DC Entertainment's chief creative officer has discussed the problems with bringing the Man of Tomorrow into the gaming world.
"I think all games come down to gameplay and the right studio," he told Kotaku.
"I'm sure the right studio could crack it. Rocksteady has a real passion for Batman, and I think that's why they make a great game.
"We talk about it a lot, about how flipping up robots for four hours would get old," he added in reference to previous Superman games.
Johns has written various Superman-related titles in recent years, and is currently tackling the character in Justice League.
Rocksteady produced the acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum and last year's sequel, Arkham City.
Superman: Man of Steel, starring Henry Cavill in the title role, will be released in cinemas in June 2013.