How Superman Became Bisexual: It ‘makes perfect sense’

LGBTQ superheroes are nothing new at the two major comic book publishers, DC Comics and Marvel Comics. At DC, Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, debuted in 2012. In August, Tim Drake, the Robin of the 1990s and the third of four Boy Wonders to fight alongside Batman, revealed to be bisexual. Aquaman ally Jackson Hyde, aka Aqualad, is gay. Harley Quinn, perhaps DC’s most popular character right now, has fallen in love with the Joker and her peer Poison Ivy. Marvel’s LGBTQ characters include America Chavez; Wiccan, son of Scarlet Witch; and X-Men members Ice-Man and Northstar. | How Superman Became Bisexual: It ‘makes perfect sense’


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