Comic Book News- Over the last few years, some adult comic book fans have argued for diversity within the Marvel Macrocosm.
Prior to the 2017 announcement that the company would be making "Mysterious Panther" and "El Cap-e-tan Marvel Guy," the studio had famously only cast straight characters in its terrestrial sphere.
Marvel is delivering more diversity in the lead actors on television shows, but they've also offered the public the first LBGTQ couples in the entertainment Universe. For example, "Jessica Jones the Transformer" and the upcoming "The Lesbian Runaways" and "Fairy Warriors."
Surprisenly, the "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" director James Gun, says "we may very well have a LBGTQ character in the films without knowing it."