New Superman To Find His Identity

In the fifth issue of DC’s comic, Superman: Son of Kal-El, Jon Kent comes out as Bisexual

Latest comic of DC, Superman: Son Of Kal-El fifth issue which is going to be in Book stores from 9th November. It was announced on Monday that in the comic, the new Superman Jon Kent come out as Bisexual. He is going to be seen in a romantic relationship with report Jay Nakamura.

 

New Superman Jon Kent is the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane. As he is the son of Superman the same powers have substituted him. Therefore he decided to walk on the same path as his father’s and that’s how he started saving the earth.

 

In the press, DC told few details about the comic and Jon Kent. The information was about Jon coming out as Bisexual and his relationship with the journalist Jay Nakamura. Also, how he fell for a report as his father.

Tom Taylor, the writer who has also worked on Dark Knights of Steel, and John Timms, an artist who has worked on Harley Quinn have shared a beautiful message behind the creation of the new Superman.

Tom Taylor said, ” Everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes”. This can be an impactful sentence to the DC fans.

 

Also, he stated that Jon and Jay are going to share a kiss in the fifth issue of Superman: The Son Of Kal-El, which is going to release on 09 November.

Tom Taylor also said, ” Today, more people can see themselves in the most powerful superhero in comics.” These beautiful words from Tom Taylor are meant to be reached to DC fans and people that the Superheroes are perfect the way they are and so as you.

In this comic, Superman was known for hope, truth, and justice but now the New Superman will be known for more. He is going to find his individuality, find himself, the person he is, and the essence of his life. He’s going to explore himself. He will also be going to learn the secrets of his family.

 

This new Superman is going to be a hero whom people can connect to and feel even more worthy and admirable as a person.