Jair Bolsonaro Drama Explained: One can hide the truth from people but not from social media. It never leaves you and notices every step. The reaction may take time but it will surely react. On top of it, if you did something politically mischievous then you will have to bear the cost. This is the story of Joe Bennett whose past deeds are now haunting his career. But what has the famous writer done? Let’s check out.
Joe Bennett is a thriving comic artist who makes several cartoons on politicians. Once he made a cartoon on Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and facing its repercussions now.
About the cartoon
Joe Bennett always comes into controversy owing to his cartoons. Cartoons are generally the depictions of the maker’s views and perspective towards any situation. Joe’s perspective proved to be offensive.
The cartoon depicted Jair Bolsonaro as the prince whereas other politicians particularly depicted that of the Labour Party as the insignificant features. Some are depicted with sharp ears and others with long noses. However, on creature looks like a vampire. People on social media guess it as the former president Michel Temer.
In the cartoon, Jair as the prince is riding on his horse dressed with golden armor beheading his political opponents. This carto on has gone viral now and has caused severe problems in Joe Bennett’s career.
Al Ewing’s Response
Joe Bennett worked with Al Ewing in marvel’s immortal hulk in 2018. Their series became super hit and won many prizes like a Diamond Gem Award in 2018 for Best New Comic Book Series, and was nominated for Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series of 2019.
From Ewing’s tweets, it’s clear that once his final series of Immortal Hulk #50 is released on 13 October 2021 then he will not work with Bennett any further. After his tweet which is shown below, he has regretted and showed the screenshots of the donations he made for Rainbow Railroad and Rainforest Trust.
About Joe Bennett
Benefit Jose Nascimento, aka Joe Bennett, was born on 3 February 1968 in Belém Brazil. His two prominent works for horror comics in the 90s include Master of Terror and Calafrio. But he gained widespread popularity when in 1994 Joe worked for Marvel Comics. Here, his contributions include the title of Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America and the Falcon, and Iron Man.