Superman is now a father of two, with Jonathan Kent taking on a male partner in the comics. The new storyline has been met with mixed reactions from fans, but it’s likely to have an impact on how comic book stories are told moving forward.
Superman is now Super-Bi, and his son Jonathan Kent has taken on a male partner. The story was released by DC Comics in the newest issue of Superman.
Jonathan Kent Takes on a Male Partner: Superman is Now Super-Bi
DC’s ever-present white flesh babyface is now a switch-hitter.
In the forthcoming Superman: Son of Kal-El #5, Jonathan Kent, the son of Clark and Lois, will be dating a pink-haired twink because, well, why not?
Following the events of the “Future State” crossover, Jon, as his lover refers to him, received the “mantle” of Superman from his father. If it resonates with you, consider yourself part of a select club of just a few dozen individuals who still read printed eye cancer. The “Son of Kal-El” narrative apparently centers on 17-year-old Jon as he struggles with his sexuality, something that the comic-buying public couldn’t care less about, since manga sales exceed anything else coming out of the barren wasteland of contemporary comics.
If you don’t want issues #4 and #5 spoiled, don’t worry; they’ll be in the following report, which was provided exclusively to IGN by Tom Taylor, the creator of this atrocity.
Jay Nakamura, a “hacktivist” who idolizes Lois Lane and has previously given a “helpful hand” – in more than one manner, as IGN writes – will be the “catcher” in this scenario.
“It probably won’t surprise you to learn I’ve had gay characters and stories rejected over the years in this business,” Taylor remarked, overestimating the quality of his work. “Every time this occurred, I felt like I was betraying people I cared about.” However, we are in a much different and more welcoming environment now than we were 10, or even five years ago. I realized that replacing Clark with another straight white savior [you know, the character of Clark Kent] would be a great opportunity lost when I was asked if I wanted to [to] create a new Superman with a new #1 for the DC Universe. “I’ve always believed that everyone needs heroes and that everyone deserves to see themselves reflected in their heroes,” said a moron. Yes, I can see myself in an extraterrestrial or a guy who can communicate with marine animals underwater; this is why fans of Superman and Aquaman like their tales because they can “see themselves in their heroes.” Also, in September’s Aquaman: The Becoming #1, that audience should be thrilled about the direction of Aquaman, who has just been relaunched as a young, black, homosexual Jackson Hyde, ticking several boxes right there.
“Doing it with Jon Kent as Superman is a very significant thing,” illustrator John Timms said. “Given how we’ve seen Jon grow up before our eyes, it’ll be fascinating to see him attempt to discover himself as a person, much alone a worldwide super hero, in the complicated environment of contemporary life.” I’d like to point you that this Jonathan Kent is just 17 years old and therefore not a legal adult; this is just a side remark. “On the other hand, I hope this sort of behavior will not be regarded as a major issue in the future,” Timms adds (regrettably). You may imagine how things could turn out in the future if the world’s most powerful man is a member of the LGBT community. There are so many possibilities on the horizon and beyond.”
Why was it front and center in the interview if Taylor and Tibbs didn’t want it to be such a big deal? Why is it the driving force for this version of Superman? They’re liars and subverters, that’s why. Tim Drake’s Robin is bisexual in Batman: Urban Legends #6, so it’s not even an original concept; they’re just being lazy. It will be on full show in The Eternals, which will include Marvel’s first on-screen homosexual superhero in Phastos, and we’ll have to wait a little longer for America Chavez’s scheduled debut in Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
Please accept my apologies if you love Superman and were hoping for a nice tale. I’ve heard Superman & Lois is excellent.
Superman is Now Super-Bi: Jonathan Kent Takes on a Male Partner is a new comic book that explores the idea of Clark Kent and Lois Lane having a son. Reference: superman son.
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