There now follows a spoiler for Justice League, recently released by Warner Bros. If you are intending to see the film and care about this sort of thing, you can stop reading now.
Because at the end of the film, when the day has been saved and heroic deeds have been done, the CGI-realised character of Cyborg looks up and out, saying the word "Booyah". Defined as an impudent exclamation similar to "in your face" and popularised by sports commentator Stuart Scott.
The character got into the habit of saying the word in the Teen Titans comics and cartoons.
But like Luke Cage's "Sweet Christmas" it had fallen out of use, or used in a retro or self-mocking fashion, such as in Metal #1.
Or in his DC Comics Rebirth reappearance.
It got a slight laugh. Some people liked it. But some people really, really didn't.
When Cyborg said "booyah" in Justice League I thought to myself "No Black people were involved in the final editing of this film."
— Andre Cole (@andrecole) December 2, 2017
Well, Joe Illidge, Editor-In-Chief of the diverse superhero shared universe line Catalyst Prime for Lion Forge, has made this commitment to readers and creators alike. He says:
If you want to check for yourself, Catalyst Prime: Noble #7 by Brandon Thomas and Roger Robinson with a cover by Khary Randolph, is published this coming Wednesday, so you can check for yourself if you like. Guaranteed 100% Booyah-free.