I HATE the carnage character, so shallow and uninteresting. I also never liked Venom as a character, but at least I liked the concept of Spidey's Secret War costume being an alien that wanted to bond with him. I think the Spider-Man films have already exhausted what is insteesitng about his villains, do we really want to see The Scorpion, Vulture, or Rhino?
Race is a really odd word to use. My dad I from the Philippines, my mom from the mid west, so I (and my children) are not part of a "race" as you are using it.
However, I can imagine there being issues over the issue foreignness, not necessarily nationality, I bet there are regional cultures/accents from within the US that one or both of my parents would find off putting. Everyone has prejudices that don't surface until thy are confronted.
The complete lack of traffic in True Crime: Street's of LA was weird, and It really didn't feel much like the city I grew up in.
LA Noir did a MUCH better job of making me feel at home, so many of the buildings are still there, although it missed my house by a couple of miles (it existed at that time). Often I would drive to a location based on the address, although just as often the streets were different enough 50 years ago to be confusing (no freeways!). Plus, they fudged the location of the Tar Pits, because their map didn't actually extend that far.