The GOP presidential nominee will appear as a superhero on a 55-foot digital billboard in Times Square from Sept. 13-16, according to the New York Post.
The Committee to Restore America's Greatness, a super-PAC started by Trump ally Roger Stone, will pay $25,000 for the ad. 
The billboard will show Trump flying through the clouds in a Superman costume with a letter "T" on his chest and the name "Super Trump" above the image.
It will also feature the campaign slogan “Make American great again" on the bottom.
“Donald Trump has the stamina to be president,” said Joel Gilbert, the filmmaker who created the ad. “You see Trump traveling the country on his airplane. He’s looking to solve people’s problems. … It’s giving power back to the people. Who is more American than Superman?”