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Review: ACTION COMICS #1021 Is Luthor’s Endgame

ACTION COMICS #1021, available from DC Comics on March 25th, showcases the final defeat of the Justice League at the hands of the Legion...

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...

DC Comics Preview: SUPERMAN VILLAINS #1

Superman Villains #1 hits your local comic shop next week, but DC Comics dropped a preview for Monkeys Fighting Robots to share. The book...

The Steel Age Of Comics: Renaming And Predicting The Modern Ages

The Steel Age of Comics is a working title for the comic books that came out between 2011 and 2026. But where is this...

How THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Book Could Be

Prior to the Winter of '92, comics in print were largely relegated to darkly lit comics shops or the poorly-maintained spinner rack in a...

Review: Clark Is Branded A Political Opportunist In SUPERMAN #20

Clark Kent’s life as a reporter/superhero has become more intertwined than ever since revealing his identity to the public. Within the pages of SUPERMAN...

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...

JUSTICE LEAGUE #39 Shows Us Why The World Still Needs Superheroes

We still need superheroes, especially when things look pretty bleak.