfizer said in a statement. “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.” (Related: Back in July, Marvel unveiled a homosexual Spiderman character to brainwash innocent children into LGBT perversion and deviancy.)

Marvel portrays covid jabs as superheroes who blast away covid and protect grandfather from death

The cringeworthy comic strip comes at a time when a critical mass of the United States has learned to just say no, as the late First Lady Nancy Reagan once said, to drugs. This includes experimental drugs from the likes of Pfizer.


We are told that upwards of two-thirds of American adults have absolutely no intention of getting a so-called “booster” shot for the many “Omicron” (i.e., Moronic) variants and subvariants that are supposedly lurking in the air just waiting to pounce.

If that many American adults have no intention of getting jabbed any further, then you can be sure that their children will not be, either. This greatly upsets Pfizer and other Big Pharma kingpins who will do anything to avoid ever losing their multi-billion-dollar profit streams.

“We are proud to work with Marvel, which is so firmly entrenched in global culture and entertainment, to help remind people of the actions they can each take to help protect themselves, similarly to how the Avengers protect their community,” Pfizer said in another statement shared with Fierce Pharma Marketing.

In the comic itself, a cartoon black woman and her young daughter are seen strolling through the streets with bandages covering their upper arms where the injections went into their bodies.

“The construction worker, the florist, the painter … everyday heroes are everywhere in your community,” reads the caption above them. “What makes them everyday heroes?”

The three answers presented below those words explain that everyday heroes “Vaccinate!” “Communicate!” and “Stay up to date!” with each one referring to something having to do with getting injected for the Fauci Flu.

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

The plot of the comic, we are told, centers around a grandfather waiting for his injection at a clinic that comes under attack by the Avengers villain Ultron, which is depicted as the covid “virus.”

“Captain America arrives at the scene and is pushed to the brink of defeat before Iron Man – who is supposed to represent Pfizer’s new jab – arrives with a brand-new cannon that blasts Ultron into the sky,” reports explain about what happens next in the comic.

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