Bobby was Jewish on his mother's side and Irish Catholic on his father's. Bobby first discovered his mutant abilities at a young age when he found himself unable to stop feeling cold and shivering. A school bully named Rocky Beasely had convinced his gang to attack Bobby and Judy Harmon , his girlfriend at the time. Bobby panicked and encased Rocky in ice, saving Judy, but revealing his abilities to his peers.
Iceman (Marvel Comics)
Iceman | X-Men Movies Wiki | Fandom
Even those with a basic knowledge of X-Men know that story lines can get rather complicated. The characters are time-traveling teenage versions of the current superhero team and fight alongside their adult selves. See also: Catwoman is bisexual: Paws up for equal representation in comics. In issue No. Bobby Drake — is "outed" by his fellow X-Man, Jean Grey, after making some lewd comments about their teacher.
Pyro (Marvel Comics)
There aren't that many homosexual comic book characters. In fact, the dedicated Wikipedia page only lists 99 superheroes, from any publisher And when you get to name brand, easily recognizable read: movie characters? The list pretty much drops to zero, unless you're a really big Northstar fan. That's why fans reacted in shock to leaked pages from tomorrow's April 22 "All-New X-Men 40," which reveal that founding member of the X-Men, Iceman, is gay.
In January, there was much excitement around comic book writer Sina Grace, his Iceman series for Marvel Comics, and his latest creation: Shade, Marvel's first drag queen superhero. Much has changed since then. Iceman is apparently done after five issues, Shade is now called Darkveil, and, with his Marvel work seemingly concluded, Grace has quite a bit to say about how the comics publisher operates behind the scenes, specifically with regard to a creative product that caters to audiences outside the heteronormative "standard" if there really is such a thing, or ever was. Then, two years later in , Grace kicked off a solo Iceman series that further explored Bobby's identity.