You know things have gone wrong when a superhero comic from 20 years ago does a better job at confronting racism and faith-issues with nuance and skill than most superhero comics today. I mean, what the fuck. I was particularly tickled with Lin Koo's biting comment. So fucking true, and goddamn if that stereotype still doesn't damn well persist. The only thing I found questionable was "Good Boy". I mean, yes, something that a mother figure might say to a child, especially in encouragement...but the racial history involved makes me wish that Perez had found another way to phrase that line.