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Comics: Superman Accepts His Bi Son

Superman's Son Comes Out

Superman’s son has finally come out to his father as bisexual in an emotional edition of the comic – and of course, he accepts him. The heartfelt moment fans everywhere had been waiting for finally happened in issue 17 of Superman: Son of Kal-El in what was an incredibly well-written back-and-forth between Superman and his son, Jon Kent. Editor’s Note: I bought my first comic book in the late seventies – Action Comics #500. Superman was my idol – strong and handsome and good. To finally see him (even if it’s his super son) coming out as Bi… it makes … Read more

Jon Kent’s Superman Gets a Rainbow Cape for Pride

Superman Rainbow Cape

Superman of Earth Jon Kent gets an LGBT+ inspired cape upgrade thanks to his boyfriend in a new DC Pride comic. Kent and his boyfriend, Jay Nakamura, appear in the highly-anticipated DC Pride 2022, which will hit stores later this month. Kent – who is the son of original Superman Clark Kent and Lois Lane – opens the present and pulls out a new Superman cape with the colours of various Pride flags – including the pansexual, bisexual, trans, ace and non-binary flags – stitched on the inside. The young hero appears thrilled with the gift as he shares a … Read more

COMICS: “Bi Superman” Comicbook Writer’s Genius Response to Homophobic Trolls

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DC Comics writer Tom Taylor has revealed the way he has chosen to deal with the hateful homophobes who continue to send abusive messages over his bisexual Superman storyline. A small number of trolls have been targeting Taylor over the bisexual Superman storyline and the writer revealed the genius way he has been responding to them. Taking to Twitter, Taylor said he had been getting death threats and shared a screenshot of one of the horrific messages. He added: “Miroslav from Facebook, like so many before you, I made a donation to @minus18youth in our name [rainbow flag emoji]”. Taylor also … Read more

COMICS: Creators of Bi Superman Comic Given Police Protection

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The creators of Superman: Son of Kal-El, in which the new Superman comes out as bisexual, have reportedly been given police protection after receiving death threats. Last month, DC Comics revealed that Jon Kent, the Superman of Earth and son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is bisexual. The younger Kent is a different kind of Superman to his father – he combats climate change, protests against the deportation of refugees and is in a relationship with a man. The announcement was largely met with celebration from fans, and DC Comics received an “unprecedented” number of orders for the issue, … Read more

TV: Bi Superman Unlikely in Superman and Lois Series, Actor Says

Jordan Elsass

Superman and Lois actor Jordan Elsass has addressed whether or not Jonathan Kent is bisexual in the CW series. DC Comics announced Jon Kent, the son of OG Superman Clark Kent and Lois Lane, will be bisexual in the upcoming comic Superman: Son of Kal-El #5. The comic book series features Jon protecting Earth as the new Man of Steel while his dad is fighting evil off-planet. In the upcoming November comic, Jon eventually becomes physically and mentally burnt out from the burden of being Superman when pink-haired reporter Jay Nakamura steps in to take care of the hero. The … Read more

COMICS: DC Confirms New Superman is Bi

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DC Comics has revealed that Jon Kent, the Superman of Earth and son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is bisexual. When Superman: Son of Kal-El #5 hits the shelves of comic book shops on 9 November, fans will see the younger Kent strike up a friendship, which soon develops into a romance, with reporter Jay Nakamura. Writer Tom Taylor said: “I’ve always said everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes and I’m very grateful DC and Warner Bros share this idea. Superman’s symbol has always stood for hope, for truth and for justice. Today, … Read more

COMICS: Will the Next Superman Be Gay?

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Editor’s note: This is still thinly sourced and may go up in smoke But oh, to dream: DC Comics is preparing to make Superman gay – and it’s partly down to longstanding trademark issues, according to unconfirmed reports. The claim was made by former DC Comics artist Ethan Van Sciver who is often considered to be in-the-know when it comes to the direction of future comic books. Van Sciver made the claim in a livestream on YouTube on Thursday (19 August) titled “SUPERMAN IS GAY! Shocking DC Comics SCOOP!!” “I just found out, I got a little bit of a … Read more

Colton Haynes: Make Matt Bomer the Next Superman

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Actor Colton Haynes has joined the conversation about the recast of Superman. While Henry Cavill might be hanging up his cape for good, the debate over who is going to be the next Clark Kent has started on social media. In a tweet, the Teen Wolf actor explained who should replace Cavill and fight for justice in the next DC movies. ‘Wouldn’t it be really incredible to see an out gay actor cast as Superman?’ he wrote. ‘Matt Bomer has my vote!’ he also tweeted adding a heart emoji. Actor Matt Bomer has risen to fame as con artist Neal Caffrey in … Read more

Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman Booty

The whole internet is going absolutely crazy over former Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin and his ‘super-gluts’ after images of him being in his ultra-tight Superman suit surfaced. The 28-year-old will be appearing as Superman in the second season of Supergirl that’s coming this fall on The CW. And you don’t even have to wait too long as Hoechlin (and his superbody) will debut in the first two episodes of the show. Full Story at Gay Star News

Superman Statue Was a Hit at Comic-Con

Superman Statue

Love it or hate it, there is probably one image from this year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” that was impossible to forget. A Superman statue in the fictional Metropolis used in advertisements — with the words “false god” scrawled across it in blood red spray paint — which represented a dark turn for Warner Bros. in its first crack at universe building. The vandalism in the movie represented mankind’s fear of the Last Son of Krypton and a rejection of a statue that aimed to idolize a larger-than-life hero. By Phillip Molnar – Full Story at the Unio … Read more