In THE OLD GUARD: FORCE MULTIPLIED #5: Andy escapes a watery grave by the skin of her teeth, Noriko attempts to subvert Nile and the boys make up and go free Booker. But wait, there’s existential angst and all sorts of stuff you’ll have to read about in this Major Spoilers review!
Browsing: Greg Rucka
The final issue of Lois Lane arrives this week from Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins.
The braid begins to unravel as Lois, Renee Montoya, Midnight, and Sister Clarice all come together in this week’s Lois Lane #11 from DC Comics.
It’s that time of the week again, where we try to introduce fans of a multitude of different things to the world of comics in a feature we like to call “So You Want To Read Comics”. Last week we looked at comics for people who like the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So for the sake of fairness, this week we’re looking at comics for people who like DC’s attempt at a shared cinematic universe known as the DC Extended Universe, or DCEU.
In THE OLD GUARD – FORCE MULTIPLIED #4 from Image Comics, former lovers Andromache and Norika renew acquaintances, while Copely justifies his exposure of the immortals to two of them, Nicky and Joe. And Nile, a newly minted immortal, struggles to come to terms with her ‘gift.’ Who will win and who will (sort of) die? Find out in your latest Major Spoilers review!
DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Lois Lane #9 from artist Mike Perkins and writer Greg Rucka.
It’s a big anniversary for the Amazing Amazon and another new beginning for DC! Your Major Spoilers review of Wonder Woman #750 from DC Comics awaits!
DC Comics sent us this first look at Superman: Villains #1, a new one-shot that arrives in February 2020.
DC Comics has released an early preview of Lois Lane #8, which features the title character meets the Kiss of Death.
What happens when you are immortal and are forced to watch the world progress around you? What do you do to pass the time when you have seen warfare go from spears to guns? These questions are answered in The Old Guard: Force Multiplied #1 by Image Comics!
DC Comics has released a first look at some of the interior pages for the upcoming Wonder Woman #750, that features the story and artwork from what seems like thousands of writers and artists.
Lois Lane is not a superhero. But she may as well be, given her ability to navigate through tremendous difficulties in a superheroic world. Take the jump for our review of Lois Lane #6 from DC Comics.
Lois is ready to really kick her investigation into gear, but first she needs to handle a new set of problems once a certain big blue boyscout comes to town. Elsewhere, Renee Montoya comes face to face(?) with someone she least expected. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!