Poor black and brown people in the West joined by music and their relation to power.
Jefferson Pierce’s “blackness” is explored in relation to his superheroic identity, but doesn’t get anywhere.
Miles Morales or Trayvon Martin are more likely to be victim of a “heroic” vigilante than to be one.
The generic “human” these robots want to be is a white human.
Rhodey’s armor allows him to literally don the guise of a successful white man, to “pass” in the world of (mostly) white superheroes.
Reed Richards is not so fantastic when it comes to understanding race in America.
Spider-man is Black. Or at least, he could be. . .