“[T]hey’re making ‘Lobo’ right now,” offered JDM, “That would be cool. ‘Lobo’ would be very cool. I don’t think that I’m as big as Lobo is, but if you could, like, transplant Mickey Rourke’s body on my head, that would be just great.”
The comic book character, re-developed in the early ’90s, is that of an intergalactic bounty hunter and hard-drinking biker. Designed as somewhat of an over-the-top parody of his violent anti-hero contemporaries, Lobo has become a popular mainstay of the DC Universe, appearing outside of comics in “Superman: The Animated Series” and “Justice League,” as well as in his own animated web-series.
“You’re always looking for material that’s kind of smart and fun and this seems to be where it is right now,” says the actor in regards to his interest in so many comic book properties, “The studios are really gravitating towards it, more than I’ve ever seen them gravitate towards anything in a long time. Comic books are really the thing right now and I don’t see that going away for at least the next couple of years.”
“I do have an in,” he admits, “I’ll be elbowing somebody soon.”
Source: Silas Lesnick