Reread the first issue. Power girl and Mr. T's friend talk about race and the fact that Mr. T is dating a white woman. Also, Mr. T. makes a joke about his race in the context of perceived racism. Blackness shows up in later issues as well. if it were written better like the 1993 Static series, it wouldn't have bothered me as much.
I did a search for the figures and couldn't find them again.
Cable became popular when the only mecahnial part of his face was his eye (or is it just psychic?). His half-face is a recent development due to his death and will be retconned--believe me.
Spawn and Deadpool wear full face masks. What's your point? If Cyborg could hide his face plate then it wouldn't be as big of a deal. Look at Swamp Thing or Hulk. Both have monstrous appearances but can become normal looking. It silly that Cyborg can't--especially with Metallo running around.
Not racist just racially insensitive And you don't need to agree with my hypothesis. I don't care. Just like I don't care if some people believe in creationism or fairies. You won't see what you don't want to see. You can stick your head in the dirt again.
I'll have to go back and check it out.
That doesn't change the fact that what you find as 'racially insensitive' is based on your opinion where as the belief in creationism and fairies belies an argument of facts, of which you have none that Cyborg is a racially insensitive character.
But in your terms; You see what you want to see I guess, just like the people who believe the moon landing was faked or that there was a second shooter was on the grassy knoll. Some people just need something to shake their fist at I guess.