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You're going to have to excuse my ignorance because as I understand it Latino refers to Latin American heritage while Hispanic is referring back to Spain. I know they're not interchangable but when it comes to comic book characters where names are fictionalized along with their origins...I'll try my best to accomodate without any insult.
Jaime Reyes is from El Paso, Texas the new Blue Beetle is a fun loving character that doesn't fall into the horrible comic book cliche' of ethnic stereotypes. He had a twenty something run in his own series before becoming a member of the Teen Titans. His interactions with Red Devil is the new Booster Gold/Blue Beetle.
The new Question Renee Montoya is a latin American character that was previously a supporting character in Batman. She's Batwoman's "partner." I do enjoy her character because she had to kill her partner to save the world in Final Crisis. Also, she was brilliant in 52.
Now, I thought Hawkgirl was half latin...I could be wrong, you'll have to check me on that one.
Now, Gangbuster might be considered a stereotyped gritty superhero by today's standards but I always thought he was cool. He was like the underworld Guardian of Metropolis.
In Marvel, Echo is latin...she's like the female Taskmaster but a hero. Not sure if she's still alive post Secret Invasion.
Rictor, Calisto, and Empath were latin American mutants.
Firebird of the Avengers...
Of the two large companies, I'd say DC has made bigger strides in promoting latin american characters.