[My Apologies for not categorizing these further, but the overlapping topics here are: Superhero Comics and Racism, Regressive Storytelling, "Minorities and Matchboxes", Ryan Choi, Legacies and Characters of Colour. Note this post has been edited to have new links foldes into it]
The Racial Politics of Regressive Storytelling
Brightest Day and Racism
Why Does This Insanely Racist Thing Happen in Spider-Man: Fever?
Much ado about regression
Race and superheroes: touching fanboy politics' third rail
Avenging the Week, Pt. 4 - Rookie Season
Race and the Legacy Character
The Exit Interview: When Disgruntled Creators Speak Their Mind
Titans: Villains for Hire #1
Tribute for *fairly recent spoiler*
So Ryan Choi Was Killed Off This Week In a Titans Comic
That’s mighty white of ya
Wallace Responds to Hero's Death in "Titans: Villains for Hire"
Comic Rant: A Letter To Dan Didio
This Month in Asian Americans in Comics
It IS Pretty Funny How That Sims' "Racial Regression" Thing Worked Out...
Race + Comic-Book Notes, Part 1: Comics Alliance Speaks Up
How Marvel and DC Pissed Off Comic Fans Yesterday
In Brightest Day, In Blackest Night
Ol' Blue-Eyes Is Back: Race And The Return Of The Retro Superhero
In Case You'd Not Noticed
The New Apartheid Of DC Comics? by Ryan Mullenix
Counterweight: It's What's Missing That Matters
Hey, wait a minute, this day isn't all that bright at all!
Can someone look up 'New' in the dictionary? Or, you know, 'Apartheid'?
Stop with the Racism finger pointing.
Geoff Johns, you blockhead!
What I liked and what I hated in DC Comics this week
Non-white people in refrigerators?
DC’s Legacy Heroes: Who’s Regressing Next?
r.i.p. ryan choi, aka the atom
R.I.P. Ryan Choi (The All New Atom)
UPDATE: review/RANT: Titans: Villians For Hire Special