- Nov 18, 2011
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Well, the OP is kind of a twit... I'll give you that. I've had a discussion with her(?) on another thread when I explained something to her three times and she STILL didn't understand it.
However, I can also see how long term fans of something can be upset when they make major changes for the sake of political correctness. If you want a woke gay superhero, make up your own, don't hijack someone else's superhero.
It is not about political correctness. It is about money made on the international market.
But if you think this change raises a fervor, wait till they see the upcoming comics where Superman is bisexual and has a fling with a guy.
"Today, more people can see themselves in the most powerful superhero in comics," the issue's writer said.