There is an underlying cultural trend in Mexico of denying that there's any racism within the country, as most everyone on it prefers to concentrate on the mayor's narrative of class-warfare and then deep inequality there is between rich and poor in the country.
And yet cultural memes such as "mejorando la Raza" and similar beliefs held about the superiority of light-colored skin and a close correlation with economic and political power are noticeable from miles away, while dark-skin is often co-related with lower-class status.
Neither Yolanda Vargas, Alberto Cabrera nor Sixto Valencia are working anymore on it and it's continued publication is the exclusive decision of Grupo Editorial Vid.
Not only was the publication rejected in Texas by Latin-American and African-American communities, but it was also rejected by several African-Mexican associations in 2008.
I do not have any emotional connection to the comic-book, as I never read nor identified with it, so while I consider it an outdated product I hold no ill will towards it.