Marvel Comics turned a gay writer and a transgender artist loose on its revered Captain America character, and the predictable result is a homosexual superhero dripping with victimhood.
The “gay” character will appear in The United States of Captain America, a new comic book series set to be released on June 2. Marvel released images of its first openly queer Captain America character on March 17.
“Marvel Comics is proud to honor Pride Month with the rise of this new LGBTQ+ hero,” stated the company, signaling its virtue to its homosexual customers and those who sympathize daily with their victimhood.
Writer Joshua Trujillo wrote the debut issue, which introduces the character Aaron Fischer.
“Aaron is inspired by heroes of the queer community: activists, leaders and everyday folks pushing for a better life,” Trujilo told The Hollywood Reporter.
“He stands for the oppressed and the forgotten. I hope his debut story resonates with readers and helps inspire the next generation of heroes.”
Fischer was illustrated by Jan Bazaldua, who is a transgender artist.
“I am happy to be able to present an openly gay person who admires Captain America and fights against evil to help those who are almost invisible to society,” Bazaldua stated.
“While I was drawing him, I thought, well, Cap fights against super-powerful beings and saves the world almost always, but Aaron helps those who walk alone in the street with problems that they face every day. I hope people like the end result!”
The Fischer character sports a hairstyle with close-shaved sides, and an American flag tattoo on his right arm. He also has multiple piercings, including a ring in his nose.