Former South Carolina Senate candidate Alvin Greene lost to incumbent Jim DeMint Tuesday and did not take his defeat lying down.
Instead the Democrat who won a bid for the election without a campaign, took the opportunity to debut a comic book of himself to a handful of his supporters.
Greene, a military veteran known for his sometimes strange behavior, was not invited to the Democratic celebration party on election night but told South Carolina journalist Deja Knight that he didn’t care because “his party was going to be bigger.”
Greene held his party Tuesday evening and Knight reports that only a handful of people attended.
She adds however that the former candidate debuted a comic book starring himself called “Ultimate Warrior.”
In it Greene saves families from foreclosure and describes his powers as someone who “can see into the future,” “leap higher than Michael Jordan” and “take on the Hulk.”
Check out Greene’s comic book below.
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