British actor and TV presenter Christopher Biggins spoke out towards DC Comics’ new Superman being revealed as a bisexual man. 

The comedian e-book writer introduced on Monday that the son of Lois Lane and Clark Kent, Jon, who just lately joined his dad as Superman, will start a relationship with a male good friend in an upcoming challenge. 

Speaking on “Good Morning Britain,” Biggins, who is homosexual, stated that he wasn’t in favor of turning Superman right into a bisexual man. Instead, he argued that illustration for the LGBTQ+ group ought to are available in the type of a brand new, unique character. 

“If you want to do something like this, do something original, don’t take characters that already exist and make them into something they’re not,” he explained


Biggins added: “I think it’s important that we continue to do that and not pander to the woke system.”

However, one among the hosts famous that Biggins’ opinion on the matter appeared to stem from a misunderstanding of what DC actually announced. Clark Kent, who was first launched as Superman in 1938, is not the particular person being revealed as bisexual. Instead, it’s his son. The host notes that nobody is altering their sexual id or revealing they’ve been hiding one thing for years. Jon Kent is solely 17 in the comedian “Superman: Son of Kal-El.” After spending a while as Superboy, his father inspired him to tackle the “Superman” title with him.

In response, Biggins doubled down on his assertion that DC ought to create new characters which can be a part of the LGBTQ+ group.

“I do find it absolutely bizarre that this is what people want nowadays,” Biggins responded. “Why can’t we stick to what we’ve had and been given? Why don’t they do some new characters, why don’t they create something new, something different, then go to a character we all know, we all love and we all know as this?”

DC has a prolonged roster of unique characters who don’t establish as heterosexual. In latest years, notable characters reminiscent of Batwoman, John Constantine, Captain Cold, a brand new model of Robin and the new particular person taking over the mantle of Aquaman have all been confirmed as LGBTQ+ characters. 

Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, shall be revealed as bisexual in an upcoming challenge of ‘Superman: Son of Kal-El.’
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The New York Times famous in an interview with the new comedian e-book’s author that, whereas there have been many comedian e-book characters who’ve come out just lately, somebody as high-profile as Superman marks a major second for the LGBTQ+ group in comedian historical past.

Biggins feedback echo these made by actor Dean Cain on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday the place he too derided the resolution to make the new Superman bisexual as “bandwagoning.” 

“I don’t think it’s bold or brave or some crazy new direction. If they had done this 20 years ago, perhaps that would be bold or brave,” he stated. “But brave would be having him fight for the rights of gay people in Iran where they’ll throw you off a building for the offense of being gay.” 

In an upcoming challenge, Jon will take after his father when he begins a relationship with an up-and-coming journalist named Jay Nakamura. 

Christopher Biggins spoke out about the annoucement that DC Will reveal the new Superman to be bisexual.

Christopher Biggins spoke out about the annoucement that DC Will reveal the new Superman to be bisexual.
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According to the announcement from DC Comics, the two initially grew to become associates when Jon was attempting at having a secret id as a highschool pupil. However, in “Superman: Son of Kal-El” quantity 5, the two will share a kiss after Superman turns into mentally and bodily burnt out from attempting to save everybody he probably can. 

Artist John Timms added: “I’m incredibly honored to be working beside Tom on the ‘Superman: Son of Kal-El’ series showing Jon Kent tackling his complex modern life, while also saving the world from its greatest threats, villains and menaces.”