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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 11/ 3/2010

Best Comics Pitch of the Day: Candidate ALVIN GREENE, Ultimate Warrior

By Michael Cavna


Greene stumps for his superheroic efforts. (WBTV)


Faster than an incumbent politician, stronger than the Hulk, able to leap both Michael Jordan and the ballot box in a single leap from logic. Alvin Greene may have lost his offbeat bid for the Senate, but no one, apparently, defeats his alter ego: the "Ultimate Warrior."

Greene's candidacy ended as quirkily as it began Tuesday night, with the Democratic challenger posing no threat to South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint -- yet in the alternate universe of comics, Greene remained unbowed.

Speaking to a handful of reporters on Election Night, Greene paused to pitch his comic book featuring a do-gooder superhero helping families in foreclosure, reports WBTV.com -- the vanquished surreally touting the superpowers of the ever-victorious "Ultimate Warrior."

Of his superheroic "alter ego," Greene tells reporters, citing a couple of retired athletes: "He can see into the future. He is faster than [Olympic medalist] Maurice Greene and he can outleap [Michael] Jordan."

If only, for Greene's sake, Ultimate Warrior could outpoll a sitting senator. With great power, it seems, comes great eccentricity.

For more "Ultimate Warrior" images, you can click here.

By Michael Cavna  | November 3, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  General, Superheroes  | Tags:  Alvin Greene, Ultimate Warrior  
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Comments

WWE will be speaking to Mr. Greene on this matter.

Posted by: tpaine | November 4, 2010 9:14 AM | Report abuse

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