What cartoons have Lgbtq characters? Let’s Be Heroes, Castlevania, Big Mouth, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Twelve Forever, Craig of the Creek, Harley Quinn, and Hazbin Hotel. LGBTQ characters also appeared prominently in anime such as Flip Flappers, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Bloom Into You, and Given.

Who was the first transgender comic book character? As of October 2015, Coagula was DC Comics’ first and only transgender superhero, and had not yet been reused or reprinted since its original run; DC’s first transgender superhero on television was Nia Nal (Nicole Maines) who premiered in Supergirl on October 14, 2018.

Is there a transgender superhero? Maines described Nia Nal / Dreamer as having “this ferocious drive to protect people and to fight against discrimination and hatred. She’s the superhero we need right now.” The character is the first transgender superhero on television.

Is Queen Hydra a transgender? Hydra Queen

The Queen and a group of soldiers were lost in the Land Of Nowhere. Now it was said that all of the soldiers were men when they were lost and that the Queen “found out who she was” while trapped in Nowhere. It’s never confirmed directly that she is transgender but merely hinted at.

What cartoons have Lgbtq characters? – Additional Questions

Who made the first superhero?

Created by Lee Falk (USA), the first superhero was The Phantom, who debuted in his own newspaper comic strip on 17 Feb 1936. It recounted the adventures of Kit Walker, who donned a mask and purple outfit to become The Phantom – aka “the ghost who walks”.

Who created Marvel?

Martin Goodman
Marvel Comics / Founder

Martin Goodman was an American publisher of pulp magazines, paperback books, men’s adventure magazines, and comic books, launching the company that would become Marvel Comics.


What are Marvel fans called?

MCU fans” sounds less ambiguous to me.

Who is the oldest Marvel character?

Who was Marvel Comics’ first original character? The first comic book issued by Marvel’s precursor Timely Comics, in October 1939, featured the debut of the characters Human Torch, Sub-Mariner, the Angel, Ka-Zar, and the Masked Raider.

Who was the first Marvel villain?

The first supervillain ever to appear in Marvel Comics was Mole Man in Fantastic Four #1. Mole Man remains an iconic Marvel villain, mostly because he was the first.