Gay Superhero DC Comics
Published: May 22, 2012
Gay Superhero DC Comics, The homoe**t*c subtext of comic book superheroes has been a hot topic in the g*y community for some time. Now comics fans and the l***ian, g*y, biS-EX-ual and transgender (LGBT) blogosphere is abuzz with news that a major DC Comics character will “come out” in a future issue.
Details of the character and his specific story arc are relatively scarce thus far, but as Bleeding Cool is reporting, DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio told attendees at the Kapow Comic Convention in London that the superhero — an established player in one of the series, and was originally introduced as straight — will become “one of our most prominent g*y characters.”
DC Comics has produced some of the comic book world’s most iconic superheroes, including Superman, Wonder Woman and others. Senior Vice President Bob Wayne compared his company’s policy on g*y characters to that of President Obama in that it “has evolved.”
DiDio previously hinted at the introduction of a g*y character last year in an interview with The Advocate. “What we really wanted to do was show the diversity of our audience across the line of our books,” he said at the time. “Right now we have such a wide fan base and we wanted to create characters and stories that really reflected [that] fan base.”
Gay storylines have been infiltrating the comic world at large for some time. Earlier this year, Archie Comics featured Kevin Keller — the fictional Riverdale’s first openly g*y character who is also an active U.S. military officer — tying the knot with his African-American boyfriend Clay Walker. (Huffington Post)
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