What do you think the character of Ambrose will mean for queer youth?
Whether it has an overt or subconscious effect, it’ll be a positive one. It’s like when Black Panther came out. I know I rushed to the cinema. I look up to Batman as far as superhero stuff goes, but if Batman were Black, it probably would’ve had a greater subconscious effect on me than him being a white man. Like, “Oh, he’s like me? He looks like me. He feels like me. I can relate to him more.” To have these narratives play out and be written with depth, care, and truth, I’d say it would have that similar kind of effect. — Chance Perdomo