I wonder how many Black boys were/are influenced by the White superhero narrative that predominately portrayed Blacks as mere sidekicks and/or virtually powerless heroes, which probably led many Black boys to revere fictitious White superheroes more than the heroism of real, flesh and blood Black men, such as David Walker, Fredrick Douglass, Martin Luther King, Jr., W. E. B. DuBois, Carter G. Woodson, Malcolm X? Could there also be a current correlation between Black (Reformed) men looking up and deferring almost always to White (Reformed) theologians/heroes?