Gay Bullying Jeopardizes 'Superman' Comic Reboot

DC Comics owns the Superman franchise. Getting a comic book to press takes an artist, inker, color specialist, and writer. For a number of years, homosexuals have turned the venerable art of comic book storytelling into a propaganda crusade to desensitize young readers so they will accept homosexual behavior.

The latest fracas is over writer Orson Scott Card who is primarily known for his science fiction novels Ender's Game (1985) and Speaker for the Dead (1986), both of which won Hugo and Nebula Awards. Ender’s Game is going to be released as a film in November 2013. Card is co-producing the film.

Because of the controversy, artist Chris Sprouse has decided to leave the Superman project. He says it was because the controversy was detracting from the work. While I can’t prove it, I bet it was because the gay lobby put pressure on him to leave.

Card has been blasted by the never ending media machine of the homosexual lobby to get DC to drop him from the Superman reboot. Homosexuals pulled the “bullying” card when they pushed for hate-crime legislation only to use bullying tactics against anyone who disagrees with their choice of sexual practices.

“Fans and retailers called for boycotts of the print comic, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender activist website AllOut.org collected more than 16,000 signatures on an online petition asking DC to drop Card from Adventures of Superman.

Card’s talent as a writer is irrelevant when it comes to issues related to homosexuality. You see, Card opposes homosexual behavior and the legalization of same-sex marriage. He is also a board member of the National Organization for Marriage. These things make him unfit for anything in life, especially when it comes to pop culture projects that impressionable young people read.

Homosexuals are always looking for a way to spread their agenda. They’re like the Borg. “Resistance is futile.” The arts have been the homosexuals’ favorite target.

So far, Card is standing firm, but we can’t say the same for DC. “In a statement released in February, DC said that Card’s ‘personal views’ were not ‘those of the company itself.’” Given the relentless pressure tactics of the Gaystapo, don’t be surprised if Card is replaced.

Keep an eye out on how the film adaptation of Ender’s Game proceeds.

“Summit’s upcoming adaptation of his beloved novel Ender’s Game has already inspired mass anxiety among fans who adore the story but hate to support its author — and according to the Hollywood Reporter, the studio is similarly conflicted over how involved Card should be in the film’s promotion.”

I bet these so-called “fans” are really the social media lobby efforts of the trans-national GLAAD SWAT approach to anti-homosexual views. Homosexual groups troll the internet looking for anybody who steps off the gay plantation. When they find a transgressor, they set the dogs of war on them to drag them back. “Denounce your anti-gay ways or we’ll make your life a living hell.” Most succumb.

It doesn’t mean that the former anti-homosexuals agree with the homosexual agenda. They just want to work. Like prisoners of war who signed documents against their will denouncing the United States, gay offenders are forced to apologize publicly for any anti-gay statement they’ve ever made if they ever want to work again.

Luca Brasi and the band leader come to mind. “Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains or his signature would be on the contract.” Welcome to the new way of doing business in the entertainment business.


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  • Brama

    I'd love to see him engage in a graphic novel that supports traditional values. It's just another example of how having a traditional view, even if it's not part of your actual work, is intolerant to those who claim tolerance. It's only tolerance if you agree with the liberal agenda.

    • http://www.facebook.com/randy.renu.5 Randy Renu

      Excellent. Let's call the character: "Moral Man". Superman's distant cousin.

    • DeMarTheTroll

      Slavery was once a tradition as well. Being a tradition is irrelevant to whether or not something is good. When simply speaking out against something is intolerance, the word loses practically all meaning.

      • Brama

        Unfortunately for DeMarTheTroll, he doesn't know how to read between the lines. Slavery was not a value that everyone with a traditional value excepted. Do I really need to be that specific about what is meant by traditional values? Are you really that ignorant that you would really need that kind of an explanation? Because your reply sure makes it seem that way.

        • DontTreadOnMe11

          Yes, he is that ignorant as are most liberals.

      • Gary Johnson

        YOU are SRIOUSLY MENTALLY SICK!!!

  • Guest

    Superman is full of crap - - - - He needs a kryptonite suppository.

  • fliteking

    Removed.

  • DeMarTheTroll

    Mr. DeMar is the real troll here, pretending that his and OSCs prejudice is the same thing as "morality." Nice try trolls.

  • kenhowes

    So the real question is--what makes the gays so powerful that huge corporations kowtow to them? Corporations routinely ignore Catholics or Evangelicals--groups much larger than the number of gays in the country. No--it has to be either gay control over something that can destroy these corporations or gays in powerful policy-making positions within the corporations.

    • FreetheBirds

      Gays have a compliant Media to support them, and they are willing to be terrorists to get what they want. Kinds like the Muslims who want to exterminate them.

  • tncdel

    Ever since the new owners of the publishing company that prints the comic books made Superman a traitor to America, by having him renounce his U.S. citizenship, I could care less if that mag is rebooted. Let it die.

  • Jeff H

    I hope he realizes that many support him. I have been a comic collector in a big way for over 45 years and I certainly hope DC remains out of the fight regarding gay rights and bringing them into comic culture.

  • FreetheBirds

    I guess that I am going to have to check out Card's books. I like SciFi and mysteries, but it can be hard to find different authors who don't glorify the violence or liberally salt their books with filth. I never was a fan of comic books, but it's a shame that the first franchise has been totally defiled.