As Superman comes out as bisexual, he joins these LGBTQ+ comic characters
Ruby Rose played the role of Kate Kane/Batwoman, an openly lesbian character, in the CW series Batwoman. Rose's replacement Wallis Day is portrayed as bisexual.
In the comics, Larry Trainor/ Negative Man is a heterosexual man, but the Doom Patrol television series reimagined him as gay
Pashos from the upcoming movie 'Eternals' movie will be the first openly gay superhero in MCU
Deadpool played by Ryan Reynolds is a pansexual superhero, with his co-creator Fabian Nicieza saying that the superhero is 'No sex and all sexes' at the same time
'Loki' show director confirmed that the titular character was bisexual, making Loki the first queer lead character in MCU
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy’s relationship became much more than a friendship as the two shared their first on the 2013 issue of Harley Quinn #25