DC Comics to introduce powerful new trans and non-binary superhero Circuit Breaker
A powerful trans and non-binary superhero named Circuit Breaker is set to make their DC Comics debut on Valentine’s Day.
Circuit Breaker, whose real name is Jules Jordain, will use the pronouns he/they – a confirmation of the hero’s trans identity.
Designer AL Kaplan confirmed Circuit Breaker will make their comic debut in Lazarus Planet: Dark Fate, with the first volume being released on the 14 February.
According to comic designers, Circuit Breaker is set to wield the “Still Force” – the mirror opposite to the “Speed Force” used by the Flash. Set to have a run-in with the classic hero himself, fans can expect a queer superhero adventure of the highest calibre.
The character’s announcement has already seen fans creating their own interpretation of the LGBTQ+ hero, with DC Comic editor Andrea Shea saying they were “freaking out”.
DC Comics took to Twitter saying: “Slow down and take a look, DC Fans! A new DC Super Hero, Circuit Breaker, debuts in LAZARUS PLANET: DARK FATE on February 14!”
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