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LOIS LANE #12: Does It Fizzle or Does It Bang? A Little of Both

Does DC Comics' Lois Lane #12 end this stellar series with a fizzle or a bang? Well, it's not quite that simple. Writer...

REVIEW: LOIS LANE #11: The Hardboiled Crime Drama Is Concluding

DC Comics' Lois Lane #11 is the penultimate chapter in a stellar series. Written by Greg Rucka, with art by Mike Perkins, Colors by Andy...

REVIEW: LOIS LANE #10 Gets Big and Multiversal, But Stays Grounded

Lois Lane #10, written by Greg Rucka, with art by Mike Perkins, colors by Andy Troy, and lettering by Simon Bowland, makes some massive...

SUPERMAN #21 Balances Space Fights with Office Politics

Brian Michael Bendis is making his case with each new issue of Superman for Clark Kent's reveal. In Superman #21, written by Bendis, pencilled...

LOIS LANE #9 is Everything That Makes This Series So Brilliant

Written by Greg Rucka, with art by Mike Perkins, colors by Andy Troy and letters by Simon Bowland, Lois Lane #9 is an unassuming masterpiece. In...

LOIS LANE #8 Reminds Us Lois Can Handle Her Own

DC Comics' Lois Lane #8, written by Greg Rucka, with art by Mike Perkins, colors by Gabe Eltaeb and letters by Simon Bowland, gets...

LOIS LANE #7, Another Brilliant Chapter in the LOIS LANE Series

Lois Lane #7, written by Greg Rucka, art by Mike Perkins, colors by Gabe Eltaeb and letters by Simon Bowland, is just another chapter...

Review: The End is Nigh in DCEASED #6

This is it. The fate of the Earth—and the universe at large—comes down to the actions of our heroes in DCeased #6, out this...

Review: TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN #1 And The Problem Of Evil

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN #1, available in comic book stores Wednesday, October 30th, is a tale of a dystopian...