First Term U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (known by her initials AOC) has garnered a lot of attention in popular as well as political circles, and now publisher Devil’s Due is immortalizing her as a superhero in her own one-shot comic launching on May 15.

After the news broke, the tabloid news website  TMZ asked her on camera what she thought of being cast as a superhero. "It’s an honor people would put so much of their time and talent into that all on their own," Ocasio-Cortez said. "I’m especially honored that they’re donating the proceeds to Raices Texas [a non-profit that provides legal services to immigrants and refugees] for immigration and civil rights protections. So that part of the project, if it can benefit communities that need it, is really amazing,” Osasio-Cortez said. “It's incredibly humbling. If I can be that for a little girl somewhere where she can see herself being a superhero, I think that’s important for us to see we all have a superhero inside of us.”

The publisher behind Barack the Barbarian (see “Two More Obama Comics”) is parodying politics once again. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Freshman Force: New Party, Who Dis? Is a 48-page one shot published by Devil’s Due / 1First Comics, LLC.  It is written by Devil’s Due Publisher Josh Blaylock and others, with art by Tim Seeley and more. Contributors include Christa Cassano, Dean Haspiel, Hoyt Silva, Jill Thompson, Marguerite Dabaie and more. MSRP is $5.99.

The comic creators converge to celebrate the most diverse group of freshmen Representatives elected to U.S. Congress ever, and then immediately take aim to satirize the Washington establishment on both sides of the political aisle. There are short comics from a variety of creators, plus bonus activities and games.  A special variant cover, the Washington Warrior Collector Variant, is available at the Ocasio Comics website. Devil’s Due is also offering exclusive store variant cover editions.