Left-wing activist and Marvel’s radical leftist comic book author Ta-Nehisi Coates has turned clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson into “Red Skull.”

The latest issue of “Captain America” stunned the famous “12 Rules for Life” and “Beyond Order” author this week when he realized the creative hit job in a story titled “All Die Young: Part IX.”

The tale takes place after the Nazi-inspired villain used “chaos to his advantage” during a bomb scare.

“What the hell?” Peterson tweeted as a panel of Red Skull discussing “10 Rules for Life,” “Chaos and Order” and “The Feminist Trap” went viral across social media.

Critics of Coates have consistently claimed that he was infusing tales with left-wing activism during his run on the book.

Similarly, editor Tom Brevoort, associate editor Alanna Smith and editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski have been accused of turning Marvel’s “House of Ideas” into a home for activists.

“Do I really live in a universe where Ta-Nehisi Coates has written a Captain America comic featuring a parody of my ideas as part of the philosophy of the arch-villain Red Skull?” Peterson added late Monday.

The famous author has consistently denied attempts to frame him as a “Nazi,” “white supremacist” or “transphobic” bigot over the years by left-wing critics of his work.

Ta-Nehisi Coates Clearly Feels Threatened By Jordan B. Peterson

His books, which have nothing to do with white supremacy, encourage readers to “treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping” and “pursue what is meaningful (not what is expedient).”

“If you cease to utter falsehoods and live according to the dictates of your conscience, you can maintain your nobility,” chapter 7 of “12 Rules for Life” notes. “Even when facing the ultimate threat; if you abide, truthfully and courageously, by the highest of ideals, you will be provided with more security and strength than will be offered by any short-sighted concentration of your own safety; if you live properly, fully, you can discover meaning so profound that it protects you even from fear of death.”

News of Coates’ and co-writer Leonard Kirk’s “Red Skull” take on Peterson comes in the wake of DC Films and Warner Bros. teaming up with the former for an upcoming “Superman” movie.

“To be invited into the DC Extended Universe by Warner Bros., DC Films and Bad Robot is an honor,” Coates said in a statement released in late February. “I look forward to meaningfully adding to the legacy of America’s most iconic mythic hero.”


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