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DC Comics employees reached out to the LAPD for protection after receiving death threats from Superman fans.

Last month, DC Comics announced the new Superman, Jon Kent was bisexual in celebration of National Coming Out Day.

Jon Kent, Clark Kent/Superman's son with Lois Lane, falls in love with a twink newspaper reporter in the November 9 issue of the comic book series "Superman: Son of Kal-El."

While many in the LGBT+ community celebrated the news, some Superman fans were unhappy, according to the New York Daily News.

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Actor Dean Cain, who played Clark Kent in the 1990s TV series "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" was offended.

During an appearance on "Fox & Friends First" last month, Cain said bisexual Superman was neither "bold or brave".

"If they had done this 20 years ago, perhaps that would be bold or brave. But brave would be having him fight for the rights of gay people in Iran where they'll throw you off a building for the offense of being gay."

On Tuesday, TMZ reported that LAPD officers patrolled outside the homes of some DC Comics employees who worked on the new comic series.

The LAPD said no one followed through on the death threats and the case is considered resolved.

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Batman's famed sidekick Robin came out as bisexual in a new issue of comic series "Batman: Urban Legends."

Robin comes out as bisexual in the sixth issue of the series, which came out on Tuesday, Variety.com reports.

The new issue shows Tim Drake agreeing to go out on a date with a man. Tim is the third character to wear Robin's tights in DC Comics history.

Robin was historically written as a heterosexual man in the comic book series and in the 1960s live-action television series, starring Adam West as Bruce Wayne/Batman and Burt Ward as Dick Grayson/Robin.

In the new DC comic, Tim Drake (Robin) visits the home of Bernard Dowd, an old friend he previously met for dinner.

Tim struggles to tell Bernard he developed feelings for him after that dinner.

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"I'm really glad you got home okay. I've been doing a lot of thinking, about that night, and I — I don't know what it meant to me. Not yet. But I'd like to figure it out," Tim says about their dinner.

Bernard responds, "I was hoping you would. Tim Drake... do you want to go on a date with me?."

Yeah, Yeah, I think I want that," Tim replies.

The LGBT+ community expressed its gratitude to the DC Comic writers.

They hope the new comic book will make it easier for boys to come out to their male friends.

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Johnny Gill Opens Up About His Sexuality

Johnny Gill R&B crooner Johnny Gill was featured on last night's edition of TV One's acclaimed music series 'Unsung'.

One of the subjects that viewers tuned in to hear Gill discuss were the rampant bisexual rumors that have dogged him over the years.

Gill, 46, who dated R&B singer Stacey Lattisaw when he was 15-years-old, seemed conflicted when talking about the persistent gay rumors.

On the one hand he says he has "compassion" for homosexuals, but on the other hand, he says, "it just doesn't feel good."

"If I could tell you why I sure would have by now … at this point in time I would have been able to cure that issue … to get rid of that issue," he explained.

"I took (sic) for the life of me never, never understood where it came from, why it lasted as it's lasted."

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