The Latest Spiderman Villian Will Have You Cheering and Cracking Up

I've never been a big fan of comic books. I've read a few as a child and as an adult, but I've never been a big fan of superheroes in particular.

Ren and Stimpy was one of the comic books I read as a kid, and I also read The Walking Dead as an adult. One exception is that, as an adult, I've read anime comics such as Death Note and Dragon Ball Super. None of them, however, fit the conventional superhero comics mold.

But I can't say that I'm not amused by what the recent Spider-Man comic book is doing. There is a new villain and he just so happens to have a name that you're very familiar with. The villain's name is Joe Biden.

“I’m crying why the f – – k is Joe Biden a Spider-Man villain,” wrote one flabbergasted Spider-fan in a tweet with more than 120,000 likes. The fan also included a Wikipedia page for the minor league baddie, whose name is indeed Joe Biden.

The presidential doppelganger, whose villainous alter ego is called Spectrum, first appeared in “Peter Parker No. 1″ in 2010, when the real Biden, 79, was the US vice president under Barack Obama. The page even includes an out-of-date disclaimer to warn readers that the web slinger’s nemesis is “not to be confused with Vice President Joe Biden.”

So the villain goes by the name Spectrum, but also his real name is Joe Biden. Just like Spider-Man is the hero's name, but Peter Parker is his real name.

Apparently, Joe Biden isn't just a villain in the real world, he's even a villain in the Marvel Universe as well.

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