As the fall-out continues to spread across the world due to President Barack Obama swatting a fly with ninja-like reflexes, killing the insect instantly, a portion of the population is up in arms (all 6 or 8 of them) about one of its kin-folk.
"This is an outrage!" complained Spider-Man. "I voted for the guy, and now he does this?! What happened to my bug rights?! Is this the 'change' he was talking about?"
"I knew that fly!" exclaimed the Blue Beetle. "We were going to hang out this weekend at a family reunion!"
"That's nothing!" an irate Ant-Man cried. "He and I had just swarmed a family on a picnic earlier that day, and I never had a chance to say good-bye!"
As bug-related heroes and villains such as Spider-Woman, the Scorpion, Black Widow, and the Wasp fear for their lives, should they find themselves within striking distance of Obama's Weapons of Mass Destruction (ie. his bare hands), others have spoken out with concern that they'll be on Obama's 'hit-list' next.
"He killed a fly, so what's to stop him from doing the same thing to my kind?" asked Batman.
"Right on, brother!" chipped in Hawkman, as Wolverine, the Black Cat, and Doctor Octopus feared reprisals for animal-related individuals with super-powers.
Meanwhile, reporters spotted independent super-villain, Hornet-Man, laugh at the potential rise to stardom for this lesser-known villain once the Big Names were also swatted, until Vice-President Joe Biden backed up over him with his car.