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Loki – Marvel
We might as well start this list with the most obvious character: Loki. Loki is known for being bisexual, both in folklore and comics. Marvel Universe recently confirmed Loki as their first bisexual superhero whereas the comics knew long before!
Mystique – Marvel
Mystique is another well-known Marvel character, although fans may not be aware that she is also considered bisexual. For a long time, this was just what fans wanted Canon to be.
Now, basically, that can be considered to be the case. She has a relationship with destiny, secretly married Charles Xavier, and has a son born to Azazel. Really, this is just the beginning for her.
John Constantine – DC
Next on our list is John Constantine. Constantine is from the DC world, and we have no doubt that he is a bisexual character worthy of being included on this list. This fact has also been confirmed by DC, so there is a refreshing nature. We have known for a long time that he is willing to date men and women, this fact has been proven in the character portrayals in comics and Arrowverse (and we hope to see this wherever he appears next).
NohVarr – Marvel
NohVarr, also known as Marvel Boy, is a complicated character, but we know some things about him, for example, he is obviously attractive to both men and women. Over the years, NohVarr has been a member of the Dark Avengers, Youth Avengers, West Coast Avengers, and various other teams. He is known for dating Kate Bishop, and later, expressed some attraction to her current boyfriend (who naturally brought him back).
Prodigy – Marvel
David Alleyne, also known as Prodigy, is another hero that should be included in this list. He was once the leader of the Junior Avengers and joined their other iconic teams in Marvel history. He’s definitely a typical bisexual and we really like him. When he confessed all this to Hu Klin, his admiration, sexual desires and feelings were immediately exposed.
Harper Row – DC
Harper Row is a little known hero, especially if you don’t pay attention to the Batman comics. Her nickname is Blue Bird (you might have guessed it from her hair), and she is another charming double hero heroine.
The only sad thing about Harper being bisexual is that he hardly ever shows up. This means that we don’t have any classic relationships that can be animated, although many people are encouraging them!
Mera – DC
Mera may eventually marry a man, but this does not change the fact that she is another superhero on our list. In comics this is part of her unhidden identity, it is an important part of who she is, even if it has not been stated publicly all the time.
Played by Amber Herd on the big screen, Mera is a lucky woman in the comics. She married the King of Atlantis and shared a kiss with the only Wonder Woman as if fans needed more evidence of her preferences!
Wonder Woman – DC
If you don’t include the very lovely Diana, also known as Wonder Woman, the list of any bisexual superheroes is incomplete. In comics Diana indeed falls in the spectrum, and fans for long have thought Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman as bi, but we don’t have a live-action confirmation. However, when you think about it, it makes perfect sense. Especially considering how and where Diana grew up. Gadot who is well suited for this role, can provide us with another respectable representation of the classic hero.
Valkyrie – Marvel
If you saw the deleted scenes in Thor: Ragnarok, this fact may be more familiar. But there is no doubt that the Valkyrie portrayed by Tessa Thompson is bisexual in comics. Furthermore, the actress too confirmed it. Director Taika Waititi and Thompson wanted to keep her as a bisexual superhero in the MCU however, the scene was left out of the movie. Now fans can’t help but launch her onto new and favourite ships, like the potential ship between her and Captain Marvel.
Wolverine – Marvel
Wolverine and Hercules revealed their love story to the rest of the X-men team, they claimed they were one of the most powerful couples in comics. Talk about that!
Which bisexual superheroes you ship? Let us know in the comments.