In the post, Bryan recounts his experiences as a gay kid and how that helped lead him towards developing his own Sci-Fi graphical novel Indigo Dax and future board game, whose main character is a gay superhero. The character’s experiences sound like they may help straight men and women have more empathy for life as a gay person today.
In my opinion, at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if you’re straight, bi, gay, TS, whatever…it’s about the impact you have on society and the people around you. From the trailer for the novel it looks like it sends that message, and the fact the main character is gay is not the main point, but rather his efforts to combat evil and deal with the emotions of being separated from his loved ones far in the future.
I’m sure we will be seeing more stories with gay superheroes.
Here’s the trailer for Indigo Dax – the graphic novel…
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