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Marvel’s First LGBTQ Movie Superhero:A New Phase Of Representation In The Series

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Marvel’s first LGBTQ Wedding in The Eternals is in the way of gathering news about ” The first LGBTQ hero”. On it’s way of producing such great hits, it took nearly a decade for Marvel studio to get on the idea of thinking on such a diverse matter.

The same concept was introduces at the time of producing and making of Black Panther. Last year broke out a new ground for black covered representation.

From then onwards, the boss of MCU Kevin Feige said in the latest interview that the fantastic female character in The Eternals are doing to create a historical event by signing an LGBTQ hero to the company and will be going to join Valkyrie in Thor: Love and Thunder.

The close encounters between Karolina and Nico takes out something respectful and genuine reasons and also expanding theirs sexually without giving more as to people.

On the other side it is quite noticeable that Marvel is going to portrays gay marriage in any condition, rumours suggests. This shows that the central relationship is taking it to another level, pointing out Karolina wants to marry Nico.

For the LGBTQ viewers, this precious and auspicious moment takes on with respect. Now it has become even much more hard time for LGBTQ people to remain shut of the  Hollywood comic books that ruled out the box office for many years.

In the latest interview with Victoria Alonso, she concludes that “the world is ready” for an LGBTQ+ superhero in the upcoming MCU. The Eternals are a fictional evolutionary, created by the Celestials over a million years ago, the superpowered which was the result of genetic experiments that led to the creation of two divergent races among the Eternals and Deviants.

Marvel’s LGBT roots were also find back as although Valkyrie may now claim the title of the first LGBTQ superhero in MCU history, Marvel Comics has a few prominent LGBTQ characters in its lineup as well.

The most famous is the X-Men franchise’s NorthStar, who is considered the first openly gay comic book superhero in the company which was included in the lineup.

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