This latest comic book superhero is not someone wearing a cape and tights.
Stormy Daniels is starring in a book that’s both a novel and graphic. Artist Joe Paradise tells the origin story of her alleged affair with Trump. Years later, Daniels gets in league with Michael Avenatti to bring Trump to justice after seeing his Access Hollywood tape.
Trump’s lawyer paid the real-life Stormy Daniels $130,000 in hush money right before the 2016 election, in a possible campaign finance violation. Daniels also claims the agreement she signed to stay silent, which supplemented the hush money, is void because “Dennison” never signed it. Trump has denied the affair, and the accusations of other women.
By coming forward, Daniels has pushed other cover-ups into the open, including a hush payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and a conspiracy with the National Enquirer to suppress unflattering stories about Trump, which is why this comic portrays her as an avenger of the bullied. The scandal is also a threat to the free press. There are reports that Trump’s lawyers threatened legal action to block “60 Minutes” from airing an interview with Daniels the same way that they tried to stop the book “Fire & Fury” from coming out.