The history of LGBT characters in the comic book industry has proved controversial. The Comics Code Authority banned any suggestions of homosexuality in comic books until in America, and it wasn't until the s that LGBT characters started to feature in more stand-alone stories. Nowadays, modern audiences demand diversity in popular culture that reflects life. LGBT characters have moved from the periphery to the forefront in comic books, growing in popularity and power.
A Brief History of Dick
The history of the gay subtext of Batman and Robin.
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Subscriber Account active since. After a whole decade of adopting Marvel's comics for the big screen, which has spawned 23 interconnected movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still noticeably starved of LGBTQ characters. Marvel Studios' filmmakers and executives have historically tiptoed around the issue.