James Robinson on “Superman”
In the second part of his interview with Comic Book Resources
, James Robinson talks about “Superman,” a new “Justice Society” project, and the new “Starman” collection. Robinson’s first story arc of “Superman” will feature the Jack Kirby-created character Atlas.
Robinson told CBR:
“…the idea of bringing Atlas into present day and having the Man of Tomorrow meet the Man of the Past is a lot of fun.
“At the same, in terms of Superman’s rogues’ gallery, yes, he has guys that can beat him punch for punch; fist for fist, Doomsday is obviously the prime example. But they all lack any sense of humanity. Atlas is going to have humanity. The way I like to look at him is like in the Marvel Universe, Namor is a hero but he really skates the fine line between being a hero and a villain, but he stays on the side of the hero.
“Atlas, skates that line between hero and villain but he ultimately always falls on the villain side.”
– Matt Price
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