Clark Kent, a reporter for the mild-mannered newspaper, ducked into a phone booth to become Superman, the “Man of Steel” who jumped to the same height.
According to the human rights campaign, John Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Louis Lane, and his father’s superhero successor appeared as Abelangi on Monday, the 33rd National Day.
Little Kent didn’t leave a phone booth or a closet لیکن but in his example, in his red and yellow “S” suit, the character Jay Nakamura, a teenager with “special abilities” The newborn is called a journalist. ”
Comedian Tom Taylor noted on Twitter, “I’ve always said that everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in their hero.” “Today, the strongest superhero on Earth has emerged, Superman Abelingi.”
Mr Taylor linked the New York Times to an interview in which he said “the idea of replacing Clark Kent with another straight white savior felt like a missed opportunity.”
The newspaper report indicates that the new comedy will hit stores this month.
Twitter’s response to Mr Taylor’s message was positive, with two-time Long Beach, California mayor Robert Garcia saying, “Tom, this is literally my screen on my nytimes app. Great.”
Mr Taylor wrote in response to the Democrat politician, “Chairs, comrades!”
Tom, this is literally my screen. – Sometimes App
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– RoBOOert “Garcia” (ober Robert Garcia) October 11, 2021.