Superman goes bisexual: coming out in the new comic
Superman becomes bisexual and will come out in the new comic coming out: it was announced by DC Comics, the American publishing house that, in 1938, gave life to the first and most famous superhero in the history of comics.
The turning point is expected on November 9 when the new issue of the series will be released Superman: Son of Kal-El, in which the deeds of the new Superman are told that none other than Jon Kent, son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.
In the comic, Jon Kent will establish a relationship with the young reporter Jay Nakamura, already among the protagonists of the previous issues.
Tom Taylor, writer of the series, commented on Superman’s coming out: “I’ve always said that everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes and I’m very grateful that DC and Warner Bros. share this idea. The Superman symbol has always been synonymous with hope, truth and justice. Today that symbol represents something more ”.
“Five years ago it would have been more difficult, but I think things have changed in a really positive way,” Taylor added Bbc stating that he is not worried about any protests from fans – There will always be people who will use the usual argument of not putting politics in comics, forgetting that every single story has always been political in some way ”.
“We couldn’t be more proud to tell this important story than Tom Taylor and John Timms – the editors of DC Comics said – We talk a lot about the power of the DC Multiverse in our storytelling and this is another incredible example”.