Dean Cain is not happy with the bisexual character of the new Superman.
According to the actor, this isn’t bold or brave anymore. Multiple series and shows are portraying the characters that are gay, including the new Captain America and Supergirl, so it is not something new. If this decision had been taken 20 years ago, we would have considered it a bold move, but it isn’t something new for now.
DC Comics has announced that the new character of Superman, referred to as Jonathan Kent, who is the son of the previous Superman, will fall in love with one of his male friends, and a romantic relationship would start between them.
Being a gay hero is not something new in the Hollywood industry nowadays, as many film actors are seen as part of the LGBTQ+ section.
The 55-year-old Dean Cain, who has played the role of Superman in previous decades, hasn’t appreciated this new change. According to him, it isn’t a bold step in the recent era. In his perspective, the character of Superman should focus more on fighting the evil forces instead of displaying the romance as a gay character.
Elaborating further, he proclaimed that Superman should work for human rights in the series. Many real-world problems need the attention of Superman including, fighting against the injustice with refugees, fighting for the privilege of women to attend school, human trafficking, real corruption, actual slavery, and prevention of rape.
Another famous character Batman was seen in love with a man in the latest comics, and the number of bisexual and gay characters in movies and cartoons is increasing day by day. Images that are now available for the upcoming comics reveal Superman kissing his pink-haired partner, who is dressed in an orange hoodie.
However, there are similarities between the previous and the new Superman, including falling in love with a reporter. Please share this article with your friends and ask their reviews about the new Superman and his being gay.
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