The BOOM! Studios four-issue miniseries will relaunch with a new issue #1 later in the year.
The title focuses on the spouses of superhero team the Meta Legion, who have relocated to a housing development.
"I have two action figures on my shelf: Alfred Pennyworth and Jim Gordon from the DC Direct 'Hush' line," Randolph told Comic Book Resources.
"Like a lot of readers, I've always been drawn to the supporting cast in superhero comics, but I find they don't get a lot of time in the spotlight. I think Gotham Central was the only mainstream comic to truly focus on the 'real' characters that inhabit these universes - and it was a great comic!
"Supurbia is all about twisting... tropes and archetypes," Randolph continued. "I see a lot mainstream characters stuck in a corner these days, like a wind-up toy with nowhere to go yet they can't change direction. And I understand that because these are big companies that have to maintain brands that bring in huge amounts of money. But in Supurbia, I can tear down walls and take risks.
"So of course, you're supposed to recognise these archetypes at first glance, but then the fun comes in watching them change before your eyes. As the series continues, you'll see the superheroes of Supurbia deviate more and more from what inspired them and - hopefully readers will agree - reach new levels of potential."
Supurbia #2 is out now.
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