This past weekend, Comicbook.com covered Fandomfest in Louisville, Kentucky, where we reported on Stan Lee's reaction to a question about Andrew Garfield's idea to make Spider-Man bisexual. Stan Lee said, "He's becoming bisexual? Really? Who have you been talking to? I don't know…seriously I don't know anything about that. And if it's true, I'm going to make a couple of phone calls. I figure one sex is enough for anybody." In an interview yesterday with WGN radio, Stan Lee was once again asked about Andrew Garfield's comments. The radio host asked, "There's one thing that happened recently, and I think this is one thing that makes you a little bit mad. Andrew Garfield suggested that maybe MJ could be a man. Was that out of left field?" Stan Lee replied, "Boy, that was so out of left field! I don't understand why he said that, and one of the quotes I gave, he wanted to talk about I think Spider-Man being bisexual, and my only comment was I thought one sex at a time ought to be enough for anybody." When asked where he thought Andrew Garfield's comments came from or if he was just trying to include another audience, Stan Lee said, "Or maybe sometimes you say something just to be noticed or to create a controversy, who knows? But he's a great guy and he's a fine actor, and I hope this doesn't hurt him in any way." When the host asked about gay superheroes like Northstar from Alpha Flight, Stan Lee replied, "You know something, I'm really not that familiar with him, but he may very well might be. We had a character years ago who might have been gay. We had something called Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos, and we had a character called Percy Pinkerton, one of the commandos, who was great, but he was a little bit less tough than the other guys, but we didn't make an issue of it. We didn't call him gay, he was just there."