Newsarama:Lois & Clark’s relationship – how important is it to the larger picture of Superman? Obviously, it wasn’t something that was there for the first…what…60 years, but now, it’s an unshakable part of the mythos. For you, how did you tackle the idea of a married Superman? It seems like something where cliché is always knocking at the door…
Kurt Busiek:Does it? I don't really see how it's cliché in a way that, say, the old romantic triangle isn't. I think there's a lot to be had from both setups – and lots and lots of people in the world are married without it being clichés.
I simply assume that Clark and Lois have a strong relationship, and roll from there. I can't see doing stories where Lois bitches about him being Superman – aside from the fact that she knew that when she married him, she approves of it. And I can't see doing jealousy stories – how dumb do you have to be to think Superman – Superman, of all people – could be untrustworthy?
So they love each other and they play off each other nicely – he's all heart, masking a keen brain, she's all brain, masking a warm heart. She's sarcastic, he's earnest. They both don't quit 'til the job's done. They're fun to write.
“If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together.. there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we’re apart.. i’ll always be with you.”—Winnie The Pooh (via ihadaworldofchances)