The socially progressive anime franchise assembles superheroes of just about every classification: gays, blacks, gay blacks. The gay and black Fire Emblem (Kenjiro Tsuda) goes beyond stereotypes to flesh out the bullying and familial rejection that he endured as a child and that remain in his subconscious.
Which is true in that only one character is a gay black man. The rest of the cast is white, except for a Chinese girl. I don't know how progressive the film as other anime and Japanese films have had gay characters in them. The writer might not be accustomed to anime,
The tagline at the top of the story was way too much
A superhero league reorganizes in the fresh 'Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Rising,' which might signal a new wave of political anime.