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DC Comics Teases New Transgender Superhero

'Trans, but not super into the binary... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) DC Comics has created a new transgender superhero whose strip, titled “Lazarus Planet: Dark Fate,” will be released this Valentine’s Day despite plummeting sales in the midst of their hard Left turn, Fox News reported.

The transgender hero, called “Circuit Breaker,” has an alter ego by the name of Jules Jourdain, who has been described as “non-binary,” going by the pronouns “he/they.”

The official synopsis for the comic did not mention the transgenderism, but instead only outlined the premise of the new “hero’s” story.

“NEW THREATS WILL RISE! When the Lazarus storm touches down, people from every walk of life stand to be affected. People who are kind, people who are good…and people who are evil. This epic issue will spotlight the…disastrous new villains created by the Lazarus event and the heroes who stand ready to stop them from doing harm…”

DC Comics editor Andre Shea credited Kaplan for “breath[ing] life into Jules Jourdain’s first adventure this February, in which our new hero is blessed (or cursed?) with the dreaded Still Force during Lazarus Planet: Dark Fate.”

Cartoonist Alan Kaplan described his new character as “Trans, but not super into the binary,” while Shea called the new superhero “the prettiest and most fabulous cowboy.”

Although DC Comics’s shameless LGBT virtue-signaling has been widely rebuffed by audiences, the iconic media company continues to double-down.

Last month, for example, the Joker became the latest character to be added to the LGBT spectrum by getting pregnant and giving birth.

“What they are, as the story goes, is going to sort of change and evolve—but they’re very strange backup stories is what I can say,” writer Matthew Rosenberg said of his pregnant Joker story. “They’re funny and weird, and they tonally feel very different from what we’re doing.”

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