This is a bird. This is a plane. No, this Dean Super hits DC comics to announce that the new Superman is bisexual.
The 55-year-old actor, who starred in ABC’s “Lois & Clark: Superman’s New Adventures” from 1993 to 1997, criticized the comic book makers in an interview with Fox & Friends on Tuesday.
“They said it was a bold new direction, I mean, they’re in a group,” Cain said firmly.
“Robin just came out as a bi-si – who’s really surprised by that? The new captain is an American gay. My daughter came in [the TV series] The “Supergirl” my dad played was gay. I don’t think it’s a bold or daring or crazy new direction. If they had done it 20 years ago, maybe it would have been brave or courageous. ”
“When he fights for homosexual rights in Iran, he will kick you out of the building because you are gay,” the actor continued.
“They’re talking about him fighting climate change and deporting refugees, and he’s going to meet a hacktivist.
Cain’s claim that comic bookmakers are a mark of virtue later turned into political gossip that nurtured Afghanistan.
“Why don’t they fight the injustices created by refugees protesting their deportation?” he asked.
“It would be bold, I would have read it. Or the ability of women to fight for the right to go to school, to work and live, and the boys not to be raped by men under the new hot and uncertain Taliban,” he said. “It would be courageous.”
Cain is no stranger when it comes to “awakened” comics.
In July, a new captain released an American comic that asked if the star had an “American Dream”.
“I love the Captain America concept, but I’m so tired of that vigilance and the fight against Americans,” Kane said in his next speech at Fox & Friends.
“I think America is the greatest country in history,” he said. “It’s not perfect. We always strive for a perfect union, but I think it’s the fairest and most equal country no one has ever seen, so people want to come here from all over the world.”
Kane’s last words came a day after DC Comics announced Superman’s latest iteration — John Kent, Clark Kent’s 17-year-old bisexual son.
According to writer Tom Taylor, in the new comic “Superman: Son of Cal-El,” John establishes a relationship with young “hacktivist” reporter Jay Nakamura, as well as solving social problems around the world.
“It’s a big deal to work with John Kent as a Superman … I hope something like this doesn’t matter much in the future,” artist John Timms told IGN.
“Not only is he trying to find himself as a person, but it will be interesting to see a global superhero in the complex environment of modern life,” he added.