Graphic novels portray bicultural America -- a new booklist for me to read. Gene Luen Yang and (American Born Chinese; MacArthur fellow; National Ambassador for Young People's Literature) Dan Santat (Caldecott Medalist for Beekle) are quoted in it, and every single book looks like I'd enjoy learning about those characters.
Reading Without Walls challenge: 1) read about someone who doesn't look or live like the reader, 2) read a book about an unfamiliar topic, 3) read a book in an unfamiliar format.
All this is sourced from his reddit AMA in which he also mentioned he'd love to do a Wonder Twins reboot where the twins weren't aliens, just Asian-Americans who pretend to be aliens in order to be accepted.
Tangentially, there is a NY Times video hashtagged ThisIs2016 about systemic racism. It makes me sad, and not just because I've received compliments on my English.
Not too big a stretch to think that the Wonder Twins would be more easily accepted as aliens than as Asian-Americans.