It’s a chook. It’s a aircraft. No, it’s Dean Cain slamming DC comics for saying that the new Superman is bisexual.
The 55-year-old actor — who starred within the ABC collection “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” from 1993 to 1997 — hit out on the comedian e-book makers throughout an interview with Fox & Friends on Tuesday.
“They said it’s a bold new direction, I say they’re bandwagoning,” Cain defiantly declared.
“Robin just came out as bi — who’s really shocked about that one? The new Captain America is gay. My daughter in [the TV series] “Supergirl,” the place I performed the daddy, was homosexual. So I don’t suppose it’s daring or courageous or some loopy new route. If that they had executed this 20 years in the past, maybe that will be daring or courageous.”
The actor continued his on-air rant, saying: “Brave would be having him fighting for the rights of gay people in Iran where they’ll throw you off a building for the offense of being gay.”
“They’re talking about having him fight climate change and the deportation of refugees and he’s dating a hacktivist — whatever a hacktivist is.”
Cain’s declare that the comedian bookmakers had been advantage signaling then pivoted to a political rant, during which he introduced up Afghanistan.
“Why don’t they have him fight the injustices that created the refugees whose deportation he’s protesting?” he requested.
“That would be brave, I’d read that. Or fighting for the rights of women to attend school and have the ability to work and live and boys not to be raped by men under the new warm and fuzzy Taliban — that would be brave.”
Cain isn’t any stranger to talking out about “woke” comedian books.
Back in July, the star blasted a new Captain America comedian e-book that questions whether or not the American Dream exists.
“I love the concept of Captain America, but I am so tired of this wokeness and anti-Americanism,” Cain acknowledged throughout one other look on Fox & Friends.
“In my opinion, America is the greatest country in history,” he stated. “It’s not perfect. We are constantly striving for a more perfect union, but I believe she’s the most fair, equitable country anyone’s ever seen, and that’s why people are clamoring to get here from all over the globe.”
Cain’s newest remarks come sooner or later after DC Comics introduced their newest iteration of Superman — Jon Kent, the 17-year-old son of Clark Kent — is bisexual.
In the new comedian, “Superman: Son of Kal-El,” Jon will embark on a relationship with younger “hacktivist” reporter Jay Nakamura, whereas additionally addressing the world’s societal issues, in response to author Tom Taylor.
“It is a pretty big deal doing it with Jon Kent as Superman … I hope this kind of thing will not be seen as a big deal in the future,” artist John Timms advised IGN.
“It will be interesting to see him not only trying to find himself as a person but a global superhero in the complex atmosphere of modern life,” he added.