Ci-dessous, deux pages de Superman #23.1 - Bizarro par Jeff Johnson et Andy Smith:
[quote=“Sholly Fisch”] The story we are doing for the Bizarro one-shot would be really strange for any other character, but it makes perfect sense for Bizarro. The Bizarro one-shot is sort of a story about Bizarro. [Laughs] You will understand that better when you actually read the thing. I believe this issue is coming out first but his full-blown Bizarro-ness will be on display in one of the issues of the “Forever Evil” series.
This is kind of a prequel to that story. Basically, where we’re at when it begins is, Lex Luthor, ever since his first encounter with Superman, has had the idea that it would be great to create his own Superman that would be a perfect Superman, which basically means that he would be a Superman completely under his control. And one that is smarter, stronger and more powerful who is just there to do his bidding. That’s what Lex is trying to do here, but things don’t work out quite the way he was expecting.
Originally, Lex Luthor recreated Professor Potter’s duplication ray so he could try and make a duplicate of Superman. We’re going back to basics in that sense, although there is no duplicating ray. I was given the idea by my editors that Geoff [Johns] was going to be using a specific take on Bizarro in “Forever Evil” and I was asked to create a backstory, but as I said, as is only appropriate for Bizarro, this is sort of Bizarro’s origin story but because if is sort of his origin, I was able to go my own way with a lot of it. [/quote]
[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE SHOLY FISCH[/size]