I’m… not sure if the folk at Titan Magazines actually get what a Super PAC ad entails. In this parody of American political advertising to relaunch CLiNT Magazine as CLiNT 2.0 that you may have read about at Bleeding Cool last week, they seem to have made some basic errors.
While they do attack both Marvel’s $3.99 comics and DC’s Before Watchmen, they also include the line “Mark Millar approves this message” which, while fine for a standard political ad, for a Super PAC which needs at least the veneer that there is no collaboration between candidate and campaign, means that Mark Millar, if he were running for President of the USA, which he can’t because he’s Scottish, would go to jail. Or “The Big House” as a certain Mr Romney put it.
Warning: all my understanding of Super PAC legislation comes from watching The Colbert Report.