Pfizer and BioNTech sponsored a pathetic Marvel cartoons serving as a vehicle to promote COVID-19 vaccination.
The story begins with a family waiting to receive COVID-19 vaccinations while the Avengers battle an enemy known as Ultron just blocks away.
“Ultron keeps coming back – changing and evolving – so the Avengers are always adapting and developing new strategies. And they keep pushing him back!” says the grandfather.
Later in the story, the grandfather says, “I’ve seen your pattern so many times. Ultron continues to evolve. The Avengers gather information and take their time innovating and adapting.” He then says that the Avengers “figure out how to fight this by putting together their existing knowledge and research along with the new information they’ve learned!”
“The Avengers are doing their part to protect us. Now it’s time we did ours,” says the grandfather, while the heads of families get their COVID-19 vaccine shots.
At the end of the comic, most of the family members can be seen with band-aids on their arms because they received a COVID-19 vaccine.
“Everyday heroes don’t wear capes!” an ad at the end of the sponsored comic explains. “But they’re wearing a small bandage on their upper arm after getting their latest COVID-19 shot – because everyday heroes are worried about their health. And they are people choosing to unite with their communities and do their part to protect against COVID-19.”
Four-stabbed Pfizer chairman and CEO Albert Bourla announced in August that he had tested positive for COVID-19 — then announced again in September that he had tested positive, noting in that statement that he had not yet received the new bivalent booster.
Other prominent vaccine advocates, including President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, tested positive despite being fully vaccinated and boosted twice.
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