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Topic - Simon Baz
"He's not a perfect character. He's obviously made some mistakes in his life, but that makes him more compelling and relatable," he said. "Hopefully [it's] a compelling character regardless of culture or ethnic background. ... But I think it's great to have an Arab-American superhero. This was an opportunity and a chance to really go for it."
"It doesn't completely define the character, but it shapes the character," he said. "My biggest hope is that people embrace it and understand what we're trying to do."