Senatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke is the Left’s Great Hope against Terrible Ted Cruz, and there’s a new image sure to give wings to the wishes of the Democratic masses.

An Austin artist — Chris Rogers — has created a mural…of O’Rourke as a Superman.

Which villain would that make Ted?

Rogers documented the progress on Instagram; according to Austin Monthly, the work required 40 hours of tender loving care.

The image portrays Beto with his shirt opened, revealing a “B” on his chest.

A press release unveiled the theme of the mural:

“Out of the darkness comes the light.”

Austin Monthly seems particularly psyched about the goofy painting:

“Rogers continues to bring hope with his newest mural.”

Hope! Continuously!

Check it out:

People were lovin’ it! He’s a rockstar:

Bad news, however — Just days after its completion, a supervillain struck:

It shouldn’t be too much of a defeat; we all know every great hero comes back in a sequel.

I assume hispanic SuperBeto’s secret identity would be mild-mannered white guy, Robert O’Rourke.

But I have questions for you, RedState readers —

In addition to what villain Ted would be:

What do you think the “B” should stand for?

What’s SuperBeto’s kryptonite?

I anxiously await your comments.

Also — It looks like our hero may have a formidable rival:

See 3 more pieces from me: a jockey in panties, celebrating George H.W., and Rodman winning me over.

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