Marvel Confirms Chris Pratt’s Guardians of the Galaxy Character Is Bi

Marvel Comics just confirmed Peter Quill, a.k.a. Star-Lord, is not only bisexual, but polyamourous, in their latest issue!

According to ScreenRant, this new strip is reinventing the character, revealing “that Star-Lord’s Element Guns allowed him to survive the explosion that seemingly killed him” in an earlier comic, “shunting him into a parallel reality where he spends one-hundred and forty-four years adventuring through the Twelve Houses of Morinus, first working with and then entering into a relationship with Aradia and Mors – two blue-skinned humanoids who share his nomadic lifestyle.”

This is where things get interesting…

“Quill turns down the pair’s advances at first. Having been traveling with them for only a year, he’s still hopeful of returning home, explaining that his relationship with teammate Gamora (played by Zoe Saldana in the MCU, where the two have a romantic bond) means that he isn’t able to join them, with Aradia expressing bewilderment at Quill’s conception of monogamy. Twelve years later, in the House of Death and Rebirth, Quill bathes in a ceremonial temple with Aradia and Mors, admitting that at this point, he no longer believes he’ll return to his home reality, saying, “You’re my home,” as the three embrace.”

This is a new shade of Star-Lord’s character and we can only hope it makes its way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. What are the chances we’ll see Chris Pratt making out with guys in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy 3

As Out reports, Elliot Page called out Pratt for attending what they called “infamously anti LGBTQ” organizations in 2019, though Pratt insists he has no problem with gay people. The internet believes it’s very low. Pratt attends Zoe Church, which does not “affirm a gay lifestyle.”

Via Pride

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