Gay Comics, The world Needs Heroes And Superman Will Come Out As Bisexual: Superhero publisher DC Comics has announced that one of its superheroes is coming out as bisexual, taking a “bold new direction.”
Gay Comics, The world Needs Heroes And Superman Will Come Out As Bisexual
“Superman: Son of Kal-El” comic book publisher DC Comics confirmed in a statement released on Monday that Jon Kent, the “Superman of Earth,” will “become romantically involved” with reporter Jay Nakamura in an upcoming issue.
However, this Superman is not the Clark Kent of your memory. In a new incarnation of the long-running character, Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, has taken up the Superman mantle.
Views Of Tom Taylor
Tom Taylor, a writer, says in a statement on Monday, he always says everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in own heroes. DC and Warner Bros. share this idea.”
Since the dawn of time, the symbol of Superman has represented hope, the truth, and the pursuit of justice. That symbol has acquired new meaning in the modern era. More and more people today can identify with the most powerful superhero of all time.
Jay is there to care for the Man of Steel after a scene in which Superman is mentally and physically exhaust from trying to save everyone that he can, according to DC. A new issue of the magazine will feature the storey on the 15th of next month.
DC Comics has a slew of gay heroes in addition to Superman. According to multiple reports, Tim Drake, one of many Robins who have served with Batman, was seen accepting a date from another male character.
The New York Times noted that Clark’s relationship with Kent is not the only departure from the original Superman’s life.
Jon Kent has fought against the deportation of refugees from Metropolis, battled climate change-related wildfires, and more.
It felt like a missed opportunity to replace Clark Kent with another straight white saviour,” Taylor said to the outlet.
It was his belief that a “new Superman” needed to face new challenges. Such as “real world problems,” which he could overcome as one of the world’s most powerful people.
Date Confirmed And LGBTQ As Highest In Group
National Coming Out Day has been confirmed by DC Comics, who have confirmed that Jon Kent will make his debut on that day. According to the Human Rights Campaign, it’s the 33rd anniversary of the holiday this year.
Approximately six out of ten LGBTQ people identify as “bisexual+, a term used to describe a variety of “non-monosexual” orientations.
According to HRC “genders and sexual orientations such as pansexual and fluid. The many people who identify as LGBTQ is the highest within this group.