Please reopen this question, which after editing is on topic according to this FAQ item:
- Story Identification
Why did no users, mods, or repliers inform me or edit it?
Bottom line is this. Story identification questions are on topic. However, if there are so few details such that any number of stories could fit that example, they are not allowed. For instance, there once was a user who asked a question saying something to the effect of "I remember watching a movie with a time traveling robot. What is it?". That just doesn't give any clues, and could be interpreted any number of ways.
Your question reads "Please identify a western story,comics or movie which a black or Asian hero/heroine has the positive first role." There are any number of stories, movies, etc which fit that criteria. If you are looking for a specific story, you need to include more details. Things such as when you heard about it, where you were, etc, all clues that you are focusing on a specific story. The question you gave is similar to the Time Traveling Robot, there are just too many examples to make this work.
The best questions on Stack Exchange have answers which can be clearly identified, and require some explaining. Opinion is okay, but there should be a solution.
Some small list type question are allowed, BTW, so long as the list is relatively narrow. Naming every Dr. Who actor would be allowed, for instance, but not a question as generic as this one.
There appears to be a language issue here.
Story identification, as listed in the FAQ, means "I once read/saw a story, but I can't remember what it was called; please someone help me find the title".
What you are asking is "please list any number of stories that meet my criteria".
Please see this meta discussion for more details.
There are 2 relevant parts of the site FAQ in play here. The first is under What kind of questions can I ask here?:
This links to the story-idenfication tag, which has a tag excerpt of:
Questions asking for help identifying a TV series/episode, comic-book issue/story arc, movie, book, or other story.
So these are about questions where a person is looking for one specific story that they cannot recall the title of.
The second FAQ entry is under What about other Science Fiction and Fantasy related questions? which has some examples of questions that are off-topic here:
Questions calling for a list of works, authors, …: What are all the books that have X? Who wrote about topic Y?
This is they type of question you're asking. You're asking for a list of works that have X, where X is a black or Asian hero/heroine protagonist. These sorts of questions lead to an unending list of answers as people add a couple of examples in each answer. This doesn't work on a Q&A site, where each question is expected to have some sort of finite, reasonably-sized answer, and so they are off-topic.