>>112712840>Peter wasn't rich and Aunt May gave it to him.
Peter A was definitely rich as evidenced by his cave, the suit wasn't May's to give, and Miles later claimed he made it himself, why couldn't they just have him make his own? Peter makes his own suit in almost every incarnation, even in the MCU where he gets his main suit from Stark, his proto-suit was more impressive than Miles' bought costume in ITSV.>Black Panther wears black.
Black Panther wears black and is called "Black Panther" because he was based on a real life organization called the Black Panther Party established the same year, and his origin and design were doubly reinforced by basing him in Africa where real (black) panthers are from. Not every dark-skinned hero needs to be "Black Lightning this Black Hawk that", it's just painting them as the non-default flavor of something that's supposedly "the standard" (e.g. there's no White Superman).>Graffiti is a legitimate art form and isn't just about defacing property.
Yet it's the only one that has deep roots in vandalism and is associated with street gangs, so naturally the creative black character will be proficient in it. >A hoodie is a cultural thing to Black Americans, nothing to be ashamed of.
No it's not? Also you don't see Spider-Man wearing a business suit or a polo shirt and khakis over his costume to signal his race.>Shut the fuck up /pol/
I don't see how this is an argument but you can't deny that it's a poorly thought out design choice, black people being criminals is a negative stereotype (and a common /pol/ talking point) and designing a costume where the black character in a black costume is literally red-handed (i.e. caught in the act) is insensitive and almost satirical.