Published: October 13, 2021
Dean Cain blows up DC Comics’ decision to make Superman bisexual
From Movieguide® employees
Dean Cain, best known for his television role as Superman in LOIS & CLARK, crushed DC Comics’ decision to make the character bisexual.
In the comics, John Kent, son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is now Superman.
“You said it was a brave new direction. I say they make a move, ”said Cain.
“Why doesn’t he let him fight the injustices that have created the refugees whose deportation he is protesting? That would be brave, I would have read that, ”added Cain. “Or fight to ensure that women under the new, warm-hearted Taliban have the right to go to school, work and live and that boys are not raped by men.”
Cain previously condemned the politically correct culture influencing comics today, including a gay Captain America.
As Movieguide® previously reported:
“I love the concept of Captain America, but I’m so sick of this alertness and this anti-Americanism,” said Cain in an interview with FOX AND FRIENDS.
“I find this alertness, it’s omnipresent,” says Cain. “It goes through everything. It’s in our school system. The coolest thing to do today is beat America. The comics make it possible. Schools indoctrinate our children. Our movies or TV shows are full of them. Celebrities, actors, athletes, the media, they love to beat up America. I do not get it.”
In the comics, the newest Captain America is a gay teenager named Aaron Fischer. In THE HAWK AND THE WINTER SOLDIER, Sam Wilson picks up the shield despite a black super soldier named Elijah preventing Bradley Wilson from doing so because of America’s racist history. …
“I think America is the greatest country in history,” says Cain. “It’s not perfect. As we all know, we are constantly striving for a more perfect Union, but I believe it is the fairest and fairest country ever, with more opportunities than ever, and that is why people from all over the world are shouting here.
“I agree with Senator Tom Cotton … who said that Captain may need to be demoted to lieutenant. I think that makes sense, ”continues Cain. “America has its core principles that I firmly believe in. I believe in individual freedom, I believe in equal opportunity, not result, competition, the ability to compete with pretty hard work that brings you success and material wealth, which in turn gives you independence. This is what everyone on this planet wants. This is what everyone strives for. That’s why they’re trying to come here. “
The same goes for Cain’s opinion on the new Superman.
“There is really bad in the world today, real corruption and government abuse … It would be great to address these issues. I would love to see the character do that, ”he said.