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The new Superman has rocked the world of all DC comic fans in the most overwhelming way. DC Comics announced on Monday that Jon Kent, the new superman character will be portrayed as Bisexual.
Jon is the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane and he will be part of the LGBTQ+ community as the new superman. Jay Nakamura will be the reporter of the same gender whom he will be falling for.
The storyline is the part of a new comic series 'Superman: Son of Kal-El' as Jon Kent takes place of his father Clark Kent. DC Comics chose just the perfect day to announce coming out news as Monday is celebrated as National Coming Out Day, a day to raise awareness about the LGBTQ+ community in the U.S.
Tom Taylor, the writer of the new comic series, shared on his Twitter a glimpse of one of the illustrations where Superman is seen kissing Jay Nakamura. “Our #Superman comes out. Happy #ComingOutDay,” says the caption.
Netizens loved the new Superman and showered love over it with tweets, Let us take a look:
I became a Superman fan as a kid because I related to him. An immigrant, a sense of justice, and a secret identity. His son, Jon Kent is coming out in the comics. I’m proud of @DCComics & @TomTaylorMade for giving young LGBTQ+ people a hero of their own. https://t.co/Sd4n9W9471— RoBOOert ???? Garcia ???? (@RobertGarcia) October 12, 2021
A big “congrats” to my good friend @TomTaylorMade, who has all my support. A heartfelt “welcome” to everyone who saw today as GREAT news, and especially those who now have a Superman that they can more easily identify with as a result.— Phillip Kennedy Johnson (@PhillipKJohnson) October 12, 2021
To those who were NOT happy with the (6/ )
Honestly, this is going to make a huge impact on so many LGBTQ+ young people across the world. To see themselves in a hero like Jon Kent. I’m so proud of you, @johntimmsart and @DCComics. It’s brave and historic.— RoBOOert ???? Garcia ???? (@RobertGarcia) October 11, 2021
Superman: Son of Kal-El #5 variant that I got to contribute colors to over Travis Moore's lines pic.twitter.com/41IMz687ZC— Tamra Bonvillain (@TBonvillain) October 11, 2021
"Superman's symbol has always stood for hope, for truth and for justice. Today, that symbol represents something more."—@TomTaylorMade
Earth’s new Superman comes out as bisexual in SUPERMAN: SON OF KAL-EL #5, on sale November 9. Details: https://t.co/tbDIwetW6G pic.twitter.com/kdL05HhzlO— DC Nation (@thedcnation) October 11, 2021
I try not to judge people. But the way some people have reacted to Jon Kent #Superman coming out as bisexual makes me sincerely believe that some people don't deserve this character.— DLKeatis (@DLKeatis) October 12, 2021
I... I just don't understand how anyone can be a Superman fan AND a bigot. pic.twitter.com/ZnCQoIYOnQ
Maybe one day they’ll understand that queer character are not made for teaching kids to be queer, but to teach them that there’s nothing wrong in being who you are and loving who you want to love.#Superman ????️????— Daniele Di Nicuolo (@DiNicuolo_) October 12, 2021
A quick thread about #Superman coming out as bisexual. As a general rule it annoys me that people who know nothing about comics drive discourse about a format they haven't read in 20 years but people are shocked or supportive - I'm cautiously optimistic pic.twitter.com/p1YZ3epOgA— Dr. Jason Johnson (@DrJasonJohnson) October 12, 2021