Thanks to Revelator, now I'm wondering who the first non-white superhero introduced in a comic book was. And by non-white, I don't mean alien, Atlantean or robot (although mutants and metahumans are okay), I mean a human being born on Earth and/or concieved by two human Earthlings that belongs to a non-caucasian ethnic group (black, Asian, whatever). And by superhero I mean anyone who puts on a costume or uniform (usually with some kind of symbol or theme) with either powers or extraordinary skills (fighting and whatnot) that uses their ability to help those in need, protect innocents, and punish wrongdoers. I always thought Black Panther was the first (he predates Black Lightning, right?), but thanks to Revelator's thread, I'm wondering if it was Crimson Avenger's sidekick, Wing.