Truth, justice and the American way? It includes room for a bisexual Superman.
Make no mistake: It’s true that when Superman (1938), Batman (1939), Spider-Man (1962) and other popular comic book heroes were conceived, introducing LGBTQ or Black superheroes would have been socially and commercially unfeasible. The first openly gay comic book hero to appear in a major title was Marvel’s Northstar, who made his debut in 1979 and eventually wound up in the popular “X-Men” series. While his sexuality was only suggested for several years, it was made explicit in 1992.