“Jason is a character, on the subject of Jason, I'm extremely interested in. I think there's a ton of potential for him. I know he's a really polarizing figure and for me, too. Personally, I wasn't necessarily expecting him to come back when he did, but I happen to think that series, the Under the Hood series, was really underrated when it did come out, given some of the reactions to it. I was always a fan of how it was handled, in terms of the way it just played on Bruce's emotions. For me, I think Jason has the potential, now moving past the iteration that he's in, of being the character who's sort the Batman with the gun or the Batman who's willing to kill and I think there's a lot of possibilities for him, in different ways. I have all of these ideas for Jason that I'd love to use. I don't have any immediate plans, but he's a character I'd really like to write at some point and have some ideas for him. ”—
Detective Comics writer Scott Snyder talks about Jason in an interview with Multiversity Comics.
(And a big, big YES, PLEASE???!)
“For me, writing characters is all about finding a voice. A person’s voice is a combination of what they say and how they say it. To find out what a character would say, you have to climb inside their head. What are they afraid of? What are they trying to hide? Where do they keep their pride? Who is the most important person in their life? What do they want? Who do they hate? ”—
Wise words spoken from a man who is currently writing one of my favorite books at Marvel: Avengers Arena.