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Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton give the X-Men a run for the money in a trio of comic books.
Donald Trump already seems like a comic book character, so it makes sense that he has his own title.
Something we learned from the Donald Trump comic: Trump has a talking doll of himself.
Trump's plush upbringing is featured in his comic...
...as are family pressures for success.
The cover of the Bernie Sanders comic shows his stubborn side.
Sanders' beginning as a serious politician.
Medical bills are a topic of discussion in the Sanders title.
The Sanders comic takes a look at the politician's relationship to the gun control issue.
The cover of the Hillary Clinton comic shows a confident and powerful woman ready to fight for the presidency.
The 2012 attack in Benghazi is juxtaposed with a hearing that took place afterward.
Clinton strategizing with her campaign advisors on how to handle past sex scandals, including, of course, the infamous one involving her husband.
The server dustup makes an appearance in the Clinton comic.
Jeb Bush tries to carry on the family tradition of living in the White House.
Who knew the Bush family members who attended Yale University also had ties to the secret society, Skull & Bones?
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